WHY CHOOSE CAL-CERT?
Cal-Cert is committed to providing the highest level of service to our customers. Our technicians are required to complete a rigorous training program as well as on the job training for a minimum of 6 months before working unsupervised. Many of our technicians received training in the various branches of the military; this experience, along with the factory training listed below makes us the best choice for your calibration needs.
THE CAL-CERT ADVANTAGE
CAL-CERT CORE VALUES
CAL-CERT COMPANY HISTORY
Cal-Cert was founded in 1976 in order to provide calibration and service of temperature and force instruments. At that time services were limited to Oregon and Washington. As the industry developed and the demand increased, we expanded both our coverage area and our scope of services. We began calibration of pressure and dimensional instruments as well as many specialty instruments.1976
Beginning in the mid 1970's we were asked to represent several manufacturers' lines of construction materials testing instruments for both service and sales in the Northwest. This enabled us to supply our customers with the equipment we were servicing as well as other equipment used in construction materials testing.Mid-1970's
In 1984 we began to design and manufacture our own line of concrete compression machines (Cal-Teck) which included 250,000 lb, 400,000 lb and 1,000,000 lb machines.1984
Focus on Service
We manufactured machines until 1994 at which time the demand for calibration and service was so high, we decided to close our manufacturing operation and focus on calibration and service.1994
Marshall Doyle Buys Cal-Cert
In 1999 Cal-Cert was purchased by Marshall Doyle, an employee of Cal-Cert. Marshall's training and experience in the Air Force, experience as an Operations Manager and his electronics education provide a great deal of knowledge that enabled Cal-Cert to maintain its position as a leader in the industry.1999
Test Technology AcquiredPart of Cal-Cert's growth strategy has been acquiring other calibration providers throughout the U.S. In 2005 we purchased Test Technology, Inc in Edina, Minnesota.2005
Seattle Location Opens, Cal-Test Acquired in Denver
Cal-Cert Service Location opened in Seattle, Washington.
Mike Johnson, a 40 year Tinius Olsen tech joins Cal-Cert and trains several technicians on testing machine and extensometer calibrations.
Purchase of Cal-Test, Inc in Denver, Colorado.2008
Earhart Instrumentation Acquired
Purchase of Earhart Instrumentation, Inc in Vancouver, Washington - Now Servicing Heat Treat Industry2009
Boise Location Opens
Cal-Cert Service Location opened in Boise, Idaho2012
Denver Location Opens
Cal-Cert Service Location opened in Denver, Colorado2013
The Scale Guy Acquired
Purchase of The Scale Guy in Portland, Oregon - Increased food industry and heavier scales reach.2015
Purchase of Associated Calibration, Inc (A-CAL) in Anaheim, California.2016
Southeastern US Acquisitions
Purchase of On-Site Calibration and Force Measurement Services, Inc, both located in the Southeastern U.S.2017
Measure the Difference
Today Cal-Cert provides equipment, calibration and service to customers worldwide from many locations throughout the United States. Our corporate headquarters and one of our ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited laboratories is located in Portland, Oregon. We have service locations strategically located throughout the United States in order to service our customers as effectively as possible.
Although we have staff throughout the United States, the management of the business is maintained in our Portland, Denver and Anaheim offices in order to ensure the continuation of the highest level of service possible.
Our locations are continually expanding as the demand for our service increases. It is our goal to provide On-Site Accredited calibrations throughout the U.S. Our target is to complete all customer calibrations within 5 days in all 50 states.
Please take the time to review our scope of services, our product lines and our service areas.TODAY