ICM has held an AISC certification since 2010 for Building Fabricator and 2012 for Steel Erector. In the state of Colorado, ICM is one of only a handful of companies who have obtained both a Building Fabricator and Steel Erector certifications. They are often required by engineering firms, as well as government and education projects to ensure that the quality delivered matches the quality expected for such projects.
“We have a manual that outlines in exact detail how we fabricate and erect everything in our line of work,” said Sean Miller, QA/QC Director for ICM. “We follow our manual to a ‘T’ in every job we take on and throughout all phases of work, which is why we’re consistently recognized as a high quality contractor. We’re honored for this recognition and will use it as further fuel to deliver quality projects that will continue to stand the test of time.”
The AISC Quality Management Systems Certification requires an in-depth review of the company’s management and operational policies and procedures, followed by an audit of how policies and procedures are executed in the fabrication shop and in the field. The program's goal is to confirm to owners, the design community, the construction industry, and public officials that certified participants have the personnel, organization, experience, documented procedures, knowledge, equipment, and commitment to quality to perform fabrication, manufacturing, and/or erection.
ICM also holds certifications from the National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspectors and from the American Welding Society.