Architectural Testing Hosts Sunroom Meeting

November 21, 2012
Meetings & Events

The National Sunroom Association held its fall meeting at the headquarters of Architectural Testing Inc. in York, Pa., at the end of the October.  Association members and ATI officials gathered for business meetings and a number of presentations on issues affecting the sunroom industry.

Speakers included Craig Joss of Craft-Bilt Manufacturing on the topic of lateral load and resistance; Dan Walker, NSA technical director, who offered a codes update; and Lawrence Duffy of EMC2 Structural Design, who discussed services offered by his company.  Mike Thoman and Craig Wagner of ATI reviewed a number of  code issues related to sunroom structures as well.

The event included a variety of committee meetings as well.  ATI also provided tours of its facility to attendees, offering demonstrations of its impact cannon, portable dynamic wind generator, and shock tube.

“As a national product testing and code compliance services provider, Architectural Testing shares in the NSA’s dedication to ensuring high-quality manufacturing standards, compliance to safety standards, and energy efficiency,” noted ATI's Wagner. “We are active members of the NSA, and are proud to have hosted this year’s fall meeting.”