First published in 1967, the CSI Manual of Practice has been recognized as the standard for project manual preparation and administration.
NEW IN THIS EDITION
"It is a huge stride forward for CSI to develop a manual that covers the total life cycle of a facility. CSI is one of the few organizations in existence with the representation within it to create a 'balanced' view of such a broad subject." Mr. Robert Johnson, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA, CSI Past-President
A COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE FOR CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS
There's no better guide for organizing and documenting construction projects than The Project Resource Manual: CSI Manual of Practice. From the first glimmering of a project idea, through every stage of procurement, design, and construction, to facility management, PRM gives you working tools to make every project go smoother and quicker. It helps avoid errors, misunderstandings, and cost overruns, and assists you in reaching the ultimate project goal coming in on time and within budget, and meeting the owner's requirements.
Used universally throughout the construction industry, The Project Resource Manual is the ideal tool to help you:
Filled with helpful solutions, the new edition of this reference tool gives you a common language and system for organizing, standardizing, retrieving, communicating, and exchanging construction information in an effective and efficient way. Let The Project Resource Manual: CSI Manual of Practice, help improve your company or practice today.
INSIDE: RESOURCES TO BUILD ON:
* Construction Industry Fundamentals
• Project Conception
• Project Planning and Design
• Project Delivery
• Construction Documents
• Managing Construction
• Construction Contract Administration
• Product Representation
• Facilities Management
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.