In 1984, the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) issued a set of suggested project specifications provisions for epoxy-coated reinforcing bars. These CRSI provisions could be readily entered verbatim into the job specifications for projects where epoxy-coated reinforcing bars are to be used. Such projects might be transportation structures, parking garages, port and marine structures, or wastewater treatment plants. Engineering judgement could nevertheless be used to modify the requirements for certain structures or parts of structures. Many of the basic specification requirements for uncoated bars are also applicable to epoxy-coated bars. Examples are preparation, submittal and acceptance of placing drawings; fabrication (standard hooks and typical bar bends); fabricating tolerances; placing tolerances; and overall requirements for splices.