• Building Knowledge, Improving Project Delivery
    Building Knowledge,
    Improving Project Delivery

    The Phoenix Chapter of CSI is one of oldest chapters in the nation. It is one of the most accomplished as well with nationally recognized members, published technical papers and strong education efforts.

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12/8/16
4:30pm
The Stockyard

Contact Bobbi Jo Huskey at 602-390-3599 or BobbiJo@PartitionsCo.com for additional information.

12/8/16
5:30pm
Stockyards

Drinks: start at 5:30pm (1 hour open bar)Dinner: begins at 6:00pm

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12/15/16
12:00pm
TRL The Reference Library

This committee is chaired by Jim Nisted. You can contact Jim at 623.670.6522 or Jim.Nisted@dryvit.com for additional information. Location of the...

The high level of expertise possessed by our members make it a must to do business with other CSI members. View the roster to see a complete list of members as well as premiere listings with additional information.

The monthly membership meeting is typically held on the second Thursday of each month. There is a mix of lunch and dinner meetings. Each meeting is open to the public.

Membership with the CSI Phoenix Chapter is accomplished by joining the Construction Specifications Institute (National) and additionally specifying which chapter you wish to join.

Technical Resources

The Technical Committee is very active and eager to share information with members and the construction industry. Their blog posts are open for guests to comment and ask questions. Click the Technical Resources Category for a full list of topics.

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Submitted by Jim Nisted, Dryvit Systems, Inc. for publication by CSI 11/9/2016Originally...

Submitted by Jim Nisted, Dryvit Systems, Inc. for publication by CSI 9/23/2016Originally...

 Applying the Building Code

Applying the Building Code: Step-by-Step Guidance for Design and Building Professionals (Building Codes Illustrated)

No other resource—not even the building code—presents the exact code information you need, when you need it at design stage

The International Building Code (IBC) is a model building code developed by the International Code Council (ICC). The IBC and its complementary codes provide design and construction professionals with a complete set of comprehensive, coordinated building safety and fire prevention regulations in order to safeguard the public health and general welfare of the occupants of new and existing buildings and structures. Adopted throughout most of the United States and its territories, it is referenced by federal agencies, such as the General Services Administration, National Park Service, Department of State, U.S. Forest Service, and the Department of Defense. For architects and other design and construction professionals, it is particularly important that they understand how to apply the IBC and how code officials view buildings, so that they integrate code-required provisions in the earliest design stages of any project.

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