ATAS International Projects Of The Year

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ATAS International, Inc., an Allentown, PA manufacturer of metal roofing, wall, and ceiling panels for commercial and residential applications, recently announced the winners of its annual Project of the Year Awards. Projects completed during 2011 are recognized in five categories, and feature ATAS products: Commercial Roofs, Commercial Walls, Residential Roofs, Residential Walls, and Sustainability.

The commercial winners are:

Commercial Roofs
First Place: Saint Vincent College Science Pavilion, Latrobe, PA (seen here)
Products include: Dutch Seam (MRD150), 0.040″ aluminum in Champagne; 2″ Tapered Field-Lok (FLT195), 0.040″ aluminum in  Champagne; and PC Snap-On System (PCP999), 0.040″ aluminum in  Champagne.

Second Place: Plaza Azteca, Newport News, VA
Product: Techo Tile (SCT400), 0.032″ aluminum in Mission Red.

Third Place: New Holy Cross Church of Christ W.I.C., Trenton, NJ
Product: Advanta (HAS300), 29-gauge steel in Cape Cod Grey

Commercial Walls
First Place: United Cerebral Palsy Center Office, Pittsburgh, PA
Products: Span Wall (BWS240) Perforated, 0.040″ aluminum in Ascot White, and Opaline (OPF080), 24-gauge steel in Black and Ascot White

Second Place: Village II Shoppes, Mount Laurel, NJ
Product, CastleTop, 0.032″ aluminum in Coppertone

Third Place: Center Street, Jamaica Plain, MA
Product, Corrugated Panel (BWC374), 24-gauge steel in Dove Grey

First Place: Coyne Science Center at Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY (seen here)
Products: InSpire (Perforated MPN120), 0.032″ aluminum in Classic Bronze, and Multi-Purpose Panel (MPN120), 0.032″ aluminum in Classic Bronze

Second Place: West Basin Temp. Ocean Water Desalination Facility, Redondo Beach,CA
Products: ATA-Solar composed of 2 3/8″ Field-Lok (FLS180), 0.040-inch aluminum in Dove Grey, and Design Wall (DWF120), 0.040-inch aluminum in Dove Grey

Third Place: Kirby Morgan Dive Center, Santa Maria, CA
Product, InSpire, 0.032″ aluminum in Classic Bronze

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