SKOKIE, Ill. – The Portland Cement Association (PCA) has announced the ten recipients of the inaugural 2016 Resilience Leadership Awards.
The Resilience Leadership Awards recognize the individuals, organizations, and projects that have advocated, communicated, and showcased the benefits of durable construction and the importance of concrete in achieving resilience. Resilience Leadership Award winners practice their message in a variety of arenas, including education, community organization, construction and code enhancement.
The inaugural award program coincides with PCA’s Centennial Anniversary, which will be celebrated throughout 2016.
This year’s awardees are:
Category: Individual Achievement, Winner: Dr. Ernst Kiesling
Category: Community Leadership, Winner: Cate Hart and Daniel Wallach
Category: New Public Buildings, Winner: Warren County Public Schools
Category: New Commercial Building, Winner: North Central College
Category: New Multifamily Building, Winner: Palermo Vista (Fleet Financial/Oakwood Construction and Development)
Category: New Residential Building, Gold Level, Winner: John Hoffman
Category: New Residential Building, Silver Level, Winner: Greenhill Contracting
Category: New Residential Building, Silver Level, Winner: Marie Quakenbush
Category: New Safe Room Construction: Boy Scouts of America, Heart of America Council (H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation)
PCA has been a widely-recognized authority on the technology, economics, and applications of cement and concrete for 100 years. Representing America's cement manufacturers, PCA is a vocal advocate for sustainability, economic growth, sound infrastructure investment, and overall innovation and excellence in construction. More information on PCA is available at www.cement.org.