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July 26, 2018  |   Posted In

Tolar Manufacturing Company passes rigorous audit to earn Approved Fabricator certification for five straight years

“Our team is continually identifying process improvements in an effort to exceed client expectations. This certification shows that our efforts are working.”
– Gary Tolar, President, Tolar Manufacturing

Clark County Nevada’s Department of Building & Fire Prevention is an IAS-approved (International Accreditation Service) independent auditing agency whose Approved Fabricator certificate is accepted as the quality standard by architects, contractors and building officials across North America.

Tolar Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Tolar) has for the fifth year in a row successfully completed Clark County Nevada’s rigorous annual audit for the renewal of its Approved Fabricator Certificate. The independent audit covers all aspects of fabrication from engineering and drafting to materials procurement, manufacturing, quality testing and control, extensive team member training and recordkeeping.

Earning this annual certification since 2013 affirms Tolar Manufacturing’s commitment to its clients by providing the highest quality, most durable, and distinctive transit shelters, street furniture, solar solutions, information displays, and SmartPlace™ technology across North America.

“Learning every day and identifying continuous process improvements is extremely important in our company’s culture,” commented Gary Tolar, President of Tolar Manufacturing Company. “Our clients look for us to meet their expectations. Our team strives to exceed those expectations. That’s the critical difference that sets us apart and I couldn’t be more pleased to once again achieve this certification.”

In addition to the Approved Fabricator certification, the American Welding Society certifies all of Tolar Manufacturing’s welders. The company self-audits its facility for quality assurance compliance on a quarterly basis and as a condition of its UL listing, all electrical processes undergo a quarterly audit by inspectors.

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