Date & Time
May 28, 2020 1:00pm EST
Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) have grown to depend on third-party product evaluation reports for technical evidence that alternative material, product, design or method of construction comply with the intent of the building codes.
Recognized by Canadian building code authorities, UL Canada Evaluation Reports provide technical assessments and guidance to AHJ's, architects, designers, contractors, installers and other Built Environment influencers.
They serve as a bridge between product testing and code compliance where:
- A new or innovative product is not included in the model building code
- The manufacturer of the product requires product data validation from a third party
Join us on May 28th to learn how to get the Evaluation Reports that Canadian Code Authorities demand and trust.
ULC Evaluation Reports provide the technical foundation relied upon by architects, designers, contractors and code authorities to provide safe, code compliant installations. Read More
If you have any questions please contact Andrew Cameron - [email protected].