MASTERFORMAT ™

2004 EDITION NUMBERS & TITLES

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MASTERFORMAT ™
2004 EDITION NUMBERS & TITLES
6/8/ 20 04 (revised August 2004, November 2004, October 2005) The numbers and titles presented here are identical to the MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition Numbers and Titles that were distributed on June 8, 2004 and revised in August 2004, save for additional selected title corrections that were made in the process of copy editing the MasterFormat publication. These corrections are listed separately on http://www.csinet.org/MasterFormat. The numbers and titles presented here are identical to the numbers and titles presented in the full MasterFormat 2004 Edition (2nd printing, October 2005) publication available for purchase from CSI and CSC.

MasterFormat™ is the specifications-writing standard for most commercial building design and construction projects in North America. It lists titles and section numbers for organizing data about construction requirements, products, and activities. By standardizing such information, MasterFormat facilitates communication among architects, specifiers, contractors and suppliers, which helps them meet building owners’ requirements, timelines and budgets. This revision of MasterFormat is the most significant in the product’s 40-year history, and reflects the growing volume and complexity of information generated for commercial construction projects. MasterFormat 2004 Edition: Numbers & Titles was developed by a team of individuals representing all stakeholders in the industry – owners, architects, engineers, contractors, manufacturers and facility managers. MasterFormat is intended to address specification requirements through the entire built lifecycle. The Numbers and Titles are intentionally structured for anticipated growth and expansion in the future. CSI encourages all interested parties to provide input to CSI so that as the built environment evolves so can MasterFormat. To learn more about MasterFormat 2004 Edition, go to http://www.csinet.org/ MasterFormat for education programs, training, certification and local chapter information.

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including a keyword index of requirements. and activities to help users find appropriate numbers and titles for construction subjects and an application guide to advise users of best practices for the use of MasterFormat titles and numbers. products. the task team embarked on the long process of revising and developing content for the 2004 edition. level three. and the need that underlies it. requirements. Successful completion of projects requires effective communication among the people involved. The broadest collections of related construction products and activities are level one titles. available from CSI and CSC in late 2004. MasterFormat ™ has become the leading standard for organizing commercial construction specifications. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Based on this commentary. . The task team explored many possible options for maintaining this balance between the demands of the present and those of the near future. Work results are defined as traditional construction practices that typically result from an application of skills to construction products or resources. products. for filing product information and other technical data.” Each division in the MasterFormat 2004 Edition: Numbers and Titles is made up of level two. and is now almost omnipresent in the AEC industry. The 2004 edition of MasterFormat promises to be the most dramatic revision in the document’s forty-year history. charged the MasterFormat Expansion Task Team with examining whether there was a need to revise and possibly expand the 1995 edition of MasterFormat to accommodate changes that have taken place in the industry since that version was published. Along with these scope and usage notes. Information retrieval is nearly impossible without a standard filing system familiar to each user. consulting with all types of users. The task team worked to develop a revised and expanded version of MasterFormat . to create Intro . A further explanation of how to use each of the individual titles listed in MasterFormat 2004 Edition: Numbers and Titles is provided in the complete MasterFormat 2004 Edition publication. All rights reserved. and attempting to bring all of this information into line with a vision of the construction industry that equally addresses the needs of next year and those of forty years from today. M ASTERFORMAT 2004 EDITION DEVELOPMENT: The MasterFormat Expansion Task Team started their work in April 2001 by reaching out to the AEC industry and soliciting commentary on the proposal to revise and expand MasterFormat . Construction projects use many different delivery methods. for organizing cost data. and one that will position it to excel at organizing construction information for a wider array of project types and currently unforeseen technology for the next forty years and beyond. MasterFormat 2004 Edition: Numbers and Titles is a master list of numbers and subject titles for organizing information about construction work results. creating and distributing drafts. collecting and evaluating commentary. along with sister organization Construction Specifications Canada (CSC). for identifying drawing objects and for presenting construction market data. the task team’s progress from draft to draft was driven by evaluating the commentary given by MasterFormat ’s users.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Introduction INTRODUCTION Over the last forty years. products.” arranged in “levels” depending on their breadth of coverage. the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). and installation methods. reference keynotes on drawings. Each MasterFormat number and title defines a “section. and integrating that with the central challenge – maintaining a balance between meeting the needs of today and working to help implement a broader vision of an integrated construction information marketplace that will soon be pervasive in the way we conduct our everyday work. and occasionally level four numbers and titles assigned by MasterFormat . and activities into a standard sequence. otherwise known as “divisions. In 2001. each of which delineate a gradually more detailed area of work results to be specified. MasterFormat Numbers and Titles facilitate standard filing and retrieval schemes throughout the construction industry. the complete publication includes other added information designed to make its use easier. thanks to the many applications to which it has been put.1 All contents copyright © 2004. Throughout its work. MasterFormat Numbers and Titles are suitable for use in project manuals.

