Why Specify AWI & Require QCP?
Craftsmanship in architectural design reflects a journey towards unparalleled excellence. The Quality Certification Program (QCP) acts as a guiding framework, supporting the translation of designs to match industry benchmarks. By choosing to align with QCP, you're embracing a tradition of precision and quality.
- Assurance in Execution: QCP's role is to provide architects with clear insights into whether projects involving licensed woodworkers meet the established standards.
- Elevate Your Standards: Aligning with QCP not only enhances the quality of your projects but also positions you at the forefront of architectural excellence.
- Commitment to Precision: Through QCP, every crafted detail, no matter how minute, is a testament to superior craftsmanship and dedication.
The Power of QCP Certification
Build Confidence With Clients
Deliver Results That Exceed Expectations
Ensure Quality Results
How it Works
Mastering the details of architectural design can be a journey, but achieving excellence shouldn't be. Let’s cover the simple 3 step process to getting your project registered.
Specify QCP Certification
Register Your Project
Record Your Number
Architectural Project Certification FEATURES
Reputation for Quality & Integrity
Learn Why This Specifier Has Recommended QCP for Over 20 Years
The Architects Complete Guide to Woodworking’s QCP
This free guide will help you understand QCP and what it can do for you, and which projects it’s best to get QCP-certified.
Find out how your peers are using QCP as a risk assurance tool that strengthens their work, and learn how easy it is to include QCP in your woodworking specifications even if you outsource this work.