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Coordinated Promotion Results in Colorado City Choosing Concrete for Golf Course Renovation

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City officials in Thornton, CO, followed the successful construction of a concrete overlay in a local park last year with a Request for Proposals (RFP) for construction of a concrete overlay (3-inch and 4-inch) for the renovation of a golf course parking lot, reports NRMCA Vice President, Local Paving, Don Clem. The city evaluated the bids based on contractor qualifications and best value, and then selected SLV Quality Concrete (Leonard Velasquez, owner and member, American Society of Concrete Contractors) for the project. The 90,000 square foot parking lot at Thorncreek Golf Course will require about 1,000 cubic yards of ready mixed concrete, and 2,300 linear feet of concrete curb overlay. Clem prepared a Design Assistance Proposal (DAP) for this project earlier this year. He credited Dave Gray, market manager, GCC of America, for originally opening discussions with the city regarding last year's concrete overlay.

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