Typically in MasterFormat .” But here’s where the difference comes in. all but eliminating concerns about future expansion. Having incorporated the input of literally hundreds of individuals and organizations into their work. More importantly. The familiar five-digit numbers in MasterFormat 1995 Edition are divided in the following fashion: 03 2 0 0 – Concrete Reinforcement The first two digits. in this case “20” represents level two. and do so without taking this effort beyond the bounds of user acceptance. providing flexibility and room for expansion that the five digit numbers could never provide. and then accepted by the task team for all subsequent drafts.” represents level three. For just as it would be senseless to create a 2004 edition of MasterFormat that was not flexible or forward-thinking and was thus ill-equipped to meet the challenges and needs that lie ahead. in this case also “03. otherwise known as “level one. an additional pair of digits is attached to the end. because each level of classification is represented by a pair of digits. to provide maximum flexibility for individual users. “00.” Each of the next three digits are taken individually.” Level four numbers have only been used at locations in which the amount of detail merits the additional level of classification.” still represent the division number. M ASTERFORMAT 2004 EDITION NUMBERING REVISION EXPLAINED: One of the most significant changes in the MasterFormat 2004 Edition is the adoption of a six-digit numbering system in place of the familiar five-digit system that has been used in MasterFormat since the 1978 edition. preserving a level of user modifiable numbers for flexibility. but when they are. the task team is proud to now present the title and number contents and organization of the next edition of this industry standard. The new six-digit MasterFormat 2004 numbers work in a slightly different fashion: 03 20 00 – Concrete Reinforcing As was the case with the old numbers. This six-digit system was first introduced in drafts issued in early 2003.13 Lightweight Cellular Insulating Concrete Additional recommendations for the use of level four and level five will be included in the MasterFormat 2004 Edition application guide and throughout the full publication. M ASTERFORMAT 2004 EDITION DIVISION CONTENTS: Though changes too numerous to list have been incorporated into the 2004 edition of MasterFormat . so too would it be pointless to create one that was so forward-thinking that it was unacceptable to today’s users and as a result was not implemented. The next pair of numbers. . there is room to address over ten times as many subjects at each level. level four numbers are not defined by the listed MasterFormat numbers. level four numbers are not assigned and are left as zero. Generally. three. MasterFormat 2004 Edition: Numbers and Titles . preceded by a “dot. otherwise still known as “level one. or levels two. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.2 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Introduction the best and most flexible and forward-thinking expansion. and the third pair. and provides exponentially more expansion spaces per level than the five-digit system. in this case “03” represent the division number. and four. the following is a summary that compares the contents of the divisions that will compose MasterFormat 2004 Edition with MasterFormat 1995 Edition: Intro . the first two digits. each representing one level of classification. Level four numbers appear like this: 03 52 16. All rights reserved. and providing it where it will have the most impact in addressing future needs for expansion to address new subject matter.

