Concrete Award 2017

18 September 2017

In 2017, the Concrete Association will again organize the 20th edition of the Concrete Award. Time to look back!

The first Concrete Prize was awarded during the Betondag 1979. Over the years, the Concrete Prize has become a prestigious award for all involved in the construction process: clients, architects, structural engineers, contractors, suppliers and other stakeholders. The plaque belonging to the prize was not a visible and prominent place in the structural engineer world.

This year, Pieters once again submitted several projects for the Concrete Prize. We include the Radartoren TAR west of Schiphol, the parking garage Sint Jan in Den Bosch, the fire alarms Anton in Amsterdam and the Verkenner in Utrecht. In addition, the ultra-thin Catharine bridge at Delft, the UHSB balconies and the amazing spiral stages. All beautiful projects made possible by the collaboration with HI-Con and Bruil.

And finally, the beautiful education project Victor J. Koningsbergergebouw in Utrecht. The most eye-catching part of the building is the spectacular atrium at the full height, in which the large work-mounted concrete stabilization cross (clean work) of 35 by 25 meters is an image-determining element. This cross is made with wall boxes.

It is now up to the jury to determine which of the projects submitted in the different categories will win the 2017 Concrete Prize.

Picture St.-Jan parking garage: Luuk Kramer

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