MCA Chairman’s Award Submission Deadline is THIS Friday

The Metal Construction Association’s Chairman’s Awards recognize the most innovative and dynamic uses of metal building components. For nearly two decades the MCA Chairman’s Awards have showcased the very best of the industry, demonstrating the design capabilities of this versatile and exciting product. Get your company in on the action by showing your “metal.” Deadline to submit nominations is THIS Friday, November 6. 

Download the entry form or go to www.metalarchitecture.com/contests. Note: If you submitted a project to the Metal Architecture Design Awards in 2020, it will automatically roll over to the MCA Chairman’s Awards.

Outstanding building projects from across the country are recognized by the Metal Construction Association (MCA) each year. Selected by a panel of architects, the Chairman’s Awards are given to the year’s most exceptional building projects involving MCA member companies. Awards are based on overall appearance, significance of metal in the project, innovative use of metal, and the role of metal in achieving project objectives. Announced at the MCA’s Winter Meeting, the MCA Chairman’s Awards are given in overall excellence; residential; metal roofing; education – colleges and universities; education – primary and secondary; institutional; municipal; and commercial/industrial. LINK to the 2019 Chairman Award winners.

For more information, contact Paul Deffenbaugh, editorial director, Metal Architecture, at pdeffenbaugh@moderntrade.com or (847) 674-2200 ext. 19.

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