Serve as CSI's liaison to the ConsensusDocs Drafting Council!
CSI is a member of ConsensusDocs® ,a coalition of associations representing diverse interests in the construction industry that collaboratively develops and promotes standard form construction contract documents that advance the construction process. The ConsensusDocs drafting council directs the development of ConsensusDocs standard contract documents for their use in construction project delivery.
The CSI ConsensusDocs Drafting Council liaison provide commentary on ConsensusDocs Drafting Council discussions, draft agreements and supporting documents. Commentary submitted should support CSI Guiding Technical Principles.
Deliverable #1: Submit commentary to ConsensusDocs Drafting Council and respond to any inquiries or other communications from the ConsensusDocs Drafting Council. Seek input from staff on any issues where there is no clear guidance provided by CSI Guiding Technical Principles or prior professional experience.
Term of service:
Deliverable #2: Where appropriate, recommend ConsensusDocs Contract Documents that have been approved by the ConsensusDocs Drafting Council for recognition or endorsement by CSI, per the CSI Endorsement and Recognition Guidelines. (see Volunteer Policy Manual Policy Appendix A).
The liaison’s term is 3 years. Liaisons may be reappointed onceTime commitment:
The ConsensusDocs Drafting Council typically has two conference calls and two face-to-face meetings per year. Conference calls are approximately 90 minutes in length, face-to-face meetings are typically one day to a day and a half in length. Remote participation in face-to-face meetings may be available, at ConsensusDocs’ discretion. Preparation for these calls or meetings will typically require up to 8 additional hours each.Who Should Apply?
Professionals with experience using standard contract documents from any source in projects. Acting as a signatory to a standard contract document, legal training, or familiarity with ConsensusDocs content is not required, but will be preferred. CSI certification holders will be preferred. the liaison must be a CSI member.