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The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) announced the recipients of its six scholarships this week at the 2014 AAMA Summer Conference. Ten partner scholarships were also announced. “We are extremely proud of this year’s group of AAMA scholarship winners,” says Rich Walker, AAMA’s … Continue reading
Intertek officials say the company’s recent acquisition of Architectural Testing, Inc. (ATI) is already creating benefits for building products’ firms throughout the U.S. and Canada in the way of a streamlined and more customizable process of adhering to building codes … Continue reading
Building enclosure commissioning seems to be moving swiftly along the growth curve, suggesting the glass industry should pay attention. According to John Runkle, vice president for building sciences at Architectural Testing Inc., his firm has now commissioned between 60 and … Continue reading
Intertek Group plc (Intertek) has agreed to acquire Architectural Testing Inc. (ATI). Intertek will purchase the company from private equity firm Wafra Partners and the management shareholders for a total cash consideration of $95 million USD. Closing of the acquisition … Continue reading
Architectural Testing Inc. (ATI) has opened a new regional office in New Orleans. According to the announcement, this new location will offer improved efficiency to field testing clients in the Gulf Region. Services will focus on emerging field quality control … Continue reading
NBC filming for Hurricane Week that begins on August 5 on The Weather Channel concluded last week at Architectural Testing Inc. (ATI) in York, Pa. The filming highlighted the differences between hurricane and non-hurricane rated doors and windows. “Testing the … Continue reading
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) 2013 Committee Meeting Week in St. Petersburg, Fla., kicked off today with several committee blocks as well as a networking luncheon and presentation followed by two optional tours. For the first day of the … Continue reading