We Back Up Our Commitment to Quality and Safety with Licensing and Certifications that Matter – NASCLA & ICC are the Latest
Ally Energy Solutions is one of the nation’s leading providers of comprehensive energy efficiency solutions for manufacturing, industrial and distribution facilities across the United States with completed projects in more than 40 states. Many of our clients come to us for strategic energy management plans that span multiple facilities across multiple states and the planning and execution of these projects are both complex and multi-faceted. For this reason, we believe in proper licensing and are committed to implementation practices that strictly adhere to quality and safety standards. But it’s not enough to say it – that is why we back our commitment as Nationally Certified General Contractors from both the National Association of State Contracting Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) and the International Code Council (ICC).
National Association of State Contracts Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)
The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) is a non-profit organization with the stated number one goal to, “Support best practices in the construction industry that promote quality standards and public safety, mutual interests and regulation of business practices.” An overarching mission of NASCLA is to assist state licensing agencies with the standardization of licensing criteria, in order to ensure the same level of quality and best practices are maintained throughout the nation. The work of this body is vital – particularly in our industry, where contracts are deployed across state lines.
Ally President, Shawn Rash sees certification from agencies such as NASCLA as a visible demonstration of Ally’s commitment to quality and safety and the alignment of interests between contractor, customer and governing body.
“This certification represents the standard that Ally expects out of every project it performs for its clients,” said Rash. “Ally will continue to set high-performance standards and make the needed investments to be an industry leader in safety and quality.”
International Code Council (ICC)
The International Code Council (ICC) is a 64,000-member organization “dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes.” These codes are related to building safety, fire prevention, and general public safety. As a certificated member of the ICC, Ally Energy holds these standards as its own and supports the work this organization does to maintain the highest caliber of service within the construction industry.
At Ally, we’re proponents of these standards and fully support the code regulations enacted by the ICC, because they provide a pathway to quality verification for clients. Very often, clients must blindly trust the work of their contractor, without knowing if the job is completed incorrectly until safety is compromised or the promised ROI never materializes.
“Both NASCLA and ICC certifications are adopted by states and municipalities that put the health, safety, and quality of work products at the forefront for their residences,” said Rash.
Ally Provides a Dependable Commitment to Quality
Ally Energy is committed to dispelling the uncertainty around project quality. We do this through demonstrated ROI, a commitment to the highest possible quality and safety standards, and the licensing and certifications to support our expertise in these efforts.