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Curious if anyone out there has made the transition to using BSD Speclink for structural specifications and what your experiences have been? Was it<http://eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=366841#> worth the effort? Do you see long-term benefits Have you experienced the touted benefits of Speclink (database that is customizable and knowledge-retaining) ?

Specifically, am curious about a transition from other master specifications, like Masterspec, which you may have developed over the years with your preferred technical content.

Thanks for your thoughts and input.

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*Brad Hughes*   PE, LEED AP

*Flad*Architects

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