SPECTEXT

SPECTEXT

A (proprietary) guide specification published by the Construction Specification Institute (CSI); published in the CSI’s 16-division format.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The company owns and publishes SpecText for use by engineers for infrastructure projects, including water and wastewater.
The two most widely used systems of prepared guide specifications are Masterspec and Spectext. Masterspec is a product of the AIA, and Spectext is produced and distributed by the Construction Sciences Research Foundation.
They can be bought for about $300, and are well worth it, since major-league databases can be accessed, such as the Construction Criteria Base (CCB) by the National Institute of Building Sciences; and automated specification programs such as Masterspec and SPECTEXT |R~.