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AESCO, Inc.

Huntington Beach, California


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Adam Chamaa
17782 Georgetown Lane Huntington Beach , California 92647

Phone: (714) 375-3830 Fax: adam.chamaa@aescotech.com http://www.aescotech.com
Quality Management System - accredited since 7/10/2009
R18, ISO/IEC 17025 (Iron and Steel), C1077 (Aggregate), C1077 (Concrete), C1093 (Masonry), D3666 (Asphalt Mixture), E329 (Aggregate), E329 (Concrete)

Asphalt Mixture - accredited since 11/12/2019
T30, T166 (Cores), T209, T269, T275 (Cores), T308, T329

Soil - accredited since 8/5/2010
T180, D421, D1140, D1557, D2216, D2487, D4318, D4643, D4829

Aggregate - accredited since 7/10/2009
T11, T84, T85, T96, T176, T210, T304, T335, C40, C117, C127, C128, C136, C566, C702, D2419, D4791

Concrete - accredited since 2/17/2011
C31 (Cylinders), C39, C138, C143, C172, C173, C231, C511, C617 (8000 psi and below), C1064, C1231 (7000 psi and below)

Masonry - accredited since 1/24/2014
C140 (Concrete Masonry Units) (Sampling and Testing Concrete Masonry Units and Related Units)
C1552 (Capping Concrete Masonry Units, Related Units and Masonry Prisms for Compression Testing)

Iron and Steel - accredited since 6/22/2015
M31-T244 / A615-A370 (Carbon-Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Tension (Elongation))
M31-T244 / A615-A370 (Carbon-Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Tension (Ultimate Tensile Strength))
M31-T244 / A615-A370 (Carbon-Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Tension (Yield Strength))
A615-CT670 (Carbon-Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Testing Mechanical and Welded Splices)
A706-CT670 (Low Alloy Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Testing Mechanical and Welded Splices)
A970-A370 (Headed Steel Bars: Tension (Elongation))
A970-A370 (Headed Steel Bars: Tension (Ultimate Tensile Strength))
A970-A370 (Headed Steel Bars: Tension (Yield Strength))
A615-A1034 (Carbon-Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Testing Mechanical Splices)
A706-A1034 (Low Alloy Steel Bars, Deformed and Plain: Testing Mechanical Splices)

Please note that our accreditations do not include an expiration date. An accreditation only expires when the laboratory fails to comply with our accreditation requirements.

* This information is only valid as of 7/2/2020. Please visit http://www.aashtoresource.org for current accreditation status.
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