subsurface and other investigation. 23 – Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning: HVAC subjects relocated from Division 15 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition.).MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Introduction Division 00 – Procurement and Contracting Requirements: Essentially the same scope as MasterFormat 1995 Edition. Division 32 – Exterior Improvements: Site construction subjects. arranged in a revised order. Division 33 – Utilities: Expanded utility subjects relocated from Division 2 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. etc. Facility Services Subgroup: This subgroup retains the same basic content as published in Draft 4. among others. and Composites: Essentially he same scope as MasterFormat 1995 Edition with expansion in the areas of plastics and composites. Division 31 – Earthwork: Site construction subjects. Division 07 – Thermal and Moisture Protection: Essentially the same as MasterFormat 1995 Edition. and fire suppression subjects have been relocated to the Facility Services Subgroup. and site remediation. 26 – Electrical: Electrical and lighting subjects relocated from Division 16 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition.Electrical: Division 16 has been reserved for future expansion and material has been relocated to Divisions 26 – Electrical and 27 – Communications in the Facility Services Subgroup. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. as well as site construction material moved from Division 2 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. but with some new divisions.3 All contents copyright © 2004. Security access. surveying. Division 14 – Conveying Equipment: Renamed with process related material handling subjects relocated to the Process Equipment Subgroup. 04 – Masonry. 21 – Fire Suppression: Fire suppression subjects relocated from Division 13 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. and 05 – Metals: Essentially the same scope as MasterFormat 1995 Edition.” construction practices that relate to items at the site at the commencement of work – selective demolition. 22 – Plumbing: Plumbing subjects relocated from Division 15 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. and Air Conditioning in the Facility Services Subgroup. All site construction as well as heavy civil and infrastructure subject matter. chiefly below-grade. Divisions 09 – Finishes and 10 – Specialties: Essentially the same scope as MasterFormat 1995 Edition. Division 13 – Special Construction: Special construction related to process engineering has been relocated to the Process Equipment Subgroup. All rights reserved. structure. 25 – Integrated Automation: Expanded integrated automation subjects relocated from Division 13 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. Plastics. Division 06 – Wood. site decontamination. detection and alarm. Division 11 – Equipment: Equipment related to process engineering has been relocated to the Process Equipment Subgroup and equipment related to infrastructure has been relocated to the Site and Infrastructure Subgroup. from Division 2 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. Division 08 – Openings: Renamed but with essentially the same scope of as MasterFormat 1995 Edition with the addition of some other openings such as louvers and grilles. Site and Infrastructure Subgroup: This subgroup contains heavy civil and utility subject matter. has been relocated to the Site and Infrastructure Subgroup. Division 16 . Division 01 – General Requirements: Area for performance requirements added to allow for writing performance requirements for elements that overlap work sections (building envelope. This allows for a mixture of broad performance specifications and prescriptive specifications in a project manual. . Intro . Divisions 03 – Concrete . Division 12 – Furnishings: Essentially the same scope as MasterFormat 1995 Edition. building automation. Ventilating. from Division 2 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. 27 – Communications: Expanded communications subjects relocated from Division 16 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. Division 15 – Mechanical: Division 15 has been reserved for future expansion and material has been relocated to Division 22 – Plumbing and Division 23 – Heating. chiefly above-grade. Division 02 – Existing Conditions: This division is now limited to “existing conditions. 28 – Electronic Safety and Security: Expanded electronic safety and security subjects relocated from Division 13 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. including utility and pavement work.

As a result. Division 41 – Material Processing and Handling Equipment: Equipment for processing and conditioning of raw materials. while some has been relocated form Divisions 11. All rights reserved. Intro . water.CSINet . and Construction Specifications Canada (CSC). The 2004 edition of MasterFormat replaces the 1995 edition and is produced jointly by The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). (800) 689-2900. Division 48 – Electrical Power Generation: Plants and equipment for the generation and control of electrical power from fossil fuel. All industries currently identified within the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) are allocated space within the division. the OCCS Development Committee. Division 44 – Pollution Control Equipment: Equipment for controlling emission of contaminants from manufacturing processes and treatment of air. Division 45 – Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment: A division in which users can specify equipment that is used only within a single industry. liquids. Once fully developed. the OCCS will be the basis for deriving relational applications. it’s not recommended that users populate these divisions with their own material. manufacturing equipment and machinery. To minimize costs resulting from potential future expansions. Purification and Storage Equipment: Equipment for handling. Division 42 – Process Heating. soils and noise contaminants. and will support and empower the transfer and use of information in the construction marketplace. solar energy. Process Equipment Subgroup: Some material in this subgroup is new to MasterFormat 2004 Edition.org/MasterFormat. All of these systems must work together as a whole. 13. Division 35 – Waterway and Marine Construction: Expanded waterway and marine subjects relocated from mainly Division 2 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. a multi-table system for organizing information used by the AEC industry.4 All contents copyright © 2004. material handling equipment for bulk materials as well as discrete units. insulation. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. test equipment. and Drying Equipment: Equipment for process heating. heat tracing. This division includes elements used to tie these systems together: piping. gases and manufactured items and materials. electrochemical energy. Division 40 – Process Integration: Process facilities are composed of a variety of subsystems. Divisions not named above are explicitly reserved to provide space for future development and expansion. to ensure that MasterFormat is compatible with OmniClass. M ASTERFORMAT 2004 EDITION AND OTHER INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION EFFORTS The MasterFormat Expansion Task Team's work also envisions the expanded content of MasterFormat serving to inform Table 22 (Work Results) of the OmniClass Construction Classification System (OCCS). MasterFormat ’s 2004 edition will play an important role in this activity. geothermal energy. For those interested in more information about MasterFormat and its use in the construction industry contact CSI Member Service at (800) 689-2900 or consult the web at www. wind. and also provides a place to specify commissioning requirements for the subsystems and the facility as a whole. gases. CSI has worked with the crossindustry group responsible for the creation and maintenance of this standard. the full version of MasterFormat will be one of the first applications of the OCCS. Division 43 – Process Gas and Liquid Handling. includes atmospheric tanks as well as pressure vessels. control. nuclear energy. cooling and drying of materials. and fuel cells. tied together and integrated by distribution pathways. and instrumentation. purification and storage of process liquids. and packaging / shipping systems. . ultimately serving all participants who work to sustain the built environment throughout the entire life cycle. hydroelectric. (416)7772198. Cooling. and 14 in MasterFormat 1995 Edition. and instrumentation and control systems. slurries.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Introduction Division 34 – Transportation: Expanded transportation subjects relocated from various Divisions in MasterFormat 1995 Edition.

