Project Resource Manual The CSI Manualof Practice 5/E (EBOOK): CSI Manual of Practice, 5th Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 7, 2004 - Architecture - 660 pages

This is the leading reference on the organization, preparation, and use of construction information and the only one to cover the construction process from planning and design to construction administration. It details the basic practices involved in project delivery systems, cost estimating, construction documents, and code appliance. This new edition expands that scope to include information on project conception and project representation., This material, combined with a full complement of documents, contracts, and forms, makes this the single most comprehensive practice reference in the construction industry.

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Contents

Module 2 Project Conception
2-1
Module 3 Project Delivery
3-1
Module 4 Design
4-1
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The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Alexandria, Virginia, is a national professional association that provides format standards to meet the construction industry's need for a common system of organizing and presenting documents. CSI also provides technical information and publications, continuing education, professional conferences, and product shows to assist the professions involved in creating and sustaining the built environment. CSI's 18,000 members in more than 140 chapters include architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors, building owners, facility managers, and product manufacturers. Founded in 1948, CSI is the only organization that serves all the major disciplines involved in facility design and construction.

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