Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) is hosting two five-day workshops in Toronto next month. From March 9 to 13, Specifier 2 (SP2) and Construction Contract Administrator (CCA) courses will be held at the Eaton Chelsea Toronto (formerly the Delta Chelsea).
I have friends that often influence my approach to specification writing. One such friend is a ship navigator, who drew many comparisons between his role on the bridge and ours as specifiers. I liked the comparison so much I thought it might be worthwhile to share based on the exact word parallels.
Registration is open for this year’s Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) Conference in Winnipeg. The event, held from May 27 to 31, will bring design/construction professionals from across the continent to the banks of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers for an event promising to “stimulate, motivate, educate, and entertain” delegates.
At its luncheon meeting on Thursday, February 12, the Vancouver Chapter of CSC is hosting a technical presentation on door hardware. The discussion, led by Allegion Canada’s April Wells, DHI, CDC, TR AHC, will pose important questions that must be answered to ensure the proper materials are being specified for a project
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