Cedar Valley Corp. Hits for the Cycle

Date Published: Tuesday, January 5, 2016

In baseball terms, if a player hits a single, a double, a triple, and a home run all in one game it is called “hitting for the cycle”. Cedar Valley Corp., LLC, a Waterloo-based contractor, has “hit for the cycle” by winning four 2015 American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) Excellence in Concrete Pavement awards. Cedar Valley Corp. was the only contractor to win more than two awards this year.

Three projects won gold awards, the highest level of award bestowed.  Iowa Route E34 in Monona County, IA won in the County Roads category, US 75 Union South in Cass and Otoe Counties, Nebraska won in the State Roads category, and US Route 59 in Cherokee County, IA won in the Highway Overlays category. The State Route 86 in Dickinson County, Iowa project won a silver award.

Each year for the past 26 years, the ACPA “Excellence in Concrete Pavement” awards have honored quality concrete pavements constructed in the United States and Canada. The awards program encourages high-quality workmanship in every concrete pavement project and serves as a forum for sharing information about highly successful projects.

The awards program recognizes contractors, engineers, and project owners who completed outstanding projects. Winning an Award of Excellence in Concrete Pavement provides the contractors, engineers, and owners with a level of prestige that can assist them in the development of future projects. The National awards recognize the contractors, engineers, and owners whose efforts yield the best pavements in airports, highways, and street and road applications, as determined by an independent panel of judges.

Through the last 12 years, Cedar Valley Corp., LLC has been the recipient of 27 ACPA awards, confirming it is one of the Midwest’s premier highway construction companies.  The company specializes in heavy highway construction, public infrastructure, business and industrial parks, airport runways/taxiways, subdivisions and municipal paving.