2019 STI/SPFA Product Award Entries Now Being Accepted

Entries are now being accepted for the STI/SPFA 2019 Steel Product Awards. Enter your submission today!

Deadlines for Steel Product Awards: Friday, February 14, 2020 at 5 pm Central time

Rules and Requirements:

  1. Fabricator and Affiliate Members may submit as many entries as desired for consideration. Each entry must be submitted on a separate Entry Form and may be entered in only one category.
  2. Each Entry Form must be accompanied by ONE high resolution, digital color image of the entire product/project. If you submit a collage, be aware that it may be difficult to see on the Product Awards ballot.
    • Only electronic file types .jpg or .png are accepted. Do not submit image as .pdf file.
    • The photo must be taken in daylight.
    • Resolution must be a minimum 300 ppi.
    • The photo may not show any company’s name, logo, or other text. A graphics professional can remove any such information from the image. Do not attempt to alter the image by ‘marking through’ or any other non-professional method.
  3. For Affiliate award category entries, the product may be manufactured from materials other than steel, but must be intended for use in conjunction with steel construction products.
  4. By submitting this Entry Form, the Member company agrees that the image submitted becomes the property of STI/SPFA and may be used for association promotional activities.
  5. 5. STI/SPFA reserves the right to edit photos and Entry Form content.

As a reminder, a representative of the company must be present at the awards presentation to qualify to win. All awards will be presented at the Annual Meeting, Saturday, April 4, Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Featured Affiliate

Phoenix Forging Company

Phoenix Forging Company, a member of the Phoenix Forge Group, is a proud domestic manufacturer of steel tank and cylinder fittings based in Catasauqua, PA. Phoenix Forge was founded in 1882.

“Networking at STI/SPFA meetings has given us new ideas to manufacture our products more efficiently.”

Sonny Underwood
Mid-South Steel Products, Inc.