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RPA Extends Deadline for System Design Showcase Competition Entries to Nov. 1

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Mokena, Ill. — The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) has extended the entry deadline for its System Design Showcase 2014 competition to Nov. 1, providing an extra three months of time for designers and contractors to demonstrate their creativity and finesse in design and competence in installation before their peers in the radiant and hydronic industry.

The competition categories are: Residential Cooling, Residential Heating, Commercial Cooling, Commercial Heating, Snow/Ice Melting, Electric and Innovation.

Entries must be postmarked by Nov. 1 and include a completed application, a comprehensive description, photos and schematics/drawings. The application may be downloaded from the RPA website.

The RPA’s Technical Committee, made of up industry experts, will screen all projects using a structured evaluation process. Each entry will be judged on presentation, technical merit and impression. The winners will be announced in January during the organization’s Annual Membership Meeting and Conference in Chicago. The conference will coincide with the 2015 AHR Expo.

Additionally, winners and their projects will be profiled in Radiant Living magazine.

“This is a great opportunity for our members to toot their own horn. Most of their beautiful work goes unnoticed, and this is their opportunity to gain recognition,” said RPA Executive Director Mark Eatherton. “It also allows the other viewing members the opportunity to see how their associates go about putting these wonderful systems together in a way that makes them presentable.”

For more information, click here, or address any specific questions to Mark Eatherton by calling (877) 427-6601 or emailing mark.eatherton@radiantprofessionalsalliance.org. To review previous years’ winning projects, click here.

The RPA’s mission is to provide superior leadership in the industry and foster the awareness of radiant and hydronic technologies in order to “Grow Radiant.” The RPA is a national chapter of IAPMO, representing the radiant and hydronic industry.

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