• Sept. 8 Rebuilding Together: Community Service Day
    CSI Chicago Chapter has partnered with Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago and Sika Corporation to help rehabilitate the YOUth CAN Community Center for some very deserving kids in metro Chicago. Join our chapter as a volunteer for a day or even a few hours! Make sure all members and non-members click the "CSI Chicago Member" box at registration so we know you are coming.
  • Sept. 14 Technical Roundtable: Bathroom Design
    This course discusses the importance of bathroom design—for both overall aesthetic and traffic management. Partnering with a third party, Dyson conducted a deep analysis looking into various types of designs and how to use sustainably designed hand dryers to revolutionize bathroom design.
  • Sept. 15 Specifier Roundable: Specifying energy Code Requirements for Building Enclosures
    This month we will be discussing the responsibility of the specifier when it comes to complying with LEED and the energy codes. The discussion will focus on the applicable codes, how to comply with the codes, and how the energy codes affect specifying building enclosure components. The discussion will be moderated but input from all is encouraged.
  • Sept. 19 CDT Exam Cram Session
    CSI Chicago Chapter wants to help you get ready for the fall CDT Exam with this one night cram session. The class will focus on an overview of the entire construction process, and concrete skills in construction documentation development and administration, specification writing and enforcement, product research and sourcing, communication with the design and contracting teams. This cram session will follow CSI’s CDT Practice Guide taught by industry leaders from both the A/E and product representative community.
  • Sept. 27 Chapter Program: Restoration Architect’s Perspective of Common Prob
    Klein and Hoffman Architects will share some of re-occurring issues found in Chicago buildings along with some of the one of a kind “OMG” issues they’ve observed over their three decades of work in this field. The goal for this program is for the audience to gain awareness that even the simplest oversights during the design and construction of a building can result in an issue for building owners.
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