For the past six years, NPCA’s Director of Certification & Regulator Services, Rich Krolewski, has been working with ARCOM, which operates the Masterspec program, on the inclusion of NPCA Plant Certification. Architects and engineers use MasterSpec to create specifications and choose from prequalified certification programs.
NPCA received notice this week, after a rigorous review and documentation process, that NPCA Plant Certification is now included.
This means that when the thousands of clients who use MasterSpec select certification for precast products, NPCA Plant Certification will be an option. The change will push NPCA certification into more specifications.
“The addition of NPCA’ s certification program is a significant boost for NPCA Certified Plants and a high-level recognition of the program,” said Ty Gable, president of the National Precast Concrete Association. “This was no easy task. It took persistence and lots of documentation, but the end result achieved on behalf of our members is substantial.”
Rick Terrill says
Congratulations to NPCA and Rich for staying the course and finishing the job
Great to be a part of a Winning Association!!