- 1 What does CSI mean in construction?
- 2 What is the CSI format?
- 3 What are CSI codes used for?
- 4 What CSI division is drywall?
- 5 What is a 3 part CSI specification?
- 6 What is Type 5 Building Construction?
- 7 What CSI division is fire alarm?
- 8 What CSI division is insulation?
- 9 What are the different types of specifications?
- 10 What CSI division is HVAC?
- 11 What CSI code is demolition?
- 12 What CSI division is cabinets?
- 13 What CSI division is granite countertops?
- 14 What CSI division is structural steel?
- 15 What are furnishings in construction?
What does CSI mean in construction?
Website. www.csiresources.org. The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) is a United States national association of more than 8,000 construction industry professionals who are experts in building construction and the materials used therein.
What is the CSI format?
The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) is the organization that publishes the MasterFormat. This publication is the specifications-writing standard for most of today’s construction and commercial building design projects in North America.
What are CSI codes used for?
Organize your construction specs and project information
MasterFormat is a coding system for organizing construction documents, contracts, design specifications, and operational manuals. It uses specific numbers and associated titles that make up a universal indexing system.
What CSI division is drywall?
Division 09 – Finishes – Walls, Ceilings and Floors.
What is a 3 part CSI specification?
CSI’s 3–Part SectionFormat™ divides each specification document into – you guessed it – three parts: General, Products, and Execution. Within each of the three parts is a standard set of article titles set in a standard order to further organize the specification data.
What is Type 5 Building Construction?
Type 5 construction is found in many modern homes. The walls and roofs are made of combustible materials—most commonly wood. If the walls are wood-framed, the roof usually is as well. Rooftops are ceramic tile or asphalt shingles placed over lightweight trusses and OSB.
What CSI division is fire alarm?
Division 28 – Electronic Safety and Security.
What CSI division is insulation?
Division 07 – Roofing, Waterproofing and Insulation.
What are the different types of specifications?
Four Types of “Specifications“
- Product Specification: This describes a manufacturer’s product and its performance without consideration for a particular building.
- Project Specification: This describes an architect’s design and performance requirements for a particular building.
- Master Specification:
- Guide Specification:
What CSI division is HVAC?
Division 23 – Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Manufacturers. Material and product manufacturers relating to Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) are organized by the product or the material into CSI sections.
What CSI code is demolition?
Division 2 Existing Conditions captures site assessments and investigations, demolition of structures, and the remediation of contaminated soil, buildings, and groundwater.
What CSI division is cabinets?
12 Reasons Why It Matters to Your Project.
|Division 6 aka: “Millwork”||Division 12 aka: “Engineered Casework”|
|May or may not have a database or library of cabinets and their assemblies. Rarely are cataloged.||Complete casework line of individual cabinets (with catalog#’s) as well as assemblies.|
|7. Liability for Performance|
What CSI division is granite countertops?
4specs Discussion Forum: Granite Countertops. Do you typically specify them as part of Architectural Woodwork, by themselves in Div. 06 or 09, or as part of a stone section in Div.
What CSI division is structural steel?
CSI MasterFormat Division List
|05100||Structural Metal Framing|
What are furnishings in construction?
Furnishings are used in both interior and exterior spaces and include: art, window treatments, casework, multiple seating, real or artificial plantings, furniture and accessories. Casework includes box shaped assemblies used for display or storage as well as countertops used for horizontal work surfaces.