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The Medal of Honor is PCI's most prestigious award. Recipients of the PCI Medal of Honor have made a highly significant contribution to the precast concrete structures industry and have demonstrated a sincere continuing interest in the Institute.

The PCI Medal of Honor was awarded to Dr. Ned M. Cleland, PhD at the 2019 PCI Convention in partnership with The Precast Show in Louisville, KY.

PCI Medal of Honor Recipients

  • 2019 - Ned Cleland
  • 2018 - Maher Tadros
  • 2016 - Patrick W. Hynes
  • 2015 - Jim Voss
  • 2014 - Daniel P. Jenny
  • 2012 - Prof. Paul Zia
  • 2011 - Mario J Bertolini *
  • 2010 - Helmuth Wilden
  • 2009 - C. Douglas Sutton
  • 2008 - Irwin J. Speyer *
  • 2007 - Robert E. Englekirk
  • 2004 - Thomas J. D'Arcy
  • 2002 - Leslie D. Martin *
  • 2001 - Robert F. Mast
  • 1999 - Norman L. Scott *
  • 1997 Fall - Adelard A. Roy *
  • 1997 Spring - T.Y. Lin *
  • 1997 - Alfred A. Yee
  • 1996 - Ross H Bryan *
  • 1995 - H. Kent Preston *
  • 1994 - Charles W. Wilson *
  • 1992 - Tom A. Thomas, Jr. *
  • 1989 - Ted J. Gutt *
  • 1982 - Harry H. Edwards *
  • 1979 - Armand H. Gustaferro *
  • 1979 - Charles C. Zollman *
  • 1976 - Ben C. Gerwick, Jr. *
  • 1975 - Arthur R Anderson *
  • * Deceased

    Nominations for the 2020 PCI Medal of Honor are being accepted through August 2, 2019. The award will be presented next at the 2020 PCI Convention in partnership with The Precast Show, March 3–7, 2020, in Fort Worth, TX. For more information or to submit a candidate, contact Arelys Schaedler, PCI’s Executive Assistant, at aschaedler@pci.org.

    2019 Award Winner: Ned Cleland