CSI Bylaws state that the qualifications, requirements for nomination and election for Honorary Membership are:
1. Individuals who have performed distinguished services to the construction industry in fields of activity related to the purposes of the Institute. Nominees are not members of CSI.
Distinguished services shall be “over and above” that expected of an individual (non-member) performing those duties
The nominee’s entire body of work shall be considered when reviewing the nomination.
All nominations shall include not only a “resume” and publications listing, but shall also show, in narrative form, how the actions identified have brought about change, enhanced the construction industry or CSI.
Nominations shall be submitted by a Chapter or not fewer than five members in good standing.
Additional supporting data describing the nominee’s specific areas of service shall be attached to the nomination forms.
Titles of books, magazine articles, and special publications shall be listed. Submission of the actual publication is not necessary.
- Letters of endorsement shall be submitted as supporting documentation. They may be included with the nomination or sent directly to the Institute Secretary by the person preparing the endorsement. Letters sent directly to the Institute will be considered privileged communication.
Attn: Institute Secretary
123 North Pitt Street, Suite 450
Alexandria VA 22314
See nomination matrix, submission information page and submission forms for general