CCCA™

CCCA Overview

CSI's Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) certification demonstrates you have a high level of knowledge for developing, administering and enforcing construction documentation. Passing the CCCATM exam means you’ve proven your skill in:

  • Quality assurance and quality control
  • Bidding and negotiating procedures
  • Construction observation and inspection
  • Division 01, General and Supplemental Conditions, agreements, and all other documents related to the project
  • Enforcement and liability
…and you may use the designation "CCCA" after your name, on your LinkedIn, business cards and resume — plus, proudly share your CCCATM digital badge.

Exam Application Requirements:

  • If you are not a CDT: a minimum of five (5) years of industry experience is required, plus two (2) letters from industry references to verify your years of experience. In order for your application to be processed, please submit both reference letters in .doc or .pdf format prior to beginning registration to certification@csinet.org.
  • If you are already a CDT®: a minimum of two (2) years of industry experience is required and no references or letters are required.

Spring 2021 Exam Cycle
(CDT®
, CCSTM, CCCATM)
Registration: February 17 - May 14, 2021
Exam Window: May 3 - June 4, 2021

Dates Member Non-Member
Early Registration 2/17 - 3/10 $375 $625
Standard Registration 3/11 - 4/18 $460 $795
Final Registration 4/19 - 5/14 $545 $935
Student
(CDT® only)
All dates $165
Exam Window May 3 - June 4, 2021

Registration cost does not include prep materials, courses, practice guides, or the AIA A-201 or EJCDC C-700 exam source materials, which may be purchased separately. For bulk rate pricing and registration, please contact Themica McBee, Membership Manager at tmcbee@csinet.org
4 Easy Steps to
Maintain your Certification

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