Writing is the easy part. Knowing what to write is another story.
Writing construction specifications is like assembling a jigsaw puzzle. Except puzzles always have a photo of the completed puzzle on the cover of the box.
Who is best to write project construction specifications - the project architect or a dedicated specifier? Arguments will go both ways, depending on point of view. Both answers have merit. So let's take a closer look at specifications as a Quality..
"How to Read These Drawings" was the title for a block of eight notes on the cover page of a set of drawings we received. I was looking for some profound guidance since only eight notes were included. I think found it in the last note: