Carlisle strives to provide a wealth of specification information to architects and specifiers by offering both external spec tools and a variety of internal resources to provide all the information needed.
CSI Format Specifications outline all system types for a membrane and provide details about warranties and installation.
Word documents that can be edited in order to adhere to a particular membrane and system type.
CSI Format Specification and Design Guide for the NVELOP System, a total building envelope system warranty.
A short, descriptive specification written for a particular membrane and system type.
Free online resource for specifications and details. Includes an easy to use SpecWizard which generates a specification from user input for a project specific document. No registration is required.
Registered users can utilize the vast library of specification sections to build a comprehensive spec manual. Includes individual sections, containing leading manufacturers and their offerings, which can be removed or appended for a specific project. An industry-leading specification writing software.
Registered users can utilize Building Information Modeling (BIM) compatible specifications which can be linked to a BIM Project Model. This software creates a robust interaction between the building model and specs, and allows for selecting specific products for a project and linking an entire project manual.
Architects, engineers and construction professionals rely on AEC Daily to maintain their accreditation and keep current on new products and technologies.
Carlisle is leading in the development and manufacturing of environmentally responsible products and systems, as well as supporting the Building Green concept.
Carlisle has developed a series of videos showcasing details for different membrane systems and accessories, contractor testimonial videos, and inspection videos which can be found in the video hub.
The Sustainable Roofing & Waterproofing Alliance (SRWA) consists of architects, consultants, building owners, and a select group of product manufacturers.
This program allows users to determine the appropriately tested adhered or mechanically fastened membrane roofing system for a particular project.
This interactive tool allows users to draft a Chemical Compatibility Letter for a specific project by entering their own information.
Choose from a variety of categories to search through this code database and find the specific codes needed for the project at hand.
Find a local Carlisle SynTec representative to assist with any product or system-related information needed for a specific project.
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