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IAGI’s Approved Installation Contractor information online

October 1st, 2006 / By: / Industry News

The International Association of Geosynthetic Installers (IAGI) announced the application availability for its new Approved Installation Contractor (AIC) program. Installation companies interested in applying for what will become an engineer-specified designation, AIC, can now find complete program details and submittal form online at www.iagi.org.

Developed from dialogs with member installers, member suppliers, outside experts in the containment field, and government officials involved in the geomembrane business, the goal of the AIC program is to promote industry growth and provide better quality construction.

The AIC program recognizes geosynthetic installation companies that meet a minimum level of professionalism and business practices. Participants must meet requirements in the following areas: corporate history and business practices, insurance verification, safety training, and professional competence and experience.

The AIC program recognizes geosynthetic installation companies that meet a minimum level of professionalism and business practices. Participants must meet requirements in the following areas: corporate history and business practices, insurance verification, safety training, and professional competence and experience.

IAGI provides a forum for geosynthetics installers to advance installation and construction techniques, and to strengthen the knowledge, image and communication within the industry. For more information about IAGI or the AIC program, contact Laurie Honnigford at +1-651-554-1895, laurie@honnigford.com; or visit www.iagi.org.

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