All rights reserved. and Air Conditioning Reserved Integrated Automation Electrical Communications Electronic Safety and Security Reserved Div Numbers . . and Drying Equipment Process Gas and Liquid Handling.1 All contents copyright © 2004. Cooling. Plastics.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Division Numbers & Titles Division Numbers and Titles PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS GROUP Division 00 Procurement and Contracting Requirements SPECIFICATIONS GROUP GENERAL REQUIREMENTS SUBGROUP Division 01 General Requirements SITE AND INFRASTRUCTURE SUBGROUP Division 30 Division 31 Division 32 Division 33 Division 34 Division 35 Division 36 Division 37 Division 38 Division 39 Reserved Earthwork Exterior Improvements Utilities Transportation Waterway and Marine Construction Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved FACILITY CONSTRUCTION SUBGROUP Division 02 Division 03 Division 04 Division 05 Division 06 Division 07 Division 08 Division 09 Division 10 Division 11 Division 12 Division 13 Division 14 Division 15 Division 16 Division 17 Division 18 Division 19 Existing Conditions Concrete Masonry Metals Wood. Purification. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. and Composites Thermal and Moisture Protection Openings Finishes Specialties Equipment Furnishings Special Construction Conveying Equipment Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PROCESS EQUIPMENT SUBGROUP Division 40 Division 41 Division 42 Division 43 Division 44 Division 45 Division 46 Division 47 Division 48 Division 49 Process Integration Material Processing and Handling Equipment Process Heating. Ventilating. and Storage Equipment Pollution Control Equipment Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment Reserved Reserved Electrical Power Generation Reserved FACILITY SERVICES SUBGROUP Division 20 Division 21 Division 22 Division 23 Division 24 Division 25 Division 26 Division 27 Division 28 Division 29 Reserved Fire Suppression Plumbing Heating.

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00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements DIVISION 00 – PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS 00 00 00 PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCTORY I NFORMATION 00 01 01 00 01 05 00 01 07 00 01 10 00 01 15 00 01 20 Project Title Page Certifications Page Seals Page Table of Contents List of Drawing Sheets List of Schedules PROCUREMENT REQUIREMENTS 00 10 00 SOLICITATION Advertisements and Invitations Advertisement for Bids Invitation to Bid Request for Proposal Request for Qualifications 00 11 00 00 11 13 00 11 16 00 11 19 00 11 53 00 20 00 INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROCUREMENT Instructions Instructions to Bidders Instructions to Proposers Supplementary Instructions to Bidders Supplementary Instructions to Proposers Scopes of Bids 00 21 00 00 22 00 00 23 00 00 24 00 00 21 13 00 21 16 00 22 13 00 22 16 00 24 13 00 24 16 Supplementary Instructions Procurement Definitions Procurement Scopes 00 24 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 00 24 16. All rights reserved.16 Scopes of Proposals Scopes of Bids (Multiple Contracts) Scopes of Bids (Multiple-Prime Contract) Scopes of Proposals (Multiple Contracts) Scopes of Proposals (Multiple-Prime Contract) 00 25 00 00 26 00 00 25 13 00 25 16 Procurement Meetings Procurement Substitution Procedures Available Project Information Preliminary Schedules Pre-Bid Meetings Pre-Proposal Meetings 00 30 00 AVAILABLE INFORMATION 00 31 00 00 31 13 00 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. .1 All contents copyright © 2004.16 00 24 16.13 00 24 13.

