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Hardscape Project Awards accepting entries

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The awards will be presented during Hardscape North America 2011 in Louisville, Ky.

| May 10, 2011

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Hardscape North America (HNA) is now accepting entries for the 4th Annual Hardscape Project Awards to be presented during HNA 2011 Awards Breakfast being held on Friday, Oct. 28th in Louisville, Ky.

The Hardscape Project Awards recognize the contractor’s ability to create outstanding hardscape projects. Awards are presented for commercial, industrial, transportation, municipal and residential projects. The deadline for entries is Thursday, Sept. 15.

The early bird entry fee is $100 for members (ICPI, BIA or NCMA) and $200 for non-members, which ends Sept. 1. After that the entry fee is $140 for members and $240 for non-members. Projects for consideration must have been completed between Nov. 1, 2007 and June 30, 2011. Applications may include, but are not limited to, walkways, patios, driveways, plazas, parking lots and roadways.

“The number of categories has grown to represent the expanding range of projects in the hardscape industry,” said David Pitre. “We are continuously impressed by the creativity, talent and skills of hardscapers who submit projects. Each project is a testimonial to the versatility and beauty of concrete products.”

The winning entries will be featured in Interlocking Concrete Pavement magazine and other trade publications as well as on the HNA website at www.HardscapeNA.com.

The breakfast is open to all HNA registrants as an optional ticketed event. Tickets are $15 per person or $120 for a reserved table of eight. The HNA Awards Breakfast is sponsored by Belgard.

For more information about the HNA 2011 Hardscape Project Awards, visit HNA’s website. To enter your project, click here.
 

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