Woodwork Institute is the millwork specifier and certifier endorsed by the American Institute of Architects California Council.
In its endorsement letter to Woodwork Institute, AIACC noted that it commends the Woodwork Institute for its “tremendous contributions to the design and construction industry.”
The letter goes on to say that
“The AIACC recognizes the quality of your organization and the time WI puts forth in ensuring all architects and other design professionals have a means through which to place the high-end stamp of millwork on their designs.”
“Thus, based on the Woodwork Institute’s continued education of the AIA community towards quality architectural millwork specifications and design, and its corresponding quality assurance and quality affirmation programs, the AIACC endorses the Woodwork Institute as ‘millwork specifier and certifier.’”
Woodwork Institute — the leader in inspecting and certifying the quality of architectural woodwork — provides a variety of quality assurance programs, including Certified Compliance, Monitored Compliance, and Certified Seismic Installation programs.
For more information on WI’s quality assurance options, click here.
Why it is important to certify your project
The Woodwork Institute has created Quality Assurance Programs to maintain a level of quality from members of the architectural millwork industry. WI’s partnership among the design community, contractors, project managers, and installers/fabricators ensure that projects will conform to the Architectural Woodwork Standards.
Woodwork Institute is the EXPERT
The Woodwork Institute is proud to be a joint sponsor — with the Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada – of the North American Architectural Woodwork Standards. Edition 3.1 has an effective date of July 1, 2017.
NAAWS is free for limited use by design professionals, building owners, contractors, fabricators, installers and the educational community. A print edition is also available for a nominal price.
Woodwork Institute is a VALUABLE resource to you
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail your local Director of Architectural Services for assistance.