Code Compliance Research Reports (CCRR)
- ANSI Accredited Product Certification Program
- Accepted by local and regional code officials nationwide
- Developed and signed by qualified licensed professionals with recognized industry experience
- Validated through qualified independent quality assurance
Value: Serving A Critical Need
Code and building officials cannot be experts in all products over which they have
jurisdiction. They depend on research reports from accredited programs using licensed
professionals. The Code Compliance Research Report program was developed by Architectural
Testing to meet this need. A Code Compliance
Research Report (CCRR) provides the evidence,
technical information, and professional evaluation that a building official relies
upon to determine that a product, component, or method of construction complies
with a specified code.
Architectural Testing’s ANSI-accredited CCRR program provides accurate,
thorough product evaluations developed by respected, licensed professional engineers
within a time frame that gives you
the best chance of getting your products approved in the market place in the shortest
possible time and at a reasonable fee.
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Innovation: CCRRs Provide Qualified Evaluations
Architectural Testing Code Compliance Research Reports provide officials and decision makers
with substantial evidence that the product complies with applicable provisions of their
An Architectural Testing CCRR is a good faith determination made by licensed professional
engineers that an alternative material, product, design or method of construction has been
demonstrated by approved testing and engineering analysis to comply with the intent of the
provisions of the building codes referenced in the report. CCRRs are based upon review of
test reports from qualified independent laboratories as well as engineering analysis,
drawings and evaluations from other qualified professionals.
Each CCRR is developed and signed by qualified Architectural Testing licensed professional
with recognized industry experience. It has an exclusive Architectural Testing CCRR number
applied to the product or offering. That number means it was:
- Tested and evaluated for conformance to building code requirements
- Manufactured under a recognized and approved quality control system
- Conforms on an ongoing basis via unannounced inspections by a qualified independent agency
Local and regional code officials have accepted CCRRs created by Architectural Testing; in
addition, they are accessible to the public via the Web.
The Architectural Testing Code Compliance Research Report program is accredited as a product
certification program by the American National Standards Institute. ANSI accreditation adds
an additional level of integrity and confidence to a program that has already gained wide
acceptance among building code officials.
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