AEP Span, ASC Building Products Granted IAPMO’s Uniform Evaluation Service Evaluation Report ER-0309

AEP Span and ASC Building Products have been granted IAPMO’s Uniform Evaluation Service (UES) Evaluation Report ER-0309 which demonstrates compliance to the 2012 and 2009 editions of the International Building Code (IBC) and the International Residential Code (IRC).

IAPMO’s UES program lowers the cost and increases the value to code officials of these reports by combining all of these recognitions in one concise report prepared by an internationally recognized product certification body.

The UES ER-0309 states the Single Skin Steel Roof and Wall Panels with Concealed Fasteners listed in the report satisfy the applicable code requirements which allow for the specification of AEP Span and ASC Building Products listed panels to architects, contractors, specifiers, and designers, and approval of installation by code officials. It also provides code officials with a concise summary of the products’ attributes and documentation of code compliance included in the report. The UES program is built upon IAPMO’s more than 70 years of experience in evaluating products for code compliance, and their evaluation services are ISO

Guide 65 Compliant by American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and meet the requirements of IBC/CBC Section 1703 for approval agencies.

ASC Profiles LLC is a subsidiary of BlueScope Steel and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metals Corporation. ASC Profiles is an industry leading manufacturer of cold-formed steel building components since 1971. ASC Profiles consists of three distinct business divisions, each serving a different market segment within the industry. ASC Steel Deck delivers a high quality line of structural roof and floor deck that has been fully tested for the commercial construction market. AEP Span provides architecturally engineered panels for steel roof and siding products for the commercial and industrial markets. ASC Building Products offers high quality steel roof and wall panels for the residential, light commercial, and agricultural markets.

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