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ISFA stands for the International Surface Fabricators Association, and that's exactly what we are.  Our membership is global, representing fabricators from 13 different countries, and ISFA fabricators are the best of the best, adhering to the ISFA code of ethics, and ISFA's fabrication standards.  ISFA is the only surfacing trade association with published standards for both Solid Surface and Quartz fabrication.  Additionally, our members fabricate all surfaces and participate in both residential and commercial construction projects.  From horizontal surfaces like countertops and desktops, to vertical walls and partitions, to elaborate and highly customized applications, ISFA members are responsible for making the world a little more beautiful, one surface at a time.  Aside from the honor and accolades of being an ISFA professional, members benefit from a variety of education and networking programs, an affiliate program with exclusive member discounts, and peer to peer mentoring.  ISFA was founded upon the principal of "members helping members" and this practice is just as vibrant and relevant today as it was at it's inception in 1996.  If you'd like to learn more, and be considered for ISFA membership, we welcome you to complete our online application.

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Mid-Atlantic Surfaces was initially founded outside of Richmond, Va., in 1989 under the name Mid Atlantic Manufacturing. However, the company has come a long way since then.

The company was originally designed as a plastic laminate shop, but in the 1990s the business was expanded to include solid surface fabrication. With the introduction of solid surface, the company chose to focus on its use in residential countertop applications, growing its clientele and sales by leveraging the new product offering...

With a thorough understanding of the versatility of solid surface, Claudel knew there were some real prospects to improve and develop the business. About a year after purchasing the company, he moved it to a new 30,000-sq.-ft. facility where the business operates today. This allowed for more advanced solid surface equipment.

To learn more about Mid-Atlantic Surfaces, view the full article in the Q4 issue of Countertops & Architectural Surfaces Magazine.