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EPNet + CSI present: Why CSI?

EP Net Feedback Kickoff 042219

Image courtesy of BSA Staff

  • COST

    Free and open to the public

  • TYPE

    Professional Development



Specifications are a critical part of ensuring the success of a project. This winter, the Boston Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) joins the BSA Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet) to guide participants through the importance of specification writing, and to highlight resources--including the CSI Boston community itself--that will help support all AEC professionals in improving project delivery.

Hear from a panel of professionals who will discuss CSI's contribution to the construction industry, the importance of specifications, and how to help your career by getting involved.

Presentations will be followed by a question-and-answer period.

Susan Borne, CSI, CDT
CSI president-elect; Sherwin Williams

Jay Ford, CSI, CDT, CCS
CSI past president; Kalin Associates

Bob McEachern, CSI, CCPR
CSI chapter president; RTS

Kelsey McMenamy PE, CSI, CDT
CSI vice president; Gale Associates

About CSI Boston

CSI Boston was formed in 1956 as a chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). Our membership includes architects, specification writers, engineers, manufacturers, contractors and others in the construction industry. CSI is a unique association where members across all disciplines meet on a regular basis with the goal of “Building Knowledge to Improve Project Delivery.”

About the BSA Emerging Professionals Network

The BSA Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet) is an active social and professional network. Geared specifically toward recent graduates, Architectural Experience Program™ (AXP™) participants, young architects, designers, and other design/build professionals, EPNet hosts tours, presentations, firm visits, and other programs. Anyone building their AEC career is welcome to join, connect, and contribute.