Date: June 14, 2000
News - The American Concrete Institute has Recognized Chaney Enterprises
Two outstanding projects recently completed in Southern Maryland have given Chaney Enterprises the opportunity to be rewarded for the quality products they provide. Chaney Enterprises’ concrete was used in the renovations at Six Flags Over America in Largo, MD and the Insulated Concrete Form Homes constructed at the Washington Square project in LaPlata, MD. Both projects have been recognized for their quality craftsmanship, unique construction methods, suitability to their environment and aesthetic appeal. Both are a true representation of the new way of construction in the 21st century.
Chaney Enterprises was fortunately selected to assist in the spectacular transformation that turned Six Flags Over America into a mockup of Gotham City. Increte Decorative and Durable Cast-In-Place Concrete were used in the patterned concrete walkways, which now guide visitors from the 40,000 sq. ft. entrance through to the sights of Gotham City. A Batman logo spanning 30 ft. x 50 ft. in concrete truly brings to life the Gotham Cities Hero.
The Insulated Concrete Form project at Washington Square Homes received the Outstanding Concrete Project of 1999 award. The project was completed using an innovative method of constructing homes with concrete walls rather than wood. The benefits of using concrete walls include: safety, durability, energy savings, significant noise reduction, and decreased maintenance.
Chaney Enterprises proudly received these two awards in honor of their commitment to providing the highest quality products coupled with original ideas for incorporating them into the ever-changing construction industry of the 21st century.
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