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The American Architectural Manufacturer Association (AAMA) is made up of people like you, people who are concerned about the direction of their company and the industry. As a material-neutral organization, AAMA brings together window, door, skylight, curtain wall and storefront manufacturers, suppliers and test labs to represent our individual and shared concerns. Our membership is comprised of large and small companies that are both residentially and commercially focused.

What can AAMA offer you?
  • AAMA proactively and effectively drives code development and is influential with regard to construction and specification issues.
  • The AAMA Certification Label shows your products meet rigorous performance standards.
  • AAMA standards are developed to solve critical issues in the industry. 
  • AAMA is also active and influential in the Western and Southeastern regions of the U.S.
  • AAMA's Councils focus specifically on your product or material

To learn how you can benefit from AAMA membership, visit the Join Us page.

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September 29, 2016

Mike Collins Offers Industry Forecast at AAMA Fall Conference

During the AAMA 2016 National Fall Conference, Michael Collins, partner and managing director of Building Industry Advisors, LLC, provided an economic overview and outlook of the window and door industry.

September 28, 2016

AAMA Sustainability Steering Committee Hosts Speakers on WELL Building Standard, Air Quality Testing

During the AAMA 2016 National Fall Conference, the AAMA Sustainability Steering Committee hosted two speakers who stressed the importance of wellness in buildings the industry assists in creating and renovating. Lauren Wallace (Epsten Group) focused on the WELL Building Standard and the Living Building Challenge, followed by Dr. Elliott Horner (UL), who gave those in attendance information on indoor air quality testing and its merits.


October 6, 2016

SSGC Dives into Working on Safety Initiative, More

At the AAMA Fall Conference held in Savannah, GA in September, the Skylight/Sloped Glazing Council heard from several task groups with project updates on matters like updates to the committee’s Skylight Selection and Design Guide, a fall protection campaign and code developments. Work will continue at the AAMA Annual Conference in February to be held in Phoenix, AZ.

October 6, 2016

Public Comments on ICC Group B Codes Discussed

At the AAMA Fall Conference, the AAMA Skylight/Sloped Glazing Codes and Regulatory Affairs Committee received an update on skylight-related code activity, specifically with regards to the ICC Group B Code Development Cycle.

October 5, 2016

Finishes Committee Works Toward Consolidating AAMA/WDMA Standards, Discusses Certification

At the AAMA Fall Conference, the Wood and Cellulosic Composite Material Council discussed the current work of the WCCMC Finishes Committee, newsletter topics and an AAMA opportunity regarding ASTM. Work on these matters will continue in 2017 at the AAMA Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ this February.


October 14, 2016

AAMA Value Extends Beyond Card-Carrying Membership

Milgard benefitted from AAMA involvement long before I became an active member. Starting out as an aluminum window company in 1962, Milgard has been an AAMA member for more than 50 years. We've been participating as both a member and an AAMA certification licensee for a very long time, and the value AAMA brings to our company and the industry only continues to grow.

October 7, 2016

Members Share Southern Charm on Social Media at Fall #AAMAconf

Were you at the AAMA Fall Conference last month in Savannah, GA? If you missed out, you can still see what participants were up to down south by searching the hashtag #AAMAconf on Twitter and Instagram. From the river boat cruise and the product supplier display to the World Vision backpack build and opening general session, see what happened at the third and final national AAMA event of 2016.

September 23, 2016

JDMG Uses Teamwork to Maintain and Update the North American Fenestration Standard

This summer, I had the opportunity to attend an in-person meeting with the members of the Joint Document Management Group (JDMG), a unique group made up of representatives from three different industry associations. The JDMG is comprised of members affiliated with AAMA, the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). The group was created in order to update and maintain the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS).

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