InterSpec Inc., the industry leading provider of construction specification software and specification writing services, is pleased to reveal that it was selected by ROSSETTI as the lead project specification consultant for their re-design of the famed Daytona International Speedway. The project, dubbed Daytona Rising: Reimagining an American Icon started design in 2011 and the construction is scheduled for completion in January 2016, will completely transform the nearly mile-long grandstand into a brand new experience for fans, media, sponsors, drivers and employees.
ROSSETTI is an architectural design and planning firm with 40 years of experience, a global focus on sports and entertainment, and a community design focus in Detroit. Their sports project work includes a variety of international, professional, collegiate and amateur facilities. A partial portfolio includes work for the United States Tennis Association, The Palace of Auburn Hills, Ford Field NFL Stadium, University of Notre Dame Compton Family Ice Arena, and five Major League Soccer Stadiums.
“InterSpec has been the lead specification consultant on many of our previous stadium projects”, said Gregory T. Sweeney, Director of Technical Design and Project Manager for Daytona Rising. “Their expertise and collaboration in these types of demanding projects together with their e-SPECS online technology and communications systems made them an obvious choice as our specification consultant on this high profile project.”
Since its founding in 1998, InterSpec’s team of specifiers have completed hundreds of project manuals for both residential and commercial projects of all shapes and sizes in nearly every state in the country, and internationally as well. By using its industry leading e-SPECS Specification Management software solutions, InterSpec can more readily apply customer’s preferred requirements and preferences in the specification content and provide a very streamlined and convenient way to collaborate with the customer’s in-house project team during the specification development process.
“We have worked with the ROSSETTI team for many years now,” says George Libby, Director of InterSpec’s Specification Services. “As an architectural specifier, these large scale sports venues are fascinating to be part of. Our team at InterSpec takes great pride in ROSSETTI ‘s continued reliance on our services for these very challenging, high visibility projects.”
InterSpec provides construction document management solutions and services built on its patented e-SPECS specification management technology. e-SPECSsoftware automates the specification process by extracting the product and material requirements directly from the project’s BIM models and drawings.e-SPECS integrates directly with Autodesk and GRAPHISOFT BIM applications and supports all specification master libraries of MasterSpec, US Dept of Veterans Affairs, SpecsIntact Unified Facilities Guide Specifications, Canadian Master Specifications as well as the ability to integrate custom office masters. For architects and engineers who spend many hours on every project preparing construction specifications, e-SPECS software saves time and money while ensuring that the construction drawings are coordinated with the specifications. For more information visit www.e-SPECS.com or contact sales at +1-207-772-6135 or email to sales@e-SPECS.com.
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