NATSPEC, founded in 1975, is a not-for-profit organisation that is owned by the design, build, construct and property industry through professional associations and government property groups. It is impartial and is not involved in advocacy or policy development.
NATSPEC’s major service is the comprehensive national specification system endorsed by government and professional bodies. NATSPEC, the National Building Specification, is for all building structures with specialist packages for architects, interior designers, landscape architects, structural engineers, service engineers and domestic owners. AUS-SPEC is the Local Government specification system for the life-cycle management of assets. Packages include Urban and Open Space, Roadworks and Bridges, Public Utilities, and Maintenance. NATSPEC is also responsible for the National BIM Guide and its associated documents.
NATSPEC’s objective is to improve the construction quality and productivity of the built environment through leadership of information.
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