The NTA Mark
Abbreviation NTA Formation 1975 Headquarters Nappanee, Indiana, United States President and CEO David A. Tompos Staff 67 (2010) Website www.ntainc.com
NTA Inc is a nationally recognized testing laboratory and third party certification agency headquartered in Nappanee, Indiana, USA.
NTA evaluates and certifies products for the residential and commercial building industry.
Evaluation reports from NTA are used by code officials to verify that new and innovative building products comply with code requirements.
NTA is accredited by IAS, a subsidiary of the International Code Council
NTA is one of five private agencies approved by the federal government to review and inspect factory built housing.
NTA was formed in 1975
- Official NTA website
- Product Certification certificate of accreditation
- Product Inspection Agency certificate of accreditation
- Testing Laboratory certificate of accreditation
- Product Certification and Evaluation: A Comparison of Approaches to Building Product Approval by The Federation of American Scientists
- HUD approved Inspection Agencies
- NTA code report for SIPA
- Design Review and Inspection Agencies for the Texas Industrialized Housing program
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