May Specifying Practice Session

When:  May 2, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  Specifying Practice Community

CSI Learning Level:

Basic

Intended Audience:

Primary: Specifiers
Secondary: Construction Project Team Members

Speakers:

David Stutzman and Louis Medcalf

Course Description:

Procrastination is always costly, and unplanned, out-of-sequence design decisions are a major cause of re-drawing. Is there a way to plan and manage project design decisions to avoid wasted effort? Join us for a discussion of goals and guiding principles for developing a quality assurance process for decision management.

  • • Identifying information needed for each design phase.
  • • Determining level of development for project elements.
  • • Integrating graphic and written information.
  • • Documenting decisions for use by other project stakeholders.

Credit:

1.0 CSI PDH Credit (self-reported)

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Contact

Matthew Fochs
703-706-4733
mfochs@csinet.org