Anchor-Ventana of Round Rock, Texas became the 15th company to acquire certification after going through the ANSI accredited 3rd party NACC program.
Anchor-Ventana is a full service residential and commercial glass company. On the commercial side, Anchor-Ventana designs and installs curtain wall, storefronts, entrances, interior glass and more on projects of all sizes.
“Anchor-Ventana Glass is family owned and operated and will celebrate 40 years of business in 2017. We have a tenured staff with over 550 years of combined experience and continue leading the industry in quality, products and customer satisfaction,” Felix Munson Sr., President of Anchor-Ventana said.
Anchor-Ventana is a very active industry participant and that effort led to their discovery of the NACC.
“We were introduced to the North American Contractor Certification program at this year’s Building Envelope Conference. What appealed to us most was the third party review of Risk Management specific to our industry. In completion of the certification process, Anchor-Ventana Glass was able to improve our ongoing safety program and strengthen quality management processes. We are thrilled to be the first glazing company in Texas to receive this certification,” Munson Sr. added.
The NACC program consists of several requirements intended to give building owners, general contractors, design professionals, and other stakeholder’s confidence that the glass and aluminum installation process will be performed to meet the needs of the project.
The NACC program launched in 2015 and is finding its effort to be a very beneficial one and now reaching new parts of the North America.
“We are excited to see the NACC program expand by entering the Southwest. We look forward to adding many more in that territory in the coming months. The overall feedback we are getting is exceedingly positive at every stop we make,” said NACC Program Manager Jeff Dalaba.