The world turned upside down in March with COVID-19 sweeping the globe.
CSI Institute and CSI Chapters across the country scrambled to go virtual and find their place to communicate with home-based employees.
The reports of how construction is moving today during the Covid-19 pandemic are varied.
Many segments are full speed ahead, others are shut down from state and local government.
Hospital work and the manufacturers that support it have kicked it up a notch or two or three.
What our business will look like after this event is uncertain.
The Construction Specifications Institute is an association full of volunteer members who passionately serve each year. CSI has a committee that works each year to refresh and update the Honors and Awards Guide. It’s important for region and chapter leaders to be thinking about those who serve to help make CSI better.
Last year the release date for the publication was March 1, 2019.
Take a moment at your next chapter or board meeting to look around the room and identify those who deserve some extra recognition. Also remember Region conference & Chapter award deadlines. For those who do the extra heavy lifting, be prepared to act once the new Institute Honors and Awards Guide comes out.
It’s never too late to walk across the room and tell someone “Well Done!”
“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” – William Arthur Ward
This month we announce a new experience for our chapter members…
We are having a LIVE meeting for anyone arranging CONSTRUCT.
YES, meet your fellow chapter members IN PERSON.
SPEAK to them, look them in the eye, shake their hand and say “HI!”
Welcome to FY20, CSI’s version of the new year.
The chapter officers have been busy setting the stage to have an excellent year for the chapter. We had a planning meeting Saturday July 13th. There were lots of good ideas to choose from, and we think you will be excited to see what comes CSINext!
In CSI world, that means Region and Chapter Leaders are handling the last Board meeting, the last Monthly meeting, the Awards banquet. They are putting a bow on their year of service and getting ready to hand the controls over to the next in line.
Michael Young has done a good job as President. We have had a successful year of Programs. We are ready to kick off an exciting announcement of a new program concerning student support.