Countdown to the 2023 AWMAC National Convention Get together with industry leaders at the AWMAC National Convention! We look forward to having our colleagues in Toronto, Ontario, June 8 – 10, 2023.Learn more
Eight regional Chapters across Canada who share the vision of continually designing, engineering, manufacturing and installing the highest quality of architectural woodwork.CHAPTER LISTING
AWMAC’s membership comprises over 400 architectural woodwork-related companies in eight regional chapters across Canada. Members include manufacturers, installers, material and service suppliers, architects, designers, and other industry affiliates.MEMBER LISTING
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Avoid unnecessary risk exposure. Ensure you deliver quality architectural woodwork on every project.Learn about GIS
Join the AWMAC Partner Program. It puts you in touch with your best customer: AWMAC’s members.Partner Program
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With every job you take on – large and small – you know the risks. What you need is an assurance that what is specified is what gets built.
Through AWMAC’s Guarantee and Inspection Service (GIS), you’ll ensure that quality architectural woodwork is delivered on every project.
In the end, your customers get what they want – and you are recognized as an industry leader in front of the best customers.Learn About GIS
The North American Architectural Woodwork Standards (NAAWS) manual is a comprehensive set of standards that defines the requirements of material and workmanship for the fabrication and installation of architectural woodwork. In addition, NAAWS: - empowers design professionals to specify elements of architectural woodwork which meet their client’s needs, - provides measures to ensure that manufacturers and installers bidding on a project compete equally and must perform equal quality work, and - offers industry information, terminology, and criteria for manufacturing and installing to industry standards.The NAAWS is jointly developed, maintained and published by AWMAC and the Woodwork Institute and is designed for architects, specification writers, contractors, fabricators, installers and millwork firms across North America and beyond. NAAWS is available as a free, interactive PDF in English, French, and Spanish. Hard copies are available through AWMAC’s website at a nominal price. Visit www.naaws.com for more information. Learn more