Specifiying Practice Sessions

04 Apr

April Specifying Practice Session

April Specifying Practice Session

Thursday, April 4, 2019 (3:00 PM to 4:00 PM)

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CSI Practice Session:
April Session

CSI Learning Level:


Intended Audience:

Primary: Specifiers
Secondary: Construction Project Team Members


David Stutzman and Louis Medcalf

Course Description:

This month’s session topic is still being worked on. If you have a suggestion or question you would like the group to address, please email education@csinet.org. You may register now and an update email will be sent to you once a topic is finalized.


1.0 CSI PDH Credit (self-reported)

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Louis Medcalf, FCSI, CCS

David Stutzman, FCSI, CCS, AIA, SCIP
David Stutzman is the principal and founder of Conspectus, Inc., a specifications and quality assurance consulting firm. His nearly 40 years construction industry experience began as a laborer laying pipe and devising a simple means to comply with the spec requiring the trench bottom to be profiled to match the pipe. Although having studied design, his passions are the technical and building science aspects of construction. Stutzman was responsible for developing and maintaining SPECTEXT, a commercial master specification system, including the ease of use editing tools for more than 13 years. Today David is responsible for managing nine staff members in three offices producing more than 150 project specifications annually for domestic and international projects.