Architectural Woodworking Standards (AWS)
Section 2: Care & Storage (pdf)
Section 3: Lumber (pdf)
Section 4: Sheet Products (pdf)
Section 5: Finishing (pdf)
Section 6: Millwork (pdf)
Section 7: Stairwork & Rails (pdf)
Section 8: Wall/Ceiling Surfacing and Partitions (pdf)
Section 9: Doors (pdf)
Section 10: Casework (pdf)
Section 11: Countertops (pdf)
Section 12: Historic Restoration Work (pdf)
AWS Ed. 1 & 2 comparison of Sections 1 (Submittals) and 8 (Wall/Ceiling Surfacing (pdf)
AWS Eds. 1 and 2 comparison of General Info and Rules for Sections 1 and 8.
– Section 10 to follow
IDA Program Application Form (pdf)
Offline application form (Adobe PDF) for firms who prefer not to complete the online application, or have encountered browser compatibility issues with the online form.
QCP Appeal Form (pdf)
QCP Complaint Form (pdf)
QCP Fee Schedule (pdf)
QCP Individual Drafting Accreditation Policies (pdf)
QCP Individual Drafting Accreditation Policies
– QCP Individual Drafting Accreditation Policies
Special Service Inspection (pdf)
Used to request an inspection for a project where AWS or QSI standards were identified as contract requirements, but where certification/compliance may not have been obtained
Standardized Minimum Sample Criteria for QCP Licensing (pdf)
– Updated March 1, 2015
Top 20 Nonconformities Most Reported (pdf)
The 20 nonconforming items which appear most frequently in QCP inspector reports detailing project inspections.
Vivo Bros. AWS test contest rules (pdf)
Rules created by Vivo Bros. Inc. for their in-house AWS Ed. 2 test score contest.
Why Work With A Licensed Woodworker? (pdf)
This letter can be used by Licensees when sending bids to contractors
Shop Drawings Information
Shop Drawings Review Policies
As a benefit to QCP Members for provisional and QCP registered projects to confirm compliance with AWS
AWS Ed. 2 Conforming Shop Drawing (pdf)
Example of shop drawings conforming to format and content required by Section 1, Architectural Woodwork Standards, Ed. 2.
Architectural Woodwork Standards Errata
Corrections to the AWS are posted on the AWS Errata Web page on an as-needed basis. Users of the new AWS are encouraged to check the Errata prior to specifying any new project.