2007 Product of the Year

This year marks the third annual staging of the Consulting-Specifying Engineer Product of the Year competition, with more finalists than ever. As in the past, CSE convened a panel of consulting engineers as judges to determine the finalists. Our judges decided that 48 entrants deserved to enter the final competition.

06/01/2007


This year marks the third annual staging of the Consulting-Specifying Engineer Product of the Year competition, with more finalists than ever. As in the past, CSE convened a panel of consulting engineers as judges to determine the finalists. Our judges decided that 48 entrants deserved to enter the final competition. The competitors can be found in print in the CSE 2007 Specifiers Guide.

We ask our readers to take a few moment to evaluate the contestants in the Spec Guide pages and then go online to the www.csemag.com homepage and vote for the one you feel is the best in each category.

Winners are chosen in each of the nine categories, and the product receiving the most votes overall is named the 2007 Most Valuable Product. This is also an invaluable opportunity for engineers to look at some of the innovative new MEP products of the past year.





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