Weather Shield announced late last year that the Contemporary Collection Next Gen Sliding Patio Door was chosen by the publication Architectural Record as a 2019 Record Product Award winner in the window and door category. An independent panel of designers and architects combed through hundreds of building product submissions and narrowed it down to 65 winners across eight categories, with the Best in Category receiving top numerical rankings.
This new door from Weather Shield is transforming the sliding door category with larger sizes, improved overall performance, superior operation and an advanced low-profile sill design. While other sliding doors may force consumers to make choices between narrow profiles and higher performance, this re-imagined design delivers both.
“We’re honored to have our NEXT GEN sliding patio door recognized by Architectural Record. This award is validation of the team’s hard work, dedication, and ingenuity that culminated in this innovative product. As we reflect on those that were instrumental in the development of this product, CCE is one such partner and deserves recognition. They have been a dependable engineering partner that works closely to support our in-house engineering team. I’m confident this is just the beginning of a successful partnership,” said Chris Schield, Vice President of Marketing at Weather Shield.
CCE has been working with Weather Shield providing valuable engineering product design support for this NEXT GEN Sliding Patio Door for well over a year. CCE engineers assisted Weather Shield’s team in various phases of product development from initial concepts all the way to manufacturing drawings.
“These are exciting times for us. We are very happy for Weather Shield. They have been a true market leader in high-end doors and windows for years now. This award cements their place in this segment. To know that we have been able to contribute to their success in some little way is very gratifying. It also proves that engineering collaboration, when done right, with the right partner and tools yields rich dividends,” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s V.P. Sales & Marketing.
For more information on CCE's product design and engineering services, visit https://www.cadcam-e.com/engineering-design-services.aspx.
About Architectural Record
Founded in 1891, Architectural Record is the #1 source for news and information about architecture and design. Throughout its 128 years, the award-winning publication has fostered readership among architecture, engineering, and design professionals by covering noteworthy and innovative projects in the United States and across the globe.
The magazine offers news, commentary and criticism, architectural technology stories, and continuing education articles, both in print and online. Illustrated with images from top photographers in the field, RECORD covers modern and sustainable architecture in addition to a variety of building types, including houses and multifamily residential, retail, K-12 schools and universities, health care, and interiors. Firmly established as the authoritative source on the topic, Architectural Record provides information on top firms, as well as the latest trends vital to the profession in design, urbanism, and landscape architecture.
About Weather Shield Windows & Doors
Weather Shield Windows & Doors is intelligent design. Weather Shield combines artistry and engineering to create high-end windows and doors that help architects, homebuilders and homeowners push the boundaries of what’s possible. Founded in 1955 and owned by the Schield family, Weather Shield is based in Medford, Wis.
CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, Michigan and Fort Lee, New Jersey, as well as a state-of-the-art engineering development center in Chennai, India. CCE's focus is in engineering product development, CAD interoperability and related services. The CCE group currently employs over 225 software and design professionals worldwide.
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