BM TRADA provides the Q-Mark building systems certification scheme enabling a manufacturer to demonstrate quality and a consistent standard of performance.

“Building Systems” is a generic term for buildings that are manufactured from pre-designed and prefabricated components produced in series off-site.

Q-Mark is the product certification scheme for building and construction products operated by BM TRADA.

BM TRADA is one of the UK’s leading certification bodies with over 35 years’ experience and accredited by UKAS since 1991.

About the Q-Mark building systems certification scheme

The Q-Mark building systems certification scheme is based on the principles of ISO 9001, EN 45011/12, ISO Guide 62/65 and confirms compliance with the main requirements of with ETAG 007, ETAG 012, ETAG 021, ETAG 023 and ETAG 025, whichever is most appropriate to the building(s) to be certified, together with a specific set of performance criteria set by BM TRADA in order to attain a design which performs to a high standard.

Building systems are complex products assembled from factory made components and elements designed to provide specific functions. These could be wall panels, partitions, floor joists, cassette floors, roof trusses or spandrel panels. They may incorporate connections, insulation materials or even services. 

Independent certification of a building system enables the manufacturer to demonstrate that it has been manufactured under a quality management system and it achieves a consistent standard of performance.

Visit our certified company list to find suppliers of BM TRADA certified products or services.