Flexability Concepts has awarded $2,000 in scholarships to four graduate students in the University of Oklahoma’s College of Architecture for their winning designs using the company’s flexible metal track.
“We were extremely pleased with the imagination and ingenuity students demonstrated in the contest,” Flex-Ability Concepts Marketing Manager Robert Widmer said. “The parameters for designing with our product were quite broad. Some students used Flex-C Trac in distinctive architectural applications while others used it in the construction of furniture and works of art.”
There were two first-place winners. One used the inspiration of Flex-C Trac to design an adjustable framing for constructing staircases, and the other designed a modification of the existing product that allowed more efficient use of material in certain applications.
Based in Oklahoma City, Flex-Ability Concepts manufactures patented flexible steel track framing systems for commercial and residential construction.
Flexability Concepts awards scholarships
June 28, 2007