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Sloan: Company Joins MasterSpec to Better Meet Needs of Architects, Engineers, Designers



Salt Lake City, Utah — June 17, 2016 — Sloan has partnered with ARCOM, the leader in building specification services and tools, to promote Sloan products to architects, engineers, and design professionals through MasterSpec, the ultimate software resource for producing specifications.

ARCOM carefully reviews each manufacturer and its products to ensure they meet the quality criteria for which MasterSpec is known. MasterSpec, a product of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), has become the most trusted and comprehensive specification system in the building industry. ARCOM provides manufacturer and product information for thousands of products. Product specifiers can quickly access a list of building product manufacturers that is organized by sections. ARCOM’s team of professional spec writers have worked with Sloan to modify original MasterSpec sections to include content applicable to Sloan products.

“Sloan’s partnership with ARCOM is our latest effort to provide architects, interior designers, and engineers with the most comprehensive — and easy-to-specify — commercial plumbing offering,” said Sloan Vice President of Marketing Parthiv Amin. “MasterSpec will enable specifiers to quickly build specifications using Sloan products, saving them time versus having to research manufactures’ websites for the information.”

The MasterSpec platform is used by 85 percent of the top architectural and engineering firms in the country. This partnership with ARCOM, coupled with the fact that Sloan recently launched a new website ( and has recently introduced several new AIA, LEED, IDCEC, and ASPE Continuing Education courses, shows Sloan’s commitment to working collaboratively with architectural, engineering, and design firms.


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