ICC Evaluation Service, LLC (ICC-ES), and QAI Laboratories Inc. offer a coordinated evaluation process to assist manufacturers in getting their building and/or plumbing products to market as quickly and efficiently as possible. Click here to see how QAI expedites the process
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QAI’s ICC-ES Evaluation Services are offered to any building products manufacturer who wants to save time, cut costs and limit the endless hurdles that can plague the process. QAI can help you gain an ICC-ES code evaluation report in a reduced time & cost with our custom packages tailored to the specific ICC-ES requirements. QAI takes you through the entire evaluation process working with ICC-ES up front, during, and to completion of your report with our in-house capabilities: evaluation plan development, sampling, quality documentation, testing, inspection, submittal package and draft report, and meeting in-person with ICC-ES staff. Our California office is only 20 minutes from the ICC-ES headquarters, allowing our agencies to maintain a close working relationship.
QAI also offers evaluation packages from additional agencies. Florida Building Commission (FBC), Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC), Miami-Dade, Texas Department of Insurance (TDI), Los Angeles City and more. Whatever market, region or country you are doing business in, call us at 888-540.4024 (USA) or 877.461.8378 (Canada) to talk with a representative, we will be happy to answer your questions and show how we can help you through the process.
Our team can help navigate through all the hurdles of meeting code requirements. Support service options we offer include:
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