Awards

07Sep 2016

Purpose: To recognize state DOT Departments and leaders which have demonstrated creative and innovative accomplishments through projects that have been designed utilizing precast concrete pipe or boxes. Promote public awareness of the activities and contributions of state DOTs and the ACPA and its members. Eligibility: Any state DOT may enter this Award Program. State DOT’s and […]

16Aug 2016

DelDOT Program to Replace Corrugated Metal Pipes with RCP Alternative By Jason Hastings, Bridge Design Engineer Delaware Department of Transportation Since the early 2000s, the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) has been focused on replacing aging and corroding corrugated metal pipe culverts throughout the state. DelDOT defines a state-length bridge as a structure with a hydraulic opening […]

05Apr 2016

Richard E. Barnes Award George Hand, Oldcastle Precast This award is the highest recognition of support and service to the industry presented to an individual for lifetime achievement.   Mel C. Marshall Award Jake Jyrkama, Rinker Materials – Concrete Pipe Division CEMEX The award recognizes contributions to manufacturing and quality.   Richard C. Longfellow Award […]

11Jun 2015

Purpose: To recognize state DOT Departments and leaders which have demonstrated creative and innovative accomplishments through projects that have been designed utilizing precast concrete pipe or boxes. Promote public awareness of the activities and contributions of state DOTs and the ACPA and its members. Eligibility: Any state DOT may enter this Award Program. State DOT’s and […]

25Mar 2015

Every Minute Counts: Accelerated Bridge Construction in the Fast Lane By Jim Washabaugh, Sales Manager Northern Concrete Pipe Inc. The new precast concrete box culvert/bridge on Michigan’s M-142 over Phillip Drain exemplifies Accelerated Precast Construction (APC) to quickly replace culverts and small bridges in ways emulating ABC (Accelerated Bridge Construction). The award-winning M-142 project in 2014 called for removal of […]