Denver Intl Airport Project wins 2015 Triad Award

26 January 2015

Hanley Wood has announced that the Peña Boulevard Paving Project at the Denver International Airport has won the 2015 Triad Award, which honours projects employing portland-limestone cement (PLC) as a key element, especially in infrastructure construction. The award is sponsored by Concrete Construction, The Concrete Producer, and Public Works magazines.

Projects completed between 2013 and 2015 were submitted from across the United States. The Triad Award jury selected one overall winner and identified three additional projects for special recognition, based on project team coordination, innovative use of materials, and sustainability.

Experts involved in the 2015 Triad Award-winning projects will share their experiences using portland-limestone cement at a Holcim (US)-sponsored function, “Building Successful Public Projects through Innovation, Sustainability, and Leadership,” at World of Concrete 2015 in Las Vegas, February 5.

About Peña Boulevard PLC Paving Project, Denver International Airport

Replacing the main roadway to the busy Denver International Airport required close coordination between project principles and a high level of technical expertise. Castle Rock Construction replaced the existing ASR-damaged concrete pavement with 11-inch dowelled concrete. Roadway improvements included adding a trench drain along the entire roadway, and a 12-foot shoulder with kerb and rail for safety.

• Davis Wade Stadium Expansion and Renovation, Mississippi State University
• Illinois Tollway I-90 Westbound Mainline Paving Upgrades
• State Route 193 Overpass Retaining Wall, Northern Utah
More about the projects recognised, or Triad Award activities at World of Concrete 2015, at

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