NPCA plant certification program earns ANSI accreditation

The National Precast Concrete Association’s (NPCA) Plant Certification Program achieved a stamp of approval recently when it was accredited by the American Na­tio­nal Standards Institute. ANSI accre­ditation means that NPCA has demonstrated that its Plant Certification Program is con­sistently administered in accor­dance with internatio­nal standards. The NPCA Plant Certi­fication Program will now be recognized in the ANSI Inter­natio­nal Classification of Standards.

NPCA administers the largest, most comprehensive certification program in the manufactured concrete products industry in the USA,...

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