Certifications & Organizations

Our team is fully qualified to help with your next project.

Proper training and certification is important to DH Pace to insure the most safe and reliable service in the door industry.

Our company and technicians have completed a wide variety of training and certification programs from the most prestigious organizations in the industry, and some programs –like FDDT and FireCheck certifications– are unique to DH Pace employees.

The International Door Association aims to attain a level of product and installation quality unmatched in any other industry. It plays an important role in the process of quality creation and control by providing helpful programs and services to those who sell, install, and service the superb products produced by manufacturers.

The American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers (AAADM) is a trade association of power-operated automatic door manufacturers. AADM was established in 1994 to raise public awareness about automatic doors and certify automatic door inspectors. AADM also sets industry standards that govern installation, sensing devices, and safety requirements for automatic pedestrian doors.

DHI is the advocate and primary resource for information, professional development and certification for the North American openings marketplace. DHI strives to be the indispensable resource for industry trends, best business practices and advanced education. DHI is a powerful advocate for creating a favorable code environment in the life safety and security industry.

For more than 16 years, the Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association (PRSM) has been the leading membership organization empowering retail facilities professionals by delivering industry best practices, education, forums and partnerships. PRSM has an actively engaged community of multi-site retailers and reputable vendor partners who value business relationships, lifelong learning, industry credibility and recognition. PRSM helps members achieve success and gain competitive advantage through quality programs and resources.

CSI develops specification best practices, promotes standards/formats, professional education, and certifications for writers in the private sector, design professionals concerned about communicating their vision in construction documents, constructors interested in delivering high-quality facilities, and material suppliers with unique solutions to construction challenges. These construction professionals work together as CSI members to effectively communicate the designers vision, the mat