Podcasts

Meet Your QCP Team – Rosa Cheney, Architect & Specifier

We’re delighted to introduce you to Rosa Cheney, principal of Rosa D Cheney, AIA, PLLC. Rosa provides professional technical, specifications, and sustainability consulting services out of Arlington, VA. We recently talked to Rosa about how she became an architect and how she came to be involved with AWI-QCP.   You can also listen to this blog post as a podcast hosted by QCP’s Executive (more...)

Read More
Podcasts

A Chat with Zach Deas, Millwork Owner and Chair of AWI-QCP

We recently spoke to Zach Deas, owner of Deas Millwork in Semmes, AL, and current chair of AWI-QCP’s board of directors, about the Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS) and the updates AWI is currently making to some of the standards. You can also listen to this blog post as a podcast hosted by QCP’s Executive Director, Randy Estabrook. Listen now.   Changes to the Architectural Woodw (more...)

Read More
Podcasts

What is AWI-QCP and How Does It Work?

Woodworkers and architects new to AWI-QCP often ask us about our origins and how we work - so here’s your complete guide! You can also listen to this blog post as a podcast hosted by QCP’s Executive Director, Randy Estabrook. Listen now.   What is AWI-QCP? We can actually expand this into two separate questions: what is the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) and what is the Quali (more...)

Read More
Podcasts

How An Architect Was Saved By The Standards

Grant Golightly, an architect from Salt Lake City, UT, managed a multi-million dollar project with the Salt Lake Mosquito Abatement District for a new campus where millwork was an important aspect of the interior design, and he needed assurance that the millwork met his specifications. We talked to him about how and why QCP helped make his project a success. You can also listen to this blog post (more...)

Read More