Citadel Architectural Products, Inc. is a
manufacturer of composite panels and systems for the commercial
Prior to 1992, we were the Architectural Panels Division of the Weyerhaeuser Company. It was at that time we became a privately held corporation and moved our operations from Tacoma, Washington to a more centrally located facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Beginning with a wood core product that helped establish the industry in 1968, our product line has continued to grow to its current position as the most comprehensive within the industry.
Our line includes different types of exterior cladding (both fabricated and field assembled systems), panels for glazing infill applications, and systems for interior washdown and cleanroom areas. We also produce a number of custom panel solutions for OEM applications.
In addition to a diverse product line, we also bring the designer a complete package by providing all of the necessary trim components, fasteners, sealant, and other accessories needed for installation.
To date, we have accumulated nearly 50 years of industry experience in composite technology. It is this type of experience, along with a commitment to quality, which helped lay the groundwork for obtaining ISO 9001:2000 Certification in 2002. We have continued this drive for quality in our management and production systems, most recently being registered under the ISO 9001:2015 standards.
We also offer customer service and support on a local level through our nationwide representative and distributor network. It is this network that has helped us develop into a strong presence in the domestic marketplace as well reaching into Canada.
Citadel Architectural Products, Inc. is committed to fulfilling and exceeding customer expectations. We are dedicated to the continuous improvement of our products, processes, and services to make Citadel the company of choice.
Every employee is responsible to understand and continually improve our quality system, and ensure that our products and services meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.