For Architects, Engineers, and General Contractors
IPCI has created specs that detail the entire polishing process, from slab flatwork, sheen level applications, to multiple decorative options, empowering architects and general contractors to solicit bids for their clients by only the most skilled contractors available. Additionally, with access to ASTM data, polished concrete facts, and articles written by industry leaders, IPCI members stay on the cutting edge of this rapidly advancing field.
SUBSCRIPTION TO THE IPCI JOURNAL
Each quarter, IPCI publishes the IPCI Journal, which provides news, commentary and analysis on relevant trends in the polished concrete trade, as well as exclusive interviews and articles by industry leaders. Our publication features sections like the "Designers Corner and offers a look at projects going on around the country through case studies written by and about craftsmen in the polished concrete industry.
IPCI Certified Contractors can provide AIA/CES training on the benefits of polished concrete to Architects for AIA LU credit. Our 2008 and 2009 presentations count for HSW AIA credit! Ask your local IPCI Certified Contractor to present at your firm today!
As a member of IPCI, you have the ability to post questions and provide answers to peers, engineers, general contractors, and flooring providers in the IPCI Technical Question Discussion Forum.
CUSTOMIZED CSI SPECS & TESTING DATA
Architects will be able to download IPCI Polished Concrete Specifications, which include detailed steps on materials, equipment, installation, and products required to get the job done. ASTM and other quality control testing resources will be available on the IPCI website.
PROJECT POSTING BOARD
Architects and general contractors can solicit bids on their upcoming projects through the IPCI Project Posting board. Certified IPCI contractors are knowledgeable about the Polished Concrete process, and using an IPCI Certified Contractor ensures that your clients will be satisfied with professional results.
Our Membership Directory will allow architects and general contractors to connect with flooring contractors to solicit bids and support for projects. Our directory specifies by regions where these contractors work and gives details on the credentials of each bidder.