Quality Review Articles for Architects and Designers

What Licensing & Certification Mean in QCP’s Quality Assurance Process

At AWI’s Quality Certification Program (QCP), we have two basic components to our quality assurance process.  One is woodworking firm licensing, and one is woodworking project certification. These components are separate but very closely related. In a nutshell, woodworking firms must have a QCP license to certify projects. Holding a QCP license doesn’t automatically mean that every woodworki (more...)

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Quality Review Articles for Architects and Designers

Rest Assured: Uphold Your QCP Specification

This Quality Review regular feature presents woodwork-related technical topics of common interest and importance to the design community, general contractors, and the architectural woodwork industry.

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Quality Review Articles for Architects and Designers

AWI & SMA Collaborate on Stair Standard

In collaboration with the Stairbuilders and Manufacturers Association (SMA), the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) Standards Development Team has been making steady progress.

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Quality Review Articles for Architects and Designers

The A, B, Cs of Architectural Woodwork in Your Projects

The Quality Certification Program (QCP) will team with the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), for two webinars for architects and designers about architectural woodwork in your upcoming projects. Each webinar hosted by CSI qualifies for one AIA/CES Approved AIA HSW Learning Unit credit. Gain insight into the specification requirements that will maximize one of the most highly visible ele (more...)

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