Product Certification Consultancy


Product certification consultancy services in the construction and construction materials sector: product agrément certification, British Board of Agrément (BBA), Kiwa BDA, international Technical Assessment Boards (TABs), CE Marking.

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Sold By: CIUB Ltd.


CIUB is a Belfast-based design and certification consultancy with experience in manufacturing, building materials, construction systems and prefabrication.

What makes certification so vital?

Building product certification is a vital part of launching any new construction product or system – particularly innovative products. CIUB takes a flexible approach to certification consultancy based on individual business needs and levels of in-house expertise. This can include:

  • full management of the certification process
  • certification process planning and scheduling
  • test planning and management
  • design review and refinement
  • trouble-shooting design challenges specific to certification

Where CIUB can make a difference to the process?

From CE-marking to agrément certification, the challenges of the certifying construction systems can be vast, and the process labyrinthine. Without focused management, the certification process can create significant unexpected costs and business-threatening project delays.

CIUB has significant experience in managing product certification, rationalising test programmes and delivering projects quicker and with tangible savings for clients. If certification and regulatory compliance for a key component of your tender application, CIUB can provide targeted certification expertise and support to help you secure vital work.

If you would like to get in touch to discuss your project and design challenges, email or call (+44)7791 568041.

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