Cam Featherstonhaugh Named Chair-Elect of National CSI
Cam Featherstonhaugh, CSI, CDT, AIA, of West Berlin, Vermont, was recently named to the position of National Chair-elect of the Construction Specifications Institute. The position begins with two years as chair-elect, followed by two years as Board Chair. Cam previously served the Institute as the Institute Director from the Northeast Region from 2016 to 2020.
The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) is an organization of construction and building industry professionals. Founded in 1948, the ~8,000-member organization of design and construction professionals is dedicated to improving the quality of construction documents and communication between project team members.
Cam is currently an Associate with TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design in Burlington, VT. As a leader in the K-12 Education and Workplace Studios at TruexCullins, Cam is well-versed in sustainable design and the latest building science practices. “Cam is an integral member of our team at TruexCullins. His thirst for knowledge and ability to inspire a shared vision with clients adds value to every project,“ says David Epstein, Managing Principal at TruexCullins.
At TruexCullins, Cam is managing the design and documentation of the Winooski School District Capital Project, a renovation and expansion project to serve one of the fastest growing student populations in Vermont. Cam is the founder of the Vermont Chapter of AIA Emerging Professionals Network, and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Norwich University.
For more information about the Vermont Chapter of CSI, visit the website at www.csiresources.org.