Construction-Related Associations and Reference
Organizations A - B

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Air Barrier Assoc.

Air Barrier Association of America
ABAA is a complete resource for air barrier education and technical information. Air barriers contribute to green, durable buildings, significant energy savings, and improved air quality and indoor comfort. Specify the ABAA Air Barrier Quality Assurance Program and make sure that your air barrier is built right, the first time.


Architectural Woodwork Institute

Architectural Woodwork Institute
AWI's Quality Certification Program is a industry-recognized risk management tool. By specifying that woodwork is to be certified by AWI you eliminate potential worry about woodwork woes at the very beginning of a project. Certification credentials are earned by woodworking firms evaluated to fabricate, finish and/or install work in accordance with the quality grade criteria set forth in the Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS).


Ron Blank & Associates: Free online courses and webinars. Learn about construction products before you specify them, and receive credits towards licensing and certifications.

ZeroDocs: We make it fast and easy for design professionals to source construction specification tools. Use the SimpleSpecs™ Master Specification System and online collaboration tools to produce project specifications



Air Barrier Assoc.

Air Barrier Association of America
ABAA is a complete resource for air barrier education and technical information. Air barriers contribute to green, durable buildings, significant energy savings, and improved air quality and indoor comfort. Specify the ABAA Air Barrier Quality Assurance Program and make sure that your air barrier is built right, the first time.



Architectural Woodwork Institute

Architectural Woodwork Institute
AWI's Quality Certification Program is a industry-recognized risk management tool. By specifying that woodwork is to be certified by AWI you eliminate potential worry about woodwork woes at the very beginning of a project. Certification credentials are earned by woodworking firms evaluated to fabricate, finish and/or install work in accordance with the quality grade criteria set forth in the Architectural Woodwork Standards (AWS).