Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® Wins Best In Class Campaign for Advertising Excellence by Architectural Record
Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® was awarded “Best In Class Campaign” by Architectural Record, a McGraw-Hill publication, through the 2014 Excellence in Advertising Awards program. This recognition was given for outstanding work on the “Still buying building envelopes this way?” and “Engineered to work together™” spread advertisements created by Brian J. Ganton & Associates.
Each year, Architectural Record invites a panel of distinguished architects to review over 200 advertisements and select the best advertising defined by impact, messaging, creativity, design and effectiveness in communications.
“The goal of these advertisements was to highlight—in a unique and memorable way—our position in the marketplace. And as the only manufacturer capable of supplying the entire building envelope, it fits our brand strategy perfectly.” said Susan Trimble, Vice President Marketing & Communications, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope®. “It is such an honor for our brand’s advertising to be recognized for doing an outstanding job, by prestigious architects and firms designing some of the world’s most iconic buildings.”
Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® has been acknowledged in Architectural Record’s Advertising Excellence awards nine of the last ten years.
About Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope®—To architects, building developers and owners, contractors, and the entire commercial glazing community, we are the leading North American supplier of products specified to close the building envelope. They include: custom-engineered curtain wall and window wall, architectural windows, storefront systems, doors, skylights, and architectural glass. For more information, visit www.obe.com.
Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® is a subsidiary of CRH plc, one of the top five international building products companies.
For More Information Contact:
Susan Trimble: Vice President Marketing and Communications
Stay in the know!
Sign up to receive the latest news and exclusive content straight to your inbox.Sign Me Up