European Concrete Societies Network

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THE WINNERS OF THE EUROPEAN CONCRETE AWARD 2016 ARE FIXED!

2016 again is a strong year for concrete as building material and the concrete award. The ECSN’s call for the submission of attractive projects both in buildings and civil engineering resulted in 21 submissions – 13 for the building category and 8 for the civil engineering category. The participants this year came from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Their projects were evaluated against a set of criterias by an international ECSN jury consisting of members from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Norway and the United Kingdom. Among those criteria are: design, construction, visual appearance and harmony of the structure with its surroundings, properties of concrete exploited in the design, innovative use of concrete in composition, structure or form, workmanship and finish.

The prizes will be handed out at the Italian Concrete Days 2016 on the 28th of october in Rome, to the representatives of owner, architect- and engineering offices and the contractors of the winner projects, which met these criterias best.

more about the Concrete Award 2016

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EUROPEAN CONCRETE AWARD 2014 WENT TO NORWAY AND AUSTRIA

34 projects were evaluated against a set of criteria by an international jury. Among those criteria are: design, construction, visual appearance and harmony of the structure with its surroundings, properties of concrete exploited in the design, innovative use of concrete in composition, structure or form, workmanship and finish.

Representatives of the owners, architects and contractors of the submitted projects came to Vienna to receive the award.

Download the EUROPEAN CONCRETE AWARD brochure

Official Press Release - European Concrete Award 2014

European Concrete Societies Network

The object of the network is to encourage coorperation between the members and thereby promote the development of concrete technology and use of concrete in Europe. The network will not interfere with the work of individual societies and other international organisations.

The Secretariat is managed by Austria www.bautechnik.pro.

The participating countries are:

AustriaBelgiumCzech RepublikFinlandGermanyIrelandItalyNetherlandsNorwaySwedenUnited Kingdom
AustriaBelgiumCzech RepublikFinlandGermanyIrelandItalyNetherlandsNorwaySwedenUnited Kingdom