22nd Annual Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards

The Louisiana Chapter of the American Concrete Institute is pleased to announce its 22nd Annual Excellence in Concrete Awards Competition. These Awards recognize and honor creative, innovative and aesthetic uses of concrete and concrete products in new construction projects completed between November 1, 2018 and October 31, 2019 in the State of Louisiana. 

Award recipients will be recognized at the ACI Louisiana’s Excellence in Concrete Awards Banquet on February 8, 2020. 


American Concrete Institute Louisiana Chapter

The American Concrete Institute, Louisiana Chapter hosted our 21st Annual Awards Competition on January 18, 2019. These Awards recognize and honor creative, innovative and aesthetic uses of concrete and concrete masonry products in new construction project completed between November 1, 2017 and October 31, 2018 in the state of Louisiana. We would like to thank the companies who submitted projects for this awards competition.

The 2018 Awards Competition has concluded and we are proud to announce that the Best Overall Concrete Award was awarded to: 

Permanent canal closures and pumps

Submitted by Intertek-PSI

All projects receiving awards are published in the ACI LA Chapter Awards Program Banquet Book. The Program Banquet Book also contains a directory of the current ACI Louisiana Chapter Members.


We would also like to thank all of the companies that provided sponsorships for this banquet and program booklet.  We would not be as successful a chapter without the sponsorship from these great companies.



Pictures and Info of Past Winners

2018 Best Concrete Award Project Recipient - Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps


Permanent Canal Closures and Pumps





South Market District - The Standard



MacArthur Interchange Completion Project



CenturyLink Technology Center of Excellence and Parking Garage



Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame


2nd Place Award for 2015 ACI Excellence Awards – Low Rise Buildings
(ACI International Award)

  • Location: Natchitoches, Louisiana

  • Owner: LA State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame

  • Architect: Trahan Architects

  • Engineer: LBYD Civil and Structural Engineers

  • General Contractor: VCC

  • Concrete Supplier: Advanced Architectural Stone

  • Conc. Panel Geometry: CASE Design, Inc.


Inner Harbor Navigational Canal Surge Barrier



Planters Pumping Station Frontal Protection



Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Concourse D Expansion



930 Poydras



Kenner Chain Wall



Chevron North Park Office Building



Lakeside Shopping Center Parking Garage No. 3


  • Location: Metairie, LA


Erato Street Cruise Terminal Complex


Location: New Orleans, LA