Amerified Launches in Miami to Aid Discovery of U.S. Manufactured Products

The main goal of the tech start-up is to support and enhance the acquisition of construction and infrastructure goods.

Amerified has officially launched as the premier digital catalog for building and infrastructure products made exclusively in the U.S. The Miami-based company’s mission is to provide an efficient and straightforward process for sourcing domestically manufactured products. This service is precious for projects funded by the $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Amerified’s goal is to streamline and simplify the process of finding high-quality products that meet the necessary standards and regulations.

To help to identify building and infrastructure products that comply with federal domestic manufacturing requirements, as mandated by the Infrastructure Law, Amerified offers a centralized solution for U.S. manufactured building products, which helps to reduce the amount of time that businesses use to spend searching online or making phone calls to determine whether a particular product met their needs while also fulfilling the requirements of the Build America, Buy America Act.

Brian Kronberg, the Founder and president of Amerified, had firsthand experience with some of the challenging aspects of construction and transportation infrastructure projects. With over 15 years of experience in these fields, he was motivated to simplify the procurement process for others facing the same obstacles across the nation, which led him to venture into the world of Amerified.

“Through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the United States has made a significant investment towards building a better and safer infrastructure for our country for years to come,” Kronberg says. “Over $200 billion of projects around the country have already been announced and U.S. manufactured construction and building products are in high demand. Amerified will play a big part in ensuring that these products are easier to find; we’d like to be the go-to source for architects, engineers, contractors and owners who are responsible for delivering these projects.”

Amerified’s mission was something that Crossville, Inc. had faith in from the start. As a prominent supplier of porcelain, stone, glass, and natural stone, the company recognized the potential of Amerified.

“As the first producer of large-scale porcelain tiles in the United States, our capabilities have expanded over the years, and Amerified helps showcase our state-of-the-art porcelain tiles to a design/build audience that truly care about American manufacturing,” Lindsey Waldrep says, Vice President of Marketing for Crossville, Inc., a manufacturer of porcelain tile.

Amerified has teamed up with top manufacturers nationwide and currently offers a selection of around 2,000 products on its site. The company’s product range is expected to expand further as the Amerified network grows.

For more information, visit Amerified.io.

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