LAYTON, UT -- Concrete Coatings, Inc. announces guide specifications available for download on their new website. Guide specifications are available in Word format for use by a qualified construction specifier.
The purpose of a specification section is to provide architects with product information which they can include in the project manual that goes out to bid. Once the project manual is put together and the project is ready to go, it is then sent to several contractors requesting a bid. Contractors then see the need for a specified product in the bid specs and contact a subcontractor who can perform the required work.
In certain instances, a job may already be specified with another company's products, however Concrete Coatings, Inc. guide specifications can assist contractors and subcontractors specify Concrete Coatings, Inc. products as an equal substitute product. Assistance substituting Concrete Coatings, Inc.'s products is provided by Concrete Coatings, Inc.'s Business Development Manager, Cory Christensen. "Guide Specifications are a great way for architects to utilize our high quality products in commercial settings," said Cory Christensen, Business Development Manager of Concrete Coatings, Inc.
The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) is an organization that maintains and progresses the standardization of construction language as it pertains to building specifications. Concrete Coatings, Inc. provides CSI 3-Part specification sections.
Concrete Coatings, Inc. currently offers guide specification sections for VIVID™ Acid Stain, Solvent-Based Acrylic Sealer, DuraWax™ Acrylic Floor Wax, Micro-Topping and Stamp-Tek™ Stampable Overlay. Future guide specification sections will be written and available for download on the company's website under the Technical Information tab and on the Support for Architects page.