Contract Specifications and CSI Master Format
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- Obtain solid understanding of the master format and construction specifications system
- Distinguish the changes between the older and newer MasterFormat
- Navigate through the divisions of the contract with more efficiency and knowledge
The course will provide key information and necessary knowledge of construction specifications. It will help you obtain through understanding and provide guidelines on how to read and understand the CSI – CSC MasterFormat® with its older and new versions. It will provide the reasons behind the change, in a simplified way that will enhance your knowledge and ability to utilize this change to manage procurement and projects.
The course is essential & comprehensive in providing thorough understanding the role of specifications in contract document, the best industry practices in managing specifications in design & procurement in relation to construction work, materials supply and production.
Design contracts are the most common contract types, people in the construction industry need to have a solid grip on specifications to achieve successful contracting work. CSI is the source of information and support in specifications writing, it created a successful source system for many years so why is the current need for the change? The course will focus on answering this question, providing good understanding of the format and case-study on contract specifications.
Who Should Attend:
Project Managers • Designers & architects • Engineers • Estimators • People with construction background who need to obtain better knowledge in contractual specification • People in manufacturing and material production
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