CSI Mt. Rainier Chapter

President's Message October 2021

The Mt Rainier Chapter of CSI got off to a great start this year with our September meeting with over 40 members and guests in attendance. Several of your chapter leaders including immediate past president Poppy Bushnell, chapter secretary Susan Williams and myself traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to attend this year’s national Conference.  Keynote topics included expanding Diversity, Inclusion and Equity within construction industry and CSI itself, Leveraging Data to inform the next generation within the construction industry, and How the future is already here and how the industry should embrace the innovations already available to us. 

In addition to those and many other great breakout sessions, we were in attendance as CSI national unveiled CSI’s new logo and the meanings behind it. We also gained insights into the new CSI reorganization that is currently underway. And finally witnessed the national awards banquet where members and chapters were recognized for their achievement.  The Mt. Rainier and Puget Sound chapters of CSI were awarded Outstanding Chapter Commendations.  The Portland Chapter was awarded the Outstanding Contribution Award and the Communications Award.  Many CSI members including our own Susan Williams were celebrated for completing the Certification process. 

CSI national has spent the last year developing and rolling out tools for local chapter leaders to use to help improve CSI from the local level up. Your Chapter leadership team will be working with the NW Region and National leadership to begin to implement and take advantage of all of that effort.

Robert More, AIA, CSI-CDT, LEED AP BD+C | project architect | McGranahan Architects

Construction Specification Institute (CSI) is a national association of commercial-level construction professionals dedicated to improving construction communication through:

CSI is unique in the industry in that its members are a cross section of architects, engineers, designers, specifiers, contractors, owners, facility managers, building materials suppliers, and others who are touched by construction documentation.

The Mt. Rainier Chapter 

  • Who are we? Everyone! (in Construction)

  • What do we do? Everything (in Construction)

  • Don't call us Spec Writers - we are so much more than specifications!

  • We synchronize our talents and share our knowledge.

  • We are equipped to build something extraordinary.

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