During that time our team has grown, the methods and processes of enveloping buildings has improved dramatically, and we’ve had the pleasure of working on thousands of projects with hundreds of architects and general contractors around our region.
We are proud of our rich history of growth. We are proud of our commitment to innovation and the success of every client’s project.
A Commitment to Service
Building envelopes, insulation systems, air/vapor barriers, and thermal barriers all exist for the building. There is nothing ultimately visible about a building envelope. The analogy helps explain how we work with clients. Cameron Building Envelope Specialists is also “invisible.” We are committed to our clients’ budgets, timeframes, and results. One result is long-term building performance. But the greatest result we want to achieve is the trust we earn over time.
A Commitment to Building Science
Building science is a complex and always-emerging field. It demands special expertise, training, and practical experience. To achieve our commitment to service and to accomplish building performance, we must be experts on the science, materials, environments, and code regulations that govern our craft.
What We Do
At Cameron we…
Pay close attention to details.
Work closely w/ manufacturers
Know you can’t see something once it’s covered… so we are precise
Get it done.
Supplier Company Accreditation
The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) is pleased to announce the launch of the SPFA PCP Supplier Company Accreditation at the Spray Foam 2014 Convention.
By definition, an SPFA PCP Accredited Suppler is a Company that has met criteria of the certification scheme for Accreditation. A Supplier is any company who provides materials, equipment or services to the SPF industry.
The SPF Supplier Company Accreditation Handbook outlines the criteria in detail. Here is a recap:
- Supplier offered Training Programs for Contractors
- Supplier Personnel Requirements
- Certified Supplier Representative(s)
- Written Examiner(s)
- Field Examiner(s)
- Best Practices/Risk Management Program Verification
- Supplier offered Written Exam(s) and Field Exam(s)
Companies which operate using good business practices can easily meet most of this criteria and just need to have the appropriate personnel become SPFA PCP Certified and develop a program to offer SPFA PCP Written and Field exams to meet the other criteria.
Please carefully review the Company Personnel section in the Handbook to help you know which and how many of your personnel need to be SPFA PCP Certified individuals to meet this criteria.
Documents to complete the SPFA PCP Supplier Company Accreditation
SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.