ATAS International promoted Kevin Cox, CSI, CDT, to the position of Director of Interior Business Development. Prior to this new position, Cox was the Product Representative for ATAS covering the territory of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Southern Virginia since 2016.
Kevin has over 25 years of experience in the commercial construction industry, including positions within operations and in sales and estimating for a large commercial interior contractor. He has held positions in architectural business development and ran his own commercial contracting company for half a decade. Cox has extensive knowledge of exterior and interior wall construction, as well as interior ceilings and room acoustics. He is a board member of the Construction Specifications Institute’s Raleigh-Durham chapter and has obtained CSI’s Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) accreditation.
To complement this new market focus, an interior applications brochure was created to highlight the many ways in which ATAS metal panels can be used within a building. From a functional and aesthetically pleasing linear ceiling system, to a wide variety of attractive wall panel options, a building’s interior can benefit from the beauty and durability of metal. Curved, tapered, texture, color and custom capabilities expand options and bring design ideas to life. Acoustical sound control systems are available for ceilings and walls, and perforated panels are often used in sound dampening applications. ATAS Gaten Series perforated panels are available in six standard hole size patterns, as well as in custom patterns and hole sizes, to add visual appeal as well as acoustical functionality.