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SpeedSpec

Concise and customisable specification templates created specifically for practices specialising in smaller projects. 

 

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Introducing SpeedSpec specification templates to NBS Chorus

SpeedSpec is a well respected and widely used Australian specification content set that has been available to specifiers in Word doc format via SpecPack for over 20 years.

SpeedSpec content is now available in a fully digital format via NBS Chorus. The content is concise and customisable, ideal for architects and designers who write specifications for smaller works and projects.

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Collaborate from anywhere, at any time

Collaborate from anywhere, at any time

NBS Chorus helps you keep your projects on track and your team connected, no matter where they are. It works on any capable device, all your need is an internet connection and web browser. No complicated installs or updates.

Work together on specs in real-time, across organisations, locations and time-zones. Keep track of all decisions made throughout the project lifecycle. Start your project on your laptop and finish on your smart phone.

Smarter than any word processor

Unlike Word, Chorus is purpose-built for specification authoring. It’s easy to use and helps you rapidly build your specification using a powerful set of features, and leaving you more time for billable work.

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What is SpeedSpec?
A content library available in NBS Chorus that’s suitable for smaller projects.  

SpeedSpec specification templates are concise and customisable, enabling practices to access the functionality and benefits of NBS Chours, with a content library that’s suitable for smaller projects.  
How is SpeedSpec different to existing Chorus subscriptions?

A Chorus subscription with SpeedSpec content includes the following features:

  • Work section based content set
  • Model integration
  • PDF and Word publishing functionality
  • Revision tracking and comparison
  • Stylesheets allowing you to customise the appearance of your published specification
  • Collaboration notes
  • Master templates
  • Clause by clause guidance
  • Annual content updates
 
What sort of projects is SpeedSpec suitable for?

SpeedSpec content is suitable for practices specialising in smaller projects, including: 

  • Single, high level housing 
  • Multiple residential 
  • Light commercial
How do I get started using SpeedSpec in NBS Chorus?
To start using the platform you’ll need to sign up. Get in touch today and one of our expert team will help you out. 
What does this mean for existing SpecPack customers?

With NBS Chorus, you'll have access to SpecPack content in a familiar format, but on a fully digital platform.

To start using the NBS Chorus platform you’ll need to sign up. Get in touch today and our expert team will guide you through the entire process.