This year, the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) reached an important milestone—it has been bridging the divide between various sectors of the building industry for seven decades now. In its bid to bring the “Four Cs” (i.e. clear, concise, correct, and complete) to project documentation and delivery, it has spent the last 75 years creating uniform standards and providing professional development opportunities.
The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) named Mark Dorsey, FASAE, CAE, and CEO of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), as this year’s recipient of its Key Award, an annual recognition of an association CEO who shows “exceptional qualities of leadership” and “a deep commitment to voluntary membership organizations.”
CSI first sat down with Seun Olatunbosun, RA, NCARB, CSI, CDT, PMP, M.Arch, in March 2021, shortly after he earned his Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) certification. At the time he said, “I chose to earn the CDT to have an overall understanding of building construction, be able to write specs, understand best practice and project delivery methods, and for career advancement.”
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