Make the industry standard your standard
AWI’s Quality Certification Program (QCP) uses industry standards to establish expectations and quality assurance tools for industries and professionals associated with interior architectural woodwork projects. Like most construction projects, trends influence architectural preferences and styles. However, quality of workmanship and integrity of work ethic remain integral principles that will never go out of style. The AWI-QCP certification provides the assurance that you can deliver both quality and integrity. Earning QCP’s credentials demonstrates the technical skill and knowledge of experts working in the architectural, woodworking or construction professions. Quality assurance is guaranteed through an extensive collaboration of inspectors, who serve as extensions of construction/architectural/woodworking firms, to verify, consult on and report compliance with the Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS). The AWS sets industry best practices, provides technical and design illustrations and addresses all facets of architectural woodwork, from raw lumber and veneer through factory finishing and installation. Endorsed by The American Subcontractors Association (ASA), QCP gives industry professionals the edge they need to build confidence in clients, deliver better products and attract more business.
The Board of Directors is comprised of professionals who are seasoned experts in the architectural woodworking, construction and architectural industries. Together, they offer a wealth of knowledge and insight to the program.
Members of the QCP staff come from professions within the architectural, woodworking and construction industries. Their experience and skills are the foundation of the QCP program.
QCP benefits from a nationwide team of experts with decades of experience. These representatives are former woodworkers and design professionals with qualifications and training to verify compliance with Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS) and inspect projects for industry best practices.