National Pattern Contest Seeks Designers’ Best Ideas

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Winner’s pattern to be included in 2018 Acrovyn by Design® Pattern Collection

Construction Specialties (CS), a leading manufacturer of specialty building products, will launch a nationwide design contest at NeoCon, one of the most recognized and attended trade shows in commercial design.

The Acrovyn by Design Patterns Contest challenges seasoned, new and future designers to create a wall protection pattern. The winning pattern will be included in the 2018 Acrovyn by Design Patterns Collection. The winning designer will also receive a $5,000 cash prize.

Contest submissions can be made directly at the CS NeoCon booth (7-1030), which will take the form of a design studio, complete with inspiration boards, design space, and drawing materials. All those submitting a pattern to the contest at NeoCon will receive a drawing pencil pack and be eligible to win a MacBook Pro.

Hand drawn and/or digital patterns can also be submitted after NeoCon by visiting

The contest will run until August 11. A winner will be announced in September.

The contest will be judged by design professionals from leading firms.

For more information about the contest visit Contest rules apply.

About Construction Specialties

Founded in 1948, Construction Specialties, Inc. (CS) is a family-owned building products company. CS provides solutions to complex problems that architects, designers, building owners, facility managers and contractors face every day. Since inventing the first extruded louver, CS has become a global leader in interior wall protection, impact-resistant doors and frames, entrance flooring, expansion joint covers, architectural louvers and grilles, sun controls, specialty venting and cubicle curtains and tracks. CS draws upon extensive expertise to design custom, high-quality products—many of which are a part of the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Program. CS products have been used within some of the world’s most significant architecture, including One World Trade Center in New York City, The Shard in London and Burj Khalifa in Dubai. For more information about CS products and solutions, please visit

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