Virtual CDT Classes 

Interested in taking the Spring CDT Exam? Join Tom Scarlata, Principal, Bargmann Hendrie + Archetype for an 8-week course to help you prepare for taking the CDT exam. 

Boston CSI members: $75.00 (plus cost of materials); Non-members $100.00 (plus cost of materials).

8 classes on Monday night, from 6-8 pm

  • Monday February 22nd
  • Monday, March 1st
  • Monday, March 8th
  • Monday, March 15th
  • Monday, March 22nd
  • Monday, April 5th
  • Monday, April 12th
  • Monday, April 26th

No classes: March 29th or April 19th

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Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions about the Online CDT Classes.

CSI Boston hopes all of our members, guests, and their families and friends are staying healthy and safe.

The Boston chapter held virtual meetings in March, April and May and therefore saved the costs incurred for dinner meetings. The chapter decided to give back a portion of this money to local charities effected by the pandemic. We selected charities that provide critical support to healthcare workers, first responders, other essential workers, the homeless and the food insecure.

CSI Boston donated $3000.00 divided equally between the following charities:
The Greater Boston Food Bank
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program
Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund

If you are a Boston CSI member and have the unfortunate circumstance of becoming unemployed, we think the first place you should be is at a CSI meeting networking with your friends and making connections. To support existing members, your chapter has established a fund for unemployed members to cover up to 5 individual memberships each calendar year. This is a first come, first served benefit. In addition, due to Covid-19, the Institute has a program for an extension of the grace period to 90 days. Please contact the chapter treasurer or president for info on both programs.

Our Summer Social and Awards typically held in June is postponed until we can meet in person.

Upcoming CSI Boston events

Mar 10

Glass Guardrails Failures – Lessons Learned

Glass guardrails at roof terraces and balconies have a safety function while not obscuring views that are desirable for high rise towers.  Frequently loading on the guardrails is governed by wind loads rather than the code requirements for a building occu

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Apr 14

SpeedCore: Game Changer!

This program will showcase the Rainier Square development in Seattle, which includes a 1.4 million square-foot, 58-story, 850-foot tall mixed-use tower.  Bracing this tower against wind and seismic demands is a new structural system; a non-proprietary Con

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May 19

The Right Energy Upgrade for Historic Buildings

Owners and designers often want to upgrade an historic building’s energy performance, but can struggle with what are the best choices with regards to invasiveness, long term performance, payback, etc.  Using common examples, this presentation examines the

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The NE Region conference has been rescheduled for 2022. Dates TBD.