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Association News her MArch from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. Established in 2008, the ASA Graduate Scholarship Program Coming from a heritage in the construction industry, she rec- seeks to identify, attract, and assist outstanding graduate stu- ognizes the potential for new and unconventional designs dents in their pursuit of careers in the field of concrete, par- available through shotcrete application. ticularly in the application of the shotcrete process. This These scholarships are awarded each year to students pur- program opens each year in late spring. Visit www.shotcrete. suing higher education in the field of concrete with an interest org/pages/education-certification/grad-scholarships.htm and potential for professional success in the shotcrete industry. for more details on the ASA Graduate Scholarship Program. Ninth Annual ASA Outstanding possible. Thirty-one sponsors contributed a total of $39,000, Project Awards Banquet marking ASA’s most successful fundraising effort to date. These On Tuesday, January 21, 2014, during World of Concrete, sponsorships help to subsidize the cost of individuals’ atten- ASA celebrated its Ninth Annual Outstanding Shotcrete dance to the banquet and other expenditures that contribute to Project Awards Banquet at the New York, New York Hotel the success of the awards program and banquet. Any surplus & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Approximately 140 attendees from the event is used throughout the year to fund some of gathered to socialize with fellow ASA members and celebrate the many initiatives that help promote the shotcrete process the top projects of 2013 that have exemplified the effective to the construction industry. and beneficial use of shotcrete as a placement method for For a complete list of our 2013 Project Awards sponsors, concrete construction. find a link onhttp://www.shotcrete.org/pages/membership/ Special thanks are in order to ASA’s banquet sponsors, project-awards.htm; it can also be found starting on page 6 without whose generous donations this event would not be of this issue. Outstanding Architecture Project—presented to R. Ringler Outstanding International Project—presented to J. Stewart (left) by ASA President C. Hanskat (center) and ASA Awards (left) by ASA President C. Hanskat (center) and ASA Awards Chair J. Hutter (right) Chair J. Hutter (right) Outstanding Infrastructure Project team—A. McDougle Outstanding Pool & Recreational Project—presented to W. (left), A. Pugliese (center), and D. McCravey (right) Drakeley (left) by ASA President C. Hanskat (center) and ASA Awards Chair J. Hutter (right) 66 Shotcrete • Winter 2014


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