ALLENTOWN, Pa. — ATAS International Inc. is pleased to announce the 2019 project of the year award winners. This annual competition recognizes projects in which ATAS products have been incorporated into the design of the building. 

Six project categories were included in the competition: commercial roofs, commercial walls, residential roofs, residential walls, accents, and interiors. An independent panel of judges, comprised of ATAS advisory board members, reviewed photos of all the projects submitted throughout the year and chose first, second, and third place winners in each category.

Commercial Winners

Receiving the first-place honors for commercial roofs was the Saratoga Racecourse project in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Copper Field-Lok panels were used on this building, which were installed by Mid-State Industries, and purchased through Erie Materials. Architects for the project included SOSH and Frost Hurff, and MLB Construction Services was the contractor. 

Second place went to the U.S. Coast Guard project in Pensacola, Fla. that used 2-inch Field-Lok in Dove Grey. The architect was the U.S. Coast Guard - Civil Engineering Unit, with supplies from Beacon Building Products that were installed by Alpha Roofing & Sheet Metal.

Third place for the commercial category went to the Cornerstone Baptist Church project in Glendora, Calif., which used CastleTop in Rocky Grey & Charcoal Grey. The contractor for the project was Howard & Sons Inc. with RoofLine Supply and Delivery as the distributor.

Residential Winners

Taking the first-place award in the residential roofs category was a private residence located in Freeport, N.Y. TOC Architects designed the roof of this home using Boysenberry Techo Tile and PC System. The panels were purchased through Riverhead Building Supply and were installed by JA Construction. 

The second-place award went to a private residence in Sullivan County, N.Y., using Dutch Seam in Slate Grey installed by Buonsignore Construction Corp. The architect was Jeff Wilkinson, and the general contractor was Woodstone Development. Beacon Building Products was the distributor.

The residential roof third-place winner was a private residence at Shelter Island, N.Y., that used Dutch Seam in Slate Grey, installed by JA Construction. Riverhead Building Supply Corp. served as the distributor.

“Once again, we received many entries into ATAS’ annual project of the year competition," said Jim Bush, vice president of sales and marketing for ATAS. "We are pleased to honor the architects, contractors and distributors who were involved in the award-winning projects. A 60-page booklet has been created to showcase the projects that won an award or were nominated. This 'idea book' should be useful to architects, contractors, and building owners to help them envision possible metal panel applications and design aesthetics for their future projects.”