Ceco Door Wins 2015 GOOD DESIGN Award for Stainless Steel Sound-Tech Xpress Door Assembly

NEW HAVEN, CT -- The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies has presented ASSA ABLOY Group brand Ceco Door with its prestigious GOOD DESIGN award. The award was given in the Protective Equipment category, for the patent pending Sound-Tech Xpress+ Door Assembly, available in several attractive stainless steel finishes.

"We're extremely proud that GOOD DESIGN jurists selected the Ceco Door Sound-Tech Xpress+ door assembly, acknowledging the importance of noise control in building design," said Howard Schrier, Director of Hollow Metal Specialty Products, ASSA ABLOY Door Group. "The assembly's sound absorbing technology paired with a contemporary stainless steel finish provides building owners with a high performing product without compromising aesthetics."

The Sound-Tech Xpress+ complete door and frame solution is made for interior and exterior applications requiring high Sound Transmission Class (STC) rated openings, i.e., industrial and manufacturing plants, schools, theaters, medical facilities, sound studios, etc. This communicating door opening has an ultra-high STC 66 rating and leads the industry in sound attenuation for 1-3/4" thick doors. Various stainless steel finishes are available to make doors an integral part of a modern building's design.

For more details, visit:
http://www.cecodoor.com
http://www.assaabloydss.com

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