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ACCREDITED QUALITY CONTRACTOR 

The Accredited Quality Contractor Program was launched in 1993.  It is an accreditation program which publicly recognizes and honors those construction firms which have documented their commitment in five key areas of corporate responsibility:

·        Quality

·        Safety (STEP Gold, Platinum or Diamond Level Required)

·        Employee Benefits

·        Training

·        Community Relations


Why become an Accredited Quality Contractor?

Accredited Quality Contractors receive numerous benefits, including:

·        Wide recognition within the industry, the business community and the public

·        National and local recognition in publications

·        Authorization to use AQC language in bid documents

·        Permission to use the AQC logo on letterhead, business cards and jobsite signs

·        Access to AQC Marketing Materials such as lapel pins, stickers, brochures, membership plaque, etc.

·        Discounts on other business development opportunities offered by ABC National

·        Points on National Excellence in Construction Awards submissions for being AQC certified

Contractors that successfully qualify as "Accredited Quality Contractors" are accredited for one year. Member companies must renew each year.  If a member company has not been renewed for two years, it must reapply for the AQC program. 

Companies AQC Certified – Georgia Chapter

Amec Foster Wheeler

Balfour Beatty Construction

Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC

Faith Technologies, Inc.

Ivey Mechanical Company, LLC

Lauren Engineers & Constructors, Inc.

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

PCL Industrial Construction Company

Pinkerton & Laws

Power Design, Inc.

W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Company

AQC Pledge

“As an Accredited Quality Contractor, our company is committed to providing our clients with the highest quality construction services and we care deeply about our employees and the communities in which we build.  We are proud to be part of the construction industry and are dedicated to the principle of free enterprise. We commit ourselves to serve our communities and to provide our employees with the skills they need to work safely and productively in order to meet the needs of our clients.”

For more information, review the application or you may contact aqc@abc.org.