As I mentioned last month, even though summer is winding down CSINext is winding up. Last week CSINext held its first virtual Chapter Meeting of the year. We had great attendance and Chris Bennett of Bennett Build presented “Building Bad Slabs: How to increase costs and reduce quality in polished concrete slabs.” Chris is a well-known expert in the world of concrete construction and surface applications and his presentations never disappoint. Thank You Chris and well done!!
Hello again everyone, hope your summer continues to be a great one! As Summer begins to wind down – CSINext is winding up! Last month, I mentioned your Chapter Board held its annual planning session for the upcoming year, and since that meeting things have really been moving forward, not only on the Chapter Business front but the Chapter Member front as well.
Well, hello again everyone, hope everyone is well. My apologies for length between columns, hopefully I can make up for the lost time here this month.
The main purpose of a punch list is to identify project items that need to be completed or corrected right? But we should also use those items in future applications, so we do not repeat the failures of the past. In this industry we barely have enough time and money to do it the first time – it is imperative to do it right the first time. And one of the things as industry professionals we can do right the first time is the project schedule.
Hello everyone and welcome to the CSINext 22 / 23 year! Hoping everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July.
For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Mark Ogg, and I will be serving as your CSINext Chapter President for this upcoming year. I have been a CSI and CSINext member since 2013.
Last week in Nashville, CSI folks gathered for the first time in over a year to network, learn, and celebrate the achievements of our peers at the 2021 CSI National Conference. And while it wasn’t like conferences in the past, it was still a great time, and for those CSINext members that were unable to attend you were greatly missed!
Hello everyone and welcome to “The Punch List” … finally! I could toss in the usual excuses for not getting this column started long ago….you know like being overloaded at work, being consumed in completing graduate school, “honey-do lists”, labor shortages, and a global pandemic…all of which are true….but truth be told…I just hadn’t gotten around to it. Sounds like a job site excuse right? Well with this first entry that is all about to change.
Hello everyone, and Happy Summer!
As the CSI year winds down, I would like to take just a few seconds and thank each and every one of you for your continued involvement in CSI and the especially CSINext Chapter.
To all of the chapter members, Committee Chairs, and Board Members I would like to thank you for the tremendous experience it was to lead the chapter this year.
Well folks it is that time…this is the official Call for Officers for the CSINext Chapter!!
The CSINext Board has (3) openings this year:
- (1) President Elect (1st year Pres. Elect / 2nd year President)
- (1) Director (2 Year)
- (1) Treasurer (2 Year)
Hello everyone, hope this month’s Presidents Message reaches each of you in good spirits! Spring is right around the corner and for those of us here in the Midwest….it cannot get here fast enough! This winter was a rough one. But hey…it is March…and time for March Madness. Speaking of madness let me give you an update of the crazy goings on here at CSINext!
Hello everyone…where ever you may be I hope each and every one of you are having a great summer! I cannot tell you how excited I am to be leading the Chapter this year. And how much I am looking forward to working with the membership and an outstanding Board of Directors. This will be my third year working with the Chapter Board and I can truly say I have enjoyed every minute of it. Being President of the CSINext will be challenge but one I am looking forward to!
Around this time last year I wrote a blog about my involvement as one of the SME content editors for the Project Management Institute's (PMI) upcoming release of the 4th Edition of the Construction Extension to the PMBOK.