Welcome to the Baltimore

Chapter of CSI

Meeting Details
WE ARE ON SUMMER BREAK!
Thursday, Sept 8th 
4:30 pm    Board Meeting
5:30 pm    Presentation

 

Location:

TBD

RSVP to kgood@michaelgraves.com

September Program

In person!

We will kick off the new year with an in-person program by the John Canning Company focused around historic preservation.

October Program

In October we will have a chapter social. Stay tuned for details.

November Program

November's chapter meeting will be a tour and program at Building Envelope Consultants and Scientists at their Baltimore locations. Details to come!

December Program

Annual Bowling Party!

Time for our Chapter's annual December Bowling event! A Chapter tradition since 2009, we're heading to Mustang Alley's at 1300 Bank Street in the Little Italy neighborhood of Baltimore from 5:30 to 8:00 PM. We are doing Duckpins and Tenpins! 

Parking is available at the Little Italy parking garage at 400 South Central Avenue between Bank Street and Mince Alley. The entrance is a little odd; it's like you're entering an office building lobby. Then take the elevator up to the second floor.

No experience or skill is required to participate. Shoes are provided.  Bring your own socks. Pay attention to Baltimore City Covid-19 rules for if you need to bring your mask.

​Should you have any event questions, please contact our House Chair, Katherine Good at:  events@csibaltimore.org

About Us

Charted in 1959, the Baltimore Chapter CSI is one of over 130 Chapters of the Construction Specifications Institute.  The mission of CSI is to advance building information management and education of project teams to improve facility performance.

 

Founded in 1948, CSI is a national association of more than 9,500 volunteers, including specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors, facility managers, product representatives, manufacturers, owners, and others who are experts in building construction and the materials used therein. They are dedicated to improving the communication of construction information through:

  • A diversified membership base of allied professionals involved in the creation and management of the built environment.

  • Continuous development and transformation of standards and formats.

  • Education and certification of professionals to improve project delivery processes.

  • Creation of practice tools to assist users throughout the facility life-cycle.