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NFRC Member Spotlight

NFRC has many volunteers who give their valuable time and effort to NFRC and this is only a small way to recognize our valued members. Every month NFRC staff will recognize one member who has gone above and beyond.

NFRC Member Spotlight: Jacob Jonsson

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Soon after I started working at LBNL, I went to my first NFRC meeting in 2006," said

Jacob. "My first presentation was on measurements of fritted glass I did with Mike Rubin, so it is not surprising that I am heavily involved with the work that is carried out on lightscattering measurements right now in NFRC. For the last couple of years I have been chairing the optical properties subcommittee and been involved in different task groups where my optical measurement background has been relevant in one way or another. Once every four years we run a large interlaboratory comparison between all the IGDB data submitters, this is a great opportunity to learn from each other and make sure that the data that is used in NFRC’s procedures is of as high quality as possible. When I get out of my dark basement lab there are endless wonders for me to appreciate in Berkeley and the rest of California.

Thank you, Jacob, for all you do.

Have a voice and a vote:

NFRC members are the only companies who are allowed to vote on ballots and at our spring and fall meetings. Members vote on ballots that propose changes to NFRC documents and procedures. Casting your vote allows you to bring your expertise to the development and future success of NFRC programs and ratings.

Grow your career:
Have the opportunity to broaden your professional skills and resume by participating in or even taking leadership positions on task groups, subcommittees, and committees. As a member you are also eligible to be on the Board of Directors. Our members enjoy annual networking opportunities at our Membership Meeting.

Participate in task groups, subcommittees, and committees and share your expertise as well as learn from others in the industry. NFRC members enjoy a networking reception at our annual membership meeting.

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NFRC members get discounts on most NFRC program fees, NFRC workshops, and the Membership and Committee week meetings. To request a price comparison for your company, please complete this brief questionnaire.


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Member Categories

Fenestration Industry:

Fenestration Manufacturers and Suppliers

Organizations with significant involvement in the manufacturing, sale, or distribution of fenestration products or components.

Fenestration Industry Organizations/Consultants

Organizations who have a significant involvement in representing the interests of or performing services for companies that manufacture, sell, or distribute fenestration products or components

Licensed Independent Inspection and Accreditation Agencies (IA’s)

Organizations who are NFRC-licensed independent certification and inspection agencies

General Contractors/Installers

Organizations with significant involvement in building residential or commercial structures and/or installing fenestration products; or other organizations who have significant involvement in representing the interests of those organizations.

Laboratory Category:

NFRC Accredited Laboratories

Organizations who are NFRC accredited simulation and/or testing laboratories


General Interest Categories

Utilities or Energy Service Providers

Organizations who are public or private utility or energy service providers or organizations who have sifnificant involvement in representing the interest of those organizations.

Architects, Specifiers, or Design Professionals

Organizations who have significant involvement in the purchase or specification of manufactured fenestration products and/or systems or organizations who have a significant amount of activity representing the interests of those organizations.

Government Agencies/Building Officials

Local, state, or federal government agencies or building code agencies

Higher Education Institutions/Researchers

Institutions or organizations of research and higher education

Public Interest/Consumer Associations

Not-for-profit consumer, environmental, energy efficiency or other public interest organizations or organizations who have a significant amount of activity representing the interests of such organizations.

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2017 Spring Committee Meeting

4/2/2017 » 4/5/2017
ASTM Committee Week

4/23/2017 » 4/30/2017
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10/8/2017 » 10/11/2017
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