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Barrette’s RDI Elevation Rail Wins Product Innovation Award

Barrette Outdoor Living, a division of Oldcastle APG, announced that RDI Elevation Rail has been selected a 2023 Product Innovation Award (PIA) winner by Architectural Products.

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Barrette Outdoor Living, a division of Oldcastle APG, announced that RDI Elevation Rail has been selected a 2023 Product Innovation Award (PIA) winner by Architectural Products.

The annual awards program identifies several innovative solutions that help architects create beautiful, unique and high-performance projects. RDI Elevation Rail was selected from a record-breaking number of submissions.

“We are thrilled to be chosen as a PIA Award winner,” said Patrick Ianni, VP, Customer Operations and Product Development, Barrette Outdoor Living. “We pride ourselves on creating solutions that are based on principles of efficiency and ease for customers, so it is exciting to have our RDI Elevation Rail to be recognized for its innovation and performance.”

“We are thankful for all the companies that entered products for consideration. We are grateful for our esteemed panel of judges who took the time to review these products and explain what they found to be innovative or interesting,” said Architectural Products’ editor in chief Jeanette Pitts. “Their insights are such a critical piece of what makes the Product Innovation Awards unique and informative for our readers.”

See all the PIA award winners  at www.arch-products.com. For more information on Barrett, visit barretteoutdoorliving.com

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