Supporting Memberships

As a quality-conscious and modern company, we want to take responsibility and help to shape the future. This is why we are proud to use the services of the ICC and IAPMO organizations, and have supporting memberships with the following industry associations:
The Amercian Concrete Institute
The Amercian Concrete Institute provides knowledge and information for the best use of concrete.
The CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) was formed in 1947 to administer the then, new W47.1 welding standard for structural steel. The CWB has today expanded its scope well beyond the original structural steel roots and is accredited by and operates under the authority of the Standards Council of Canada as a Certification Body for the administration of CSA Standards including W47.1, W47.2, W55.3, W186, W178.1 and W48 to industries across Canada and internationally for :
• Certification of companies involved in welding
• Certification of Welding Inspection Companies
• Certification of Welding Inspectors
• Certification of Welding Electrodes
Glass Association of North America
Glass Association of North America is the leading association serving flat glass manufacturers, fabricators and glazing contractors.Glass Association of North America is the leading association serving flat glass manufacturers, fabricators and glazing contractors.
ICC Evaluation Service
ICC Evaluation Service is the United States’ leader in evaluating building products for compliance with code. A nonprofit, public-benefit corporation, ICC-ES does technical evaluations of building products, components, methods, and materials.
The Master Insulators' Association of Ontario Inc. was incorporated 1942, to promote and encourage the advancement and betterment of the heat and frost insulation industry.
The National Glass Assocation
The National Glass Association provides information and education, as well as promote quality workmanship, ethics, and safety in the architectural, automotive and window and door glass industries.
The National Council of Structural Engineers Association
The National Council of Structural Engineers Association represents state organizations of licensed, practicing structural engineers.
The Post-Tensioning Institute
The Post-Tensioning Institute promotes the advancement of post-tensioned, pre-stressed concrete design and construction.
Since 1955 the Sign Association of Canada has successfully promoted the welfare of the sign industry, improved the status of its members in the community and benefited the users of signs.
The Thermal Insulation Association of Canada is the national industry association for contractors, distributors and manufacturers of commercial, industrial and institutional thermal insulation, asbestos abatement and firestop.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is the world’s leading resource for professionals focused on the design, construction, and operation of tall buildings and future cities.