NPCA’s Plant Certification program is dedicated to increasing the quality of precast concrete products and assisting specifiers in obtaining those products. Since 1987, NPCA experts have helped businesses like yours to continually monitor, manage and improve the quality of their products.
Why Certify Your Plant?
With more than three decades of experience, you can count on NPCA to provide a qualified, objective evaluation of your plant. NPCA is accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board and meets the requirements of ISO/IEC 17065:2012 Conformity assessment – requirements for Bodies certifying products, processes and services.
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Gain access to public and private projects with certification requirements. Win more contracts while streamlining your processes and improving quality.
Leverage an accredited third party to officially recognize your quality standards. NPCA is accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board.
Improve and ensure consistent outcomes that are measured and monitored. Provide customers with added confidence and peace of mind.
Identify opportunities for cost savings and improve efficiency through adherence to the best practice standards in the NPCA Quality Control Manual.
The initial cost of plant certification is minimal when compared to the benefits of focusing on quality control in the plant. We can document savings in raw materials and purchased items, fewer damaged or rejected castings, and reduced labor and rework of products on the job site. This precast certification program corrects plant errors before they become high-cost problems.
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Tools You Need
As a powerful business improvement tool, the NPCA Plant Certification program provides the framework and guidance you need to consistently meet customer expectations and regulatory quality requirements.
Setting the Standard for More Than 35 Years
- 75% of state DOTs recognize NPCA Plant Certification.
- 360+ plants are NPCA certified, the largest number of precast quality certifications in the industry.
- 360+ in-plant inspections were conducted by NPCA in 2021.