Welcome to CSI Atlanta –
If you’re a professional in the built environment, we invite you to consider becoming a CSI member. Join us for engaging and educational monthly meetings. We start off with a tech CE session, followed by innovation table displays and cocktails, dinner and finally a presentation by an esteemed member of the professional world. Topics range from current construction challenges, tech developments and future trends in the A|E|C world.
Our next in-person meetings will be Monday February 6th, 2023.
Thank you to our Connected Sponsors
You’re invited! Come to Charlotte for the CSI SE Regional Conference April 26-28, 2023
Join us in Charlotte, North Carolina, for an amazing three day event! You can enjoy networking, educational CEU’s, awards, food, tours, speakers and so much more. Registration link is below!
Engage with the professional community of Atlanta – specifiers, architects, engineers, material suppliers, service vendors and continuing education providers. See below for meeting details.
Our CSI community enjoys two to three special events outside of our monthly meetings throughout the year. Click here to see a list of events for 2022- 23.
CSI Atlanta enjoys lots of support from members and vendors alike. Sponsorship opportunities are available to showcase your company during our monthly meetings and reserve a table top or be a bar sponsor. Contact Ivan Zuniga for more information.
Join us for in-person once a month meetings in 2022 – 2023 starting in September. Look for an updated events calendar soon.
Contact JoAnn Hathcox for ATL Chapter Membership Information – Sonesta Atlanta Northwest Galleria 6345 Powers Ferry Road NW Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Join Our Mailing List
Contact Virginia Clavijo (click button above) to join the constant contact registration list. Through this email you can sign up for our monthly meetings and events.
“Buildings should serve people, not the other way around.”John Portman
“If you want an easy life don’t be an architect”Zaha Hadid
“The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the building was built.”Frank Lloyd Wright