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NTA, Inc., Engineering Contractors  General, Nappanee, IN

The NTA, Inc. Story

Building product testing and certification is so important, yet it can seem so overwhelming. That’s why we are dedicated to providing building industry professionals with what they need to ensure the public’s safety in the built environment. Thanks to our deep expertise and specialized technology, we make the testing and certification process simple, seamless and efficient. Our certifications are synonymous with high-quality, unbiased, independent testing across the spectrum of residential and commercial construction.
Learn more about our History of Quality.

What Our Customers Say

Our clients are our number one priority and delighting them is one of the best forms of advertising. We’re proud to have satisfied clients who come back to us again and again.

"We are very excited to take this large step [of a certification program for our structural insulated panels] with NTA and continue our long term partnership."
Joe Fortier, President, ACME Panel Co. 

"JetBoard™ offers superior material composition, is environmentally friendly, contractor friendly and has exceptional durability. The NTA certification is great because it provides credibility and third-party assurance to our program, which is important to our clients."
Jim Wambaugh, president, JetProjects 

"NTA is an industry role model and we’re proud to recognize their ongoing contributions as a supplier to the manufactured and modular housing industry."
Richard Jennison, president, Manufactured Housing Institute 

"The Enercept SIP is the most fully customized panel on the market, and now with the NTA Listing Report, our clients can see a high-quality, third-party verification that our panels are beneficial. These multi-layered panels, used for framing in construction, are structurally stronger and result in lower utility bills than traditional construction. As the holder of two patents related to SIPs, Enercept offers customization with all rough openings “bucked out” and the pre-wiring of roof panels."
―Tom Devinepresident & CEO, Enercept, Inc.