PPG Market Manager Receives Metal Construction Association Award
Forty-year PPG veteran Scott Moffatt was recognized for his volunteer contributions to the organization.
The Metal Construction Association (MCA) awarded its Patrick R. Bush Service Award to Scott Moffatt, PPG market manager for architectural coil and extrusion coatings, during the organization’s 2018 Winter Meeting in San Diego, California. This award recognizes one individual each year who has made significant volunteer contributions to the MCA.
A 10-year member of the MCA, Moffatt has held a variety of volunteer roles with the organization, including serving as a board member for both the association at large and the Metal Roofing Alliance, and as chairman of the program committee.
Rodolfo Ramirez, PPG director of sales and strategic segments for North America, Industrial Coatings, commended Moffatt for the award.
“Scott’s commitment and contributions to the MCA have been key to supporting the association’s efforts to expand the use of metal coatings in the construction market,” Ramirez said. “As a proud and active member of the MCA, PPG is focused on developing, styling and manufacturing products that enhance, beautify and protect skylines around the globe.”
Moffatt joined PPG in 1978 as an industrial sales representative, and during his 40-year career with the company, he has been appointed to sales, sales management and marketing positions covering multiple technologies and market segments. In his current position, he works with architects throughout North America to specify metal architectural coatings. He also has consulted on numerous high-profile projects, including One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower), VIA 57 West, 55 Hudson Yards and Cornell University’s Roosevelt Island Campus in the New York City area, as well as The Tower at PNC Plaza in Pittsburgh.
Moffatt also is an active member of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC).
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