CCi Plant Certification

CCi Provides Plant Certification Inspections for Architectural Precast Concrete and Prestressed Concrete Manufacturing Facilities and Certification of Precast Concrete Quality Control Personnel.

For over 20 years, CCi has provided America with an assurance of quality from a wide variety of Precast Concrete manufacturing facilities. Architectural wet cast, dry cast, GFRC and Prestressed Concrete production facilities are all inspected by CCi.

CCi Performs Precast/Prestressed Concrete Plant Certification Inspections in 25 States, and Canada.

To ensure that your low bidder is prepared to produce quality concrete products, call CCi for an inspection: (239) 454-7663.


Prestressed Concrete

The CCi Prestressed Concrete Plant Certification Program follows the dictates of PCI MNL 116

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Architectural Precast

CCi administrates the Architectural Precast Concrete Plant Certification Program for the APA

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Precast Drainage QC

All PCSA Quality Control Personnel exams are administered quarterly in conjunction with the PCSA

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In The News

• CCI Captures Florida's Prestressed Certification Market

The vast majority of Florida DOT prestressers have switched to FDOT approved CCI Plant Certification. Plants quickly recognized that a viable certification alternative did exist and would sustain against the intense scrutiny of previous certification providers. Now firmly established in Florida with 70% of the active FDOT approved plants certified by CCI, CCI is poised to offer prestressed certification services to other states. Certification cost savings estimates will easily exceed 60% because no membership fees are charged.

• CCI Offering Live Streaming Inspection Audio/Video to Your Desktop

CCI's new inspection service allows an owner, architect, engineer, or any qualified individual to accompany its inspectors on real time inspections without leaving the comfort of their office. Actual inspection video will be live streamed to select users at 1080p resolution with the viewer able to see and hear the entire inspection. Also, the viewer can communicate with the inspector and actually direct the video.

The entire broadcast is presented over a secure, password-protected channel. The password changes each time a new inspection is broadcast. The inspection can remain resident on the broadcasting channel for further review or be deleted. The service is free with the consent of the plant or jobsite being inspected.