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July 2013 Concrete Decor - Contractors' Show-Stopping Showrooms

july-2013-concrete-decor-cover-100Tom Ralston Concrete has a showroom and "showyard" that they have been showing off since 1999.  The Gallery Wall at Tom Ralston Concrete was inspired a large sample that Tom made for a client.  He used that sample as a wall relief and it now serves as one of the many reliefs that one will see when entering into the Tom Ralston Concrete yard and office.

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June/July 2009 Concrete Decor - "Refreshing Pool Decks"

cover-copyUnconventional Convention by Tom Ralston Concrete. Tom Ralston Concrete is featured in the June/July 2009 Edition demonstrating a well thought out Outdoor BBQ Kitchen area built for the home of a NFL Quarterback with a Pizza Oven; BBQ with sink and warming drawers; a Rumford Fireplace; a Pool deck with Acid Stained Concrete and Flagstone accent bands to complete the hardscape extravaganza.

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Mar/April 2009 Concrete Decor - "Acid Stains Still Strong"

cover-copy Tom Ralston Concrete is featured on the cover of this months Concrete Décor and in the accompanying article "Where the Tree is Born." The project was poured in 4 sections and a design was drawn by Japanese Sculptor Yuki Nagase. TRC then sandblasted the custom made stencil and proceeded to acid stain intricate branches using small artist brushes. This particular project won an Award for best Artistry at the 2009 World of Concrete in Las Vegas.

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November 2001 Builder/Architect Magazine

06-cover-build-archTom Ralston Concrete's work was featured on the covered of the November 2001 and the Jan/Feb 2002 issue of Builder/Architect Magazine, San Francisco Bay Area edition. The project included concrete pavers and stamp work that complimented each other.

The Santa Cruz Sentinel

Tom Ralston Concrete has also inspired numerous write ups in The Santa Cruz Sentinel where the company has been based for the past 72 years.

2001 Concrete Construction Magazine

Tom Ralston Concrete's wonderfully decorative concrete countertops are featured in the June 2001 issue of Concrete Construction Magazine. Countertops with seashells, Fern Green Acid Stain, and Cobalt Blue Pigmented Concrete are all displayed.

2001 L. M. Scoffield

Tom Ralston Concrete has work displayed in the Spring 2001 L. M. Scoffield Brochure on exterior colored concrete. L.M. Scoffield is a World Wide distributor for Concrete Pigments, color Hardeners, Stamps, and other color products for concrete.

2001 Interior Design Magazine

Tom Ralston Concrete has also received a design award from Interior Design Magazine for it's concrete and construction contributions to the Ashton house. The house incorporates a koi pond in the living room and a concrete Japanese soaking tub in the bathroom. The house is featured in the July 2001 issue of Interior Design Magazine. San Jose magazine and T3 magazine have also featured the Ashton house.

2001 Concrete Construction Magazine

Tom Ralston Concrete was featured in an article in the October 2001 issue entitled "Mix Groups in ASCC". Tom is a member of the American Society of Concrete Contractors and the Decorative Concrete Council and this article represents the Mix (Management Information Exchange) Group that Tom is in. Basically, the group benefits Tom Ralston Concrete by exchanging information on operations, finance and management.

Tom Ralston Concrete is featured in an article on Concrete Network's web site outlining many of the beautiful and elegant specialty products that TRC has developed since Tom Ralston took control of the company in 1989.

1995 - 2001 Sunset Magazine

Tom Ralston Concrete has had their work displayed in Sunset Magazine in 1995, 1999, 2000, and 2001, and has received an award for Excellence from Sunset Magazines' Garden Design for the work that Tom Ralston Concrete and SSA architects constructed in conjunction in 1999.