USIBD’s Cornerstone Report Survey #11: Hardware

Tustin, California – April 24, 2018 – On April 24, 2018 the U.S. Institute of Building Documentation (USIBD) will be sending out a Cornerstone Report (CSR) survey to our membership and industry partners regarding Hardware.

This survey, CSR011, is a revisit of the subject from our fifth Cornerstone Report, which was published in December of 2014.  The results of this survey, CSR011 will be analyzed, and compared to the results of CSR005.

This survey digs a little deeper for information than in previous surveys.  As more options in documentation technologies are used, this level of information becomes more important to track.  This survey contains sections pertaining to different specific hardware, which can be answered or skipped, depending on relevance to the survey taker.  The results of the survey will be published in May.

If all sections are completed, the survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Here is the link for the survey:  http://bit.ly/cornerstone11

USIBD encourages everyone to please share this information and the survey link with your network, to help accrue as much participation from AECO industries as possible.

All of those who contribute to this survey are eligible to receive a copy of the Cornerstone Report, whether a member of USIBD or not.  This option is offered within the survey.

Thank you, in advance, for taking this survey.  Should you have any questions, please contact us at survey@usibd.org.

Sincerely,

Josh deStephano, Chair

Technology Committee, USIBD

 

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About the Cornerstone Report:

The goal of these reports will be to provide unbiased industry user reviews of everything from hardware and software to general ‘State of the Industry’ breakdowns. They will be performed for two purposes: on a quarterly basis with reoccurring themes and sporadically to measure the industry for specific causes.

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