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What is CSI?
CSI is a national association of more than 13,000 volunteers, including architects, contractors, facility mangers, engineers, specifiers, product representatives, manufacturers, owners, interior designers, and others who are experts in building construction and the materials used therein. They are dedicated to improving the communication of construction information.

CSI is governed by a Board of Directors, a nationally elected body that provides long-range strategic leadership. The Board is composed of nationally elected CSI officers, including the president, president-elect, two vice presidents, the secretary, and the treasurer; elected representatives (directors) from each of CSI's 10 regions; and a director at large. CSI’s executive director/CEO is a corporate officer. 

The Chattanooga Chapter is part of the Gulf States Region (GSR).  The purpose of the GSR is to provide a medium for the advancement of the objectives of the Institute; to work for the advancement of construction technology; and to promote closer relations among those in the construction industry.  For more information on the Gulf States Region, click here.

For information on the history of the Chattanooga Chapter, click here.

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