CCPR Domains

Domain 1: Professional Development and Relationship Building (13%) 1A – Promote and provide continuing education presentations that are appropriately accredited (e.g., AIA, IIDA).
1B – Maintain or acquire personal certifications from various relevant organizations (e.g., CSI, IIDA).
1C – Build and maintain professional relationships via collaboration and professional memberships (e.g., CSI, IIDA).
1D – Assist in training staff at distribution partners and educate suppliers.
1E – Continue to be a student of the construction industry and develop avenues of sharing that information at the proper stage of the project.
1F – Participate in relevant industry events (e.g., tradeshows, tabletops).
Domain 2: Pre-Design (30%) 2A – Conduct background research on firm, including current projects and culture.
2B – Identify intended objective of calls and meetings.
2C – Educate on the value of using your product to A/E, Owner, Facility Managers, Contractor, Installer and Supplier based on relevant product information and related services.
2D – Establish customer’s learning objectives and match non-proprietary presentations to meet customer’s needs.
2E – Conduct product-specific presentations aligned with the represented organization's project needs.
2F – Follow-up with customer and firm after presentations.
2G - Monitor changing needs and expectations of the client. 
2H - Inform customers of proper and improper product applications and incompatibilities for a project.
2I - Identify regional differences to provide optimal product/system and option selections for projects.
2J - Maintain current product information with A/E firms.
2K - Plan marketing effort or participate in promotional activities.
2L - Communicate product/system improvements, new products, literature, market needs and trends, and services back to manufacturers.
Domain 3: Design Phase (25%) 3A – Consult with designer/design team to learn and understand project design intent.
3B – Identify and recommend product, system, material, and services relevant to the project.
3C – Provide timely and accurate information (e.g., product, technical, lead-time estimation).
3D – Provide, review, and/or update specification sections for project specific products, systems, and materials.
3E – Provide supplemental information, materials, and services as needed (e.g., drawings, cut sheets, calculations, BIM).
3F – Provide budget pricing.
3G – Recommend ancillary products compatible with specified products, systems, and materials.
3H – Provide guidance on product integration with adjacent products and systems.
3I – Maintain understanding of current codes and regulatory standards in accordance with applicable products, systems, and materials.
3J – Provide information on storage, handling, installation, maintenance requirements, and warranties.
3K - Evaluate and recommend solutions for RFIs and proposal requests.
Domain 4: Procurement (15%) 4A – Provide required submittals (e.g., product information, shop drawings, calculations, samples, mockups).
4B – Assess product, system, and material availability to meet project schedule.
4C – Evaluate and recommend solutions during preparation of addenda.
4D – Facilitate access to timely pricing on materials, systems, and products for bidding.
4E – Submit product, system, and material for prior approvals, when appropriate or required (includes substitutions).
4F – Identify qualified installers and applicators.
4G – Identify qualified product suppliers.
Domain 5: Construction (17%) 5A – Provide Contractor with product, system, and material information for delivery, storage, handling, installation, initial maintenance requirements, and warranty.
5B – Participate in project preinstallation meetings when required or requested.
5C – Coordinate or provide information to obtain product, system, and material training or certification for installers/applicators.
5D – Perform site visits to evaluate sitespecific issues when required or requested.
5E – Observe product, system, and material installation when required or requested.
5F – Provide reports on project observations, inspections, or site visits.
5G – Coordinate with Contractor to ensure project schedule allows sufficient time between onsite field measurements, submittal review, and delivery after fabrication, along with any deviations.
5H – Provide support on product, system, and material information to construction team during commissioning.
5I – At project closeout, provide information for training, support, and maintaining warranties for Owner/facility maintenance staff.