In the construction industry, AENOR certifies organisations that build or manage construction or civil engineering works projects, and also manufacturers of construction materials and companies that install building systems.
The AENOR N Mark is a product's symbol of quality and safety. It is an officially recognised standard by the Public Administration for certain products, in accordance with the Technical Building Code (CTE), the Code on Structural Concrete (EHE-08), or the Code on receiving cement (RC-16).
The CE Marking is a passport that ensures the free flow of products in the European Economic Area. AENOR has been notified by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, before the European Commission, to act as a Notified Body in tasks of assessing the provisions of products included in the scope of application of EU Regulations.
305/2011 for construction products (RPC).
The AENOR management system certifications are benchmarks in the building and civil engineering sector, greatly contributing to quality, environmental health, sustainability, and construction innovation.
Specific certifications for building and civil engineering works
June 2017 - No. 327
The Standard UNE 85219 defines the systems and technical conditions that manufacturers, installers, product advisors, and project managers must comply with for the proper installation of windows in openings.
February 2016 - No. 312
Environmental Product Declarations (DAP) demonstrates that a product respects the environment as it offers relevant, transparent, comparable and verified information.
May 2016 - No. 315
Building Information Modelling is a work methodology for the management of construction projects.
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