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AWI seeks comments on proposed standard

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The Architectural Woodwork Institute invites public comments on its proposed Manufactured Wood Casework standard (AWI 1232) through Oct. 11.

AWI 1232 provides aesthetic and performance standards for Manufactured Wood Casework and related interior finishes designed and manufactured/supplied for specific construction projects. Such casework is typically produced in stock incremental measurements and typically available by manufacturer/supplier’s product line catalog, according to the AWI.

The proposed standard is available at http://gotoawi.com/standards/awi1232.html.

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