Architectural Testing Receives Miami-Dade County Approval for TAS 112

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TAS 112 testing for concrete and clay roof tile, is now available at Architectural Testing's Tampa, Florida Laboratory.

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This added capability allows manufacturers of clay and concrete roof tile products to utilize ATI as an end to end solution for all of their testing and certification needs.

Architectural Testing, Inc. (ATI) announces the addition of TAS 112 testing to their ever-growing list of standards approved by Miami-Dade County at ATI's Tampa, Florida testing laboratory. TAS 112, Standard Requirements for Concrete Roof Tiles, which addresses both clay and concreted roof tile compliments the facility’s three other accredited TAS protocols: TAS 201, TAS 202, and TAS 203. TAS 112 provides verification of the performance criteria required for issuance of a Notice of Acceptance (NOA) by the State of Florida. "This added capability allows manufacturers of clay and concrete roof tile products to utilize ATI as an end to end solution for all of their testing and certification needs," said Vinu Abraham, Vice President – Southeast Region.

"ATI's goal is to be the single-source solution for the roofing industry," stated Chad Buhrman, Industry Manager – Roof Services. Architectural Testing offers a comprehensive list of services to the roofing industry, including fire, wind, thermal, acoustic and material properties testing. In addition, ATI’s Certification Services Group provides Evaluation and Product Listing Services to compliment product testing, including quality assurance audits, Certification Program audits, and follow-up inspections.

Founded in 1975, Architectural Testing, Inc. (ATI) is a leading product testing service provider in North America, with ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation and capability to perform more than 2000 defined test protocols at one or more of its thirteen full-service laboratories. Testing is available for building products and systems of all types, in the form of individual units and full-scale mock-ups, roofing materials and systems, concrete and masonry, insulation and construction materials, sealants, adhesives, and many others. Architectural Testing offers certification services including a building material listing program, with a staff of professional engineers licensed in twenty states. They also offer consulting services including building envelope commissioning and forensics, and maintain qualified field testing crews that travel all over the continent to perform air/water testing on existing buildings and new construction. Architectural Testing’s suite of services allows for it to be the complete solution for product CONFIDENCE. For more information, visit http://www.archtest.com.

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Shawn Collins, Manager - Regional Operations

Vinu Abraham, Vice President - Southeast Region