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ICRI conducts an awards program each year to honor and recognize outstanding projects in the concrete repair industry. Judging is based on uniqueness, use of state-of-the-art methods, use of materials, functionality, value engineering, and aesthetics. Entries are received from around the world, and the winning projects are honored each year at the ICRI Fall Convention.
Given at the discretion of the ICRI President, this Award acknowledges the extraordinary dedication, unparalleled achievement, and substantial efforts of an ICRI member who has gone above and beyond with their time and their knowledge in giving back to the repair and restoration industry.
To honor those members who have made significant contributions to the industry and the organization. Criteria: outstanding contribution to the production or use of concrete repair materials, products, or structures in the areas of education, research, development, design, construction, or management. An individual shall have been an ICRI member for five consecutive years to qualify for this honor.
40 Under 40
For those who stand out in the repair and restoration industry. This prestigious award provides recognition to 40 accomplished professionals within ICRI who are under the age of 40, demonstrate high potential for continued success in leadership roles and exhibit a strong passion for—and commitment to—the mission of ICRI.
Distinguished Service Award
Acknowledging and recognizing significant contributions that have helped advance the overall mission of the Institute. Each year, the Fellows Committee solicits nominations from our membership to recognize individuals, committees, or “Ad Hoc” groups that have contributed to the Institute in a “service-above-self” manner.
To honor those in the concrete repair industry whose service during their career has gone above and beyond. ICRI’s version of a lifetime achievement award. An Honorary Member is a person of eminence in the repair and restoration field, or one who has performed meritorious service to the Institute.
The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) has established a scholarship program to assist qualified applicants who plan to pursue post-secondary education in undergraduate college, university and vocational programs, directly related to a curriculum of study in concrete, concrete repair, architectural and engineering studies (structural and civil).