IICRC moves global headquarters


LAS VEGAS — The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) has announced that it will move its headquarters from Vancouver, WA, to its Global Resource Center in Las Vegas, NV, according to a press release.

The move comes as part of a management firm transition by the IICRC from KCI to Metacred, an association management firm specializing in credentialing programs. Metacred was chosen after a comprehensive request for proposal process.

As part of the management transition, the IICRC hopes to improve overall operational efficiencies, including improvements to the exam development and review system.

“Moving the Institute management operations to our Global Resource Center has long been a part of our strategic vision,” said Tony Wheelwright, IICRC chairman. “While there are a number of benefits, a primary benefit is offering our key stakeholders better access to the Institute operations and improving the transparency of our operations. It’s an exciting time.”

The move also will allow the IICRC to use its new proximity to some of the largest trade shows in the industry to capitalize on attendance — providing certification resources.

The new IICRC headquarters address is 4043 S Eastern Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89119. It's telephone number is 775-553-5458.

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