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Tolar Manufacturing Company earns Approved Fabricator status from Clark County Nevada for four straight years

June 20, 2017  |   Posted In Uncategorized

“Passing this detailed outside audit demonstrates Tolar’s continued commitment to and compliance with top quality fabrication processes.”
– Gary Tolar, President, Tolar Manufacturing

Tolar Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Tolar) has once again successfully completed Clark County Nevada’s rigorous annual audit for the renewal of its Approved Fabricator Certificate. As an IAS (International Accreditation Service) approved building department, Clark County is a respected and trusted independent auditing agency whose Approved Fabricator Certificate is often accepted as the quality standard by architects, contractors and building officials throughout North America.

Earning this certification for the last four years assures Tolar customers that they are working with a company dedicated to providing the highest quality, most durable, distinctive transit shelters, street furniture and information display solutions throughout North America.

“I couldn’t be more pleased with our team,” commented Gary Tolar, President of Tolar Manufacturing. “Passing this detailed outside audit demonstrates Tolar’s continued commitment to process improvement and compliance with top quality fabrication processes.” The independent audit conducted by Clark County covers all aspects of fabrication from engineering and drafting to materials procurement, manufacturing, quality testing and control, extensive team member training and recordkeeping.

In addition to this prestigious 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, with all electrical processes undergo a quarterly audit by inspectors.

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