We are proud to announce that Zola was recently recognized by Architectural Products Magazine with the 2017 Product Innovation Award (PIA). Zola received this award for its Thermo Alu75, delivering tremendous value in a triple pane, thermally broken aluminum system. With R-11 glass standard and R-15 quad glass optional, Thermo Alu75 can be offered in extremely large sizes.
The Architectural Products Product Innovation Awards (PIAs) determine and honor innovation in the development and refinement of buildings-related products that range the gamut from cladding systems to interior finishes. Judged by a group of 18 independent industry professionals, the program represents a mechanism to impartially review product and present to readers items their peers found innovative and worth investigating.
“Building on the success of last year’s program, our seventh edition of the awards proves commercial building manufacturers are committed to, and are working arduously toward, delivering more sustainable products, as well as products that deliver better performance, life and affordability.” –Jim Crockett, Editorial Director – Architectural Products Magazine
Zola is honored to be a recipient of this prestigious award for the fourth year. You can read about the Award in the November 2017 issue of Architectural Products.
According to the jury: "Thermo Alu75 has shown a sense of balance that is not yet common, where the quality and technology is far more accessible to the market than comparable products in the past that tended to serve a more exclusive market."
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