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2017 Award winners announced

Congratulations to all the 2017 Awards for Excellence winners announced in Queenstwon NZ on 27th May 2017.

Category 4: Marine Trimming Exterior
  Winner:  Canvas Barn Marine Trimming for the Vanitee project

Category 5: Automotive/Motor Trimming
  Winner:  North Queensland Trimming for the 1957 Chevrolet Belair Sports Coupe Interior project

Category 7: Window Furnishings -Commercial  
  Winner: Versatile Structures for the Swannys project

Category 8: Shade Sails or Structures - Domestic 
  Special Commendation: Sail City for the Wedding Celebration project

Category 9: Shade Sails or Structures- Commercial 
  Special Commendation: Abacus Shade Structures for JCE Car Sales project
  Winner: Pickers Vinyl & Canvas for Tobruk Pool

Category 10: Tension & Air Supported Structures less than 250sqm  
  Winner: Versatile Structures for the Tiger Island project

Category 11: Tension & Air Supported Structures 250sqm to 2000sqm
  Winner: Fabritecture for the Pacific Fair Porte Cochere project

Category 12: Tension & Air Supported Structures greater than 2000sqm
  Special Commendation: Fabritecture for the Westfield Warringah Mall ETFE Atrium project
  Special Commendation: MakMax Australia for the Seaworld Plaza project
  Winner: Fabritecture for the  QUT Sportsfield project

Category 13: General – Banners, Flags, Inflatables, Fabric Art 
  Winner: WeatherSafe WA for the MARC Sound Screens project

Category 14: Product Innovation
  Special Commendation: Cheyne Shades & Canvas for the Ute Pet Shade Covers
  Winner: MakMax Australia for the Tarek Automated Retractable Umbrellas project

CONGRATULATIONS also to our joint winners of the Woman of the Year Award:
  Kym Stroud- Smith (Canvas Barn Marine Trimming)
  Maria Macri (HVG Fabrics)

… and a huge congratulations to a very impressive young man awarded the Young Achiever Award:  David Bradshaw from  Versatile Structures

Full details on all winning projects will be available on the STA website shortly and in Connections magazine. 

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