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The International Accreditation Service, known as the IAS, is a subsidiary of the International Code Council. IAS provides objective evidence that an organization operates at ethical, legal, and technical standards. Since 1975, IAS has been setting the standards for accreditation by providing rigorous criteria for compliance and continued oversight of its accredited agencies.

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The New York City Department of Buildings assures safety and compliance with regulations for construction sites across New York City. The New York City Department of Buildings requires structural concrete, set at any building under construction in the five boroughs, to be tested. The entity performing the testing services must be a licensed and accredited laboratory.

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The Concrete Industry Board is comprised of professional engineers, contractors, and concrete material suppliers and manufacturers who use their knowledge to enhance the education of multiple topics related to concrete. The organization holds regular seminars throughout the year to promote the use of quality concrete and discuss advances in the concrete construction industry.

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As a division of ASTM, the Cement and Concrete Reference Laboratory mission is to improve the quality of construction material testing. It provides on-site laboratory inspections and proficiency sample programs so laboratory, equipment, and personnel are precisely applying ASTM standards.

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With over 150,000 members, the American Society of Civil Engineers represents the profession and its members around the world. The organization is the oldest national engineering society in the United States.

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As a standards development organization, the American Concrete Institute provides resources worldwide, aiding individuals and organizations in the concrete industry. It is responsible for developing and distributing consensus-based standards, technical resources and educational, training, and certification programs.

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The American Society for Testing and Materials is dedicated to creating the technical standard and improving performance for various materials, services, systems, and products. In developing the voluntary consensus standards, the globally recognized ASTM welcomes affiliates from around the world. AMAA is proud to be a member of this global organization.

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Founded in 1914, The American Society for Nondestructive Testing, known as ASNT, is the world’s largest society for Nondestructive Testing (NDT) specialists and experts. With a membership of more than 14,000 professionals, the organization sets the standards for the qualifications and certifications required in the field.

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Highly regarded and recognized, the AASHTO Accreditation Program assesses the capability of testing laboratories to provide and perform services with specific requirements of the highest quality. All equipment, as well as each technician, is thoroughly examined to ensure the practices are per standard expectations and operated at the highest degree of proficiency.

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As the Engineering and Technical division of AASHTO, AASHTO re:source sets technical standards for all phases of highway system development. The organization provides services through three programs, Laborartory Assessment Program, Proficiency Sample Program, and AASHTO Accreditation Programs, to ensure laboratories are in compliance with material testing guidelines.