The Architectural and Specialist Door Manufacturers Association (ASDMA) is celebrating it’s 25th year in 2015. As the leading trade association for specialist, bespoke timber doors, ASDMA is the recognised voice of the industry and has represented it’s members throughout the UK and Europe and on all the major committees that could affect legislation and industry standards.
ASDMA was formed in 1990 by a small group of companies, all of whom were members of TRADA’s Quality Assurance Scheme for Timber Fire Doors. Members saw benefits in joining together to support and promote the timber fire door industry.
Since then membership has gone from strength to strength and has grown to not only include leading timber door manufacturers but also suppliers of hardware, seals, glazing and also UKAS accredited test houses. The diversity of membership means the association is uniquely equipped to pull together information on all factors relating to the bespoke timber door industry.
Ian Makins, ASDMA’s Chairman comments: ‘ASDMA are proud to be recognised as a powerful and influential voice of the timber door industry and our diverse membership offers many years of experience and expertise and we hope that our 25th anniversary will be an opportunity for even more members and their customers to appreciate our services’.
An anniversary dinner was held following the recent AGM, held at James Latham’s head office in Hemel Hempstead.
Photo credit: ASDMA members attend the recent AGM