Techstreet Expands Online Offering of Construction and Safety Industry Codes and Standards

A complete and up-to-date online library gives contractors the tools needed to integrate sustainable construction and safety practices into their operations

New York, NY June 29, 2011 . Techstreet, a Thomson Reuters business, announced today that it has signed agreements with a wide range of construction and safety standards publishers to distribute standards, manuals and codes online. The online availability of these standards promotes industry compliance, safety and public health by providing a central location for engineers, technicians and contractors to easily access critical information.

New Techstreet construction and safety standards include:

  • Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA)
  • American Ladder Institute (ALI), also known as the ANSI A14 Ladder Standards
  • American Society of Sanitary Engineering (ASSE)
  • International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO)
  • International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA)
  • International Electrical Testing Association (NETA)
  • National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
  • Scaffold Industry Association (SIA)

These standards are part of a larger collection of leading construction and safety standards available at Techstreet, including ASTM, ISO, ASME, ASHRAE, AWS, ASSE (Safety), NFPA, IEEE and many more. Standards can be ordered quickly and easily online at www.techstreet.com. Users can choose to download standards immediately in PDF format, receive printed copies by overnight delivery or gain Web-based access for multiple users at various business locations through Techstreet Subscriptions.

"Instantaneous access to IAPMO's codes and standards, from any location at any time through Techstreet represents a real game-changer for our industry," said Allen Inlow, IAPMO senior director of Business and Product Development. "By joining forces with Techstreet, IAPMO can even more readily place our tools in the hands of the folks who every day carry out our mission to protect public health and safety through sound plumbing and mechanical practices."

"We are pleased to provide the construction and safety industry with a rich online library of sustainable construction and safety practices," said Andrew Bank, director of Business Development, Techstreet. "We're committed to supporting this industry by providing greater exposure for industry publishers while also giving our customers a much-needed service."

About Techstreet 
Techstreet uses advanced Web technologies to speed delivery of industry codes and standards to engineers and technical professionals worldwide. Anyone can freely and easily search an online database of 500,000 codes, standards and technical books aggregated from over 350 of the world's leading authorities, including, ASHRAE, ANSI, ASTM, API, ASME, BSI, IEC, CSA, DIN, IEEE, ISO, NFPA and others. Standards are available for individual purchase in PDF format and print, or as an enterprise license through Techstreet Subscriptions, a Web-based information portal. Techstreet is a Thomson Reuters business. For more information, visit www.techstreet.com.

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