TMI SYSTEMS CORPORATION

PRODUCTS

TMI is a single-source manufacturer, with a complete product offering including casework, architectural woodwork, and countertops, all built to the highest quality standards recognized in the industry.

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CASEWORK

TMI's fixed modular, flexible rail-mounted, and mobile casework solutions allow various market segments to respond to changing work space and storage requirements.

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ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK

When assembling architectural woodwork for a project, TMI takes great care in executing the designer's vision of integrating all components into the design of the building space.

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COUNTERTOPS

TMI countertops cohesively merge form and function, while remaining durable and capable of supporting rigorous work activities, in many market segment applications.

 

MARKETS

TMI's products are custom engineered to meet market specific requirements. From the durability

requirements of K-12 Education projects, to the elegance of University projects, to the functional needs

of a Healthcare project, TMI has the design flexibility necessary to accomplish each.

INDUSTRY

TMI is proud to be an active member of these important industry associations, and supporter of their programs.

Click each industry logo to learn more:

Architectural Woodwork Institute

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The Architectural Woodwork Institute has been the voice of the woodworking industry for more than half a century. AWI's Vision is to be the global leader in architectural woodwork standards, industry-specific education and member networking opportunities.

Visit: www.awinet.org

AWI Quality Certification Program

AWI QCP

AWI's Quality Certification Program (QCP) is a risk management tool that design professionals and building owners rely on to validate the skills and abilities of architectural woodworkers. By writing QCP into contract documents you eliminate potential worry about woodwork woes at the very beginning of a project.

Visit: www.awiqcp.org

Forest Stewardship Council®

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FSC® is an independent, non-profit organization that protects forests for future generations.  Today, FSC operates in more than 80 countries, wherever forests are present.

Visit: www.us.fsc.org

US Green Building Council

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USGBC is committed to transforming the way our buildings are designed, constructed and operated through LEED.   Every day USGBC is helping advance spaces that are better for the environment and healthier for us to live, work and play in.

Visit: www.usgbc.org

Woodwork Institute

Woodwork Institute

Established in 1951 as a not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to the preservation of the use of wood as a building material, Woodwork Institute has grown into a national organization whose primary purpose is to ensure excellence and craftsmanship in woodwork.

Visit: www.woodworkinstitute.com

Scientific Equipment Furniture Association

Scientific Equipment Furniture Association

SEFA was organized in 1988 to meet the needs of an important industry of lab designers and manufacturers of laboratory furniture.  Members work to advance the goal of creating a safe lab environment.

Visit: www.sefalabs.com

AIA Continuing Education Provider

Scientific Equipment Furniture Association

TMI provides three courses which contribute 1 credit hour each toward Health/Safety/Welfare requirements.

  • TMI001 - TMI Casework Factory Tour
  • TMI002 - TMI Woodwork Factory Tour
  • TMI003 - Casework Specifications

Contact your local TMI Dealer to schedule a course today!

United Brotherhood of Carpenters

Scientific Equipment Furniture Association

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America represents more than a half-million men and women who provide safe, productive work every day. We equip our professional craftsmen with skills that are demanded in today’s construction industry.

Visit: www.carpenters.org

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 DUNS Number: 051767515

 

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

Carbons Emissions

Controlling the carbon emissions generated by producing any building product is a tremendous challenge for the combined consumer, design and manufacturing entities across the globe. TMI proudly offers wood based products which are not only recycled, but also contribute to a lower carbon emission footprint in American buildings.

 

TMI products may contribute to LEED credit requirements:

Select each LEED credit to view more details.

MRc4.1 Recycled Content (10%)

LEED Statement:  Incorporating recycled content materials, reducing impacts resulting from extraction and processing of new virgin materials.

TMI Contribution

  • Particleboard cores contribute as 100% Pre-Consumer recycled wood content.
  • MDF cores contribute as 90% Pre-Consumer recycled wood content.
  • Plywood does not contribute to recycled wood content.

Learn More

  • View the TMI LEED contributions of particleboard (PDF)
  • View the TMI LEED contributions of MDF (PDF)
MRc4.2 Recycled Content (20%)

LEED Statement:  Incorporating recycled content materials, reducing impacts resulting from extraction and processing of new virgin materials.

TMI Contribution

  • Particleboard cores contribute as 100% Pre-Consumer recycled wood content.
  • MDF cores contribute as 90% Pre-Consumer recycled wood content.
  • Plywood does not contribute to recycled wood content.

Learn More

  • View the TMI LEED contributions of particleboard (PDF)
  • View the TMI LEED contributions of MDF (PDF)
MRc5.1 Regional Materials (10%)

LEED Statement:  Incorporating regional materials, reducing the environmental impacts resulting from transportation.

TMI Contribution

  • TMI products are MANUFACTURED in Dickinson, ND.
  • Core materials are HARVESTED in Montana, Idaho, and Oregon.

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MRc5.2 Regional Materials (20%)

LEED Statement:  Incorporating regional materials, reducing the environmental impacts resulting from transportation.

TMI Contribution

  • TMI products are MANUFACTURED in Dickinson, ND.
  • Core materials are HARVESTED in Montana, Idaho, and Oregon.

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MRc7.0 Certified Wood

LEED Statement:  Encouraging environmentally responsible forest management.

TMI Contribution

  • TMI is FSC Chain-of-Custody Certified with claim of Mix 70%.
  • The TMI CoC Certificate is RA-COC-003834 (PDF).

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IEQc4.1 Low Emitting Materials: Adhesives

LEED Statement:  Reduce the quality of indoor contaminants which affect the comfort and well-being of occupants.

TMI Contribution

  • TMI utilizes Wilsonart #3116 PVA adhesives for cold press applications, meeting the requirements of LEED IEQc4.1.

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IEQc4.4 Low Emitting Materials: Composite Wood

LEED Statement:  Reduce the quality of indoor contaminants which affect the comfort and well-being of occupants.

TMI Contribution

  • TMI core material products, including PARTICLEBOARD, MDF and PLYWOOD, are available with NAF (no added formaldehyde) options.

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TMI is a proud
supporter of these
environmental
organizations:

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ABOUT TMI

TMI Casework

TMI Cares

TMI Systems Corporation supplies laminate casework, architectural woodwork, and countertops to the national institutional building markets. The main segments served for the institutional building market are education and healthcare. The balance are projects such as laboratories, sports stadiums, airports, museums, banks, and other commercial projects.

TMI Corporation brings its products to market through three sales channels: its direct sales division, a national group of independent dealers, and millwork companies. Dealers are responsible for promoting the TMI products to architects, owners, general contractors, and construction managers, and are also responsible for bidding, project managing, and installing TMI products.

TMI’s products are built to order and to architectural specification. They feature a wide array of product options that are best described by the phrase “mass customization”. TMI has developed sophisticated information management systems and production processes to accurately manage large quantities of information. TMI has been focused on successfully managing extensive, complex information since the mid-1980's.

Market forecasters such as McGraw Hill predict construction projects will continue to increase in complexity. The choice to embrace technology, made by TMI several years ago, has led to the development of our proprietary casework engineering software called jSEPP. This engineering software enables TMI to price, engineer and manufacture a nearly infinite combination of casework products, offering many variables in terms of colors, dimensions, hardware selections, materials and construction details.

Learn more about TMI's business philosophy and history.

 

DEALERS

TMI's Dealer Network consists of independently owned businesses across the United States. TMI Dealers are local, providing the highest levels of customer service, from design through delivery. Find the TMI Dealer located nearest to you by selecting the button below.

TMI Dealers