Rhyno Glass of Tampa is the forst contract glazier in Floridato achieve North American Contractor Certification (NACC). NACC is the only ANSI-accredited, third-party credential that recognizes architectural glass and metal contractors for competency, business practices and industry-accepted guidelines for quality and safety excellence, according to a press release.
“We are constantly looking to improve and to change the way the industry views glazing contractors,” said Wyatt Castellvi, Rhyno president. “We are critical partners in building construction. By being the first NACC credentialed contractor in Florida, it shows we are progressive and committed to creating a better customer experience.”
When Rhyno began the process, Castellvi told his team NACC could help create more efficiencies. “By taking on this task, we showed our team that our interest is in fine-tuning skills, having accountability, and pushing everyone to grow outside of their current comfort zone,” he said.
“NACC recognizes contractors that utilize industry best practices for installation, giving peace of mind to building owners, design professionals, general contractors, and insurers. NACC reduces stakeholder risk by providing verified evidence of a contractor’s adherence to the highest industry standards and best business practices,” said Jeff Dalaba, NACC program administrator.
On May 28, 2021, Rhyno became the 38th company to attain the credential. The company will be reevaluated annually to maintain certification.