23 00 31 31.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 00 31 21.29 00 31 24.26 00 31 31.16 00 31 25.13 00 31 24.33 Project Budget Information Existing Condition Information Preliminary Project Schedule Preliminary Construction Schedule Preliminary Project Phases Preliminary Project Sequencing Preliminary Project Milestones 00 31 21 00 31 19.23 00 31 26.29 00 31 32.13 00 31 13.26 00 31 26.16 00 31 13. All rights reserved.13 00 31 31.13 00 31 19.19 00 31 21.19 00 31 32.16 00 31 19.26 00 31 13.23 00 31 13.16 00 31 21.36 00 31 31. and Composites Information Existing Thermal and Moisture Protection Information Existing Asbestos Information Existing Lead Information Existing Polychlorinate Biphenyl Information Existing Mold Information Existing Hazardous Waste Drum Information Seismic Investigations Information Gravity Investigations Information Magnetic Investigations Information Electromagnetic Investigations Information Electrical Resistivity Investigations Information Magnetotelluric Investigations Information Subsurface Drilling and Sampling Information Material Testing Information Exploratory Excavation Information Geotechnical Monitoring Information 00 31 31 Geophysical Data 00 31 32 Geotechnical Data 00 31 43 Permit Application 00 40 00 PROCUREMENT FORMS AND SUPPLEMENTS Bid Forms Bid Form – Stipulated Sum (Single-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Stipulated Sum (Multiple-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Construction Management (Single-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Construction Management (Multiple-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Cost Plus-Fee (Single-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Cost-Plus-Fee (Multiple-Prime Contract) 00 41 00 00 41 13 00 41 16 00 41 23 00 41 26 00 41 33 00 41 36 00 . Plastics.16 00 31 32.19 00 31 24.19 00 31 31.29 00 31 26. 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements 00 31 16 00 31 19 00 31 13.33 00 31 26.23 00 31 25.23 00 31 24. .13 00 31 32.19 00 31 25.2 All contents copyright © 2004.26 00 31 24.29 00 31 26. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.26 00 31 25.33 00 31 25.16 00 31 31.23 Survey Information Movement and Vibration Information Acoustic Information Traffic Information Site Survey Information Measured Drawing Information Photographic Information 00 31 24 Environmental Assessment Information Soil Contamination Report Environmental Impact Study Report Environmental Impact Report Evaluation Record of Environmental Impact Decision Environmental Impact Mitigation Report 00 31 25 Existing Material Information 00 31 26 Existing Hazardous Material Information Existing Concrete Information Existing Masonry Information Existing Metals Information Existing Wood.

All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements 00 41 43 00 41 46 00 41 53 00 41 56 00 41 63 Bid Form – Unit Price (Single-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Unit Price (Multiple-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Design/Build (Single-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Design/Build (Multiple-Prime Contract) Bid Form – Purchase Contract 00 42 00 00 42 13 00 42 16 00 42 23 00 42 26 00 42 33 00 42 36 00 42 43 00 42 46 00 42 53 00 42 56 00 42 63 00 43 13 00 43 21 00 43 22 00 43 23 00 43 25 00 43 26 00 43 33 00 43 36 00 43 39 00 43 43 00 43 73 00 43 83 00 43 86 00 43 93 00 45 13 00 45 16 00 45 19 00 45 23 00 45 26 00 45 33 00 45 36 00 45 39 00 45 43 00 45 46 Proposal Forms Proposal Form – Stipulated Sum (Single-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Stipulated Sum (Multiple-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Construction Management (Single-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Construction Management (Multiple-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Cost-Plus-Fee (Single-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Cost-Plus-Fee (Multiple-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Unit Price (Single-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Unit Price (Multiple-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Design/Build (Single-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Design/Build (Multiple-Prime Contract) Proposal Form – Purchase Contract Bid Security Form Allowance Form Unit Prices Form Alternates Form Substitution Request Form (During Procurement) Estimated Quantities Form Proposed Products Form Proposed Subcontractors Form Minority Business Enterprise Statement of Intent Form Wage Rates Form Proposed Schedule of Values Form Proposed Construction Schedule Form Proposed Work Plan Schedule Form Bid Submittal Checklist Bidder’s Qualifications Proposer’s Qualifications Non-Collusion Affidavit Statement of Disposal Facility Worker’s Compensation Certificate Schedule Non-Segregated Facilities Affidavit Equal Employment Opportunity Affidavit Minority Business Enterprise Affidavit Corporate Resolutions Governmental Certifications 00 43 00 Procurement Form Supplements 00 45 00 Representations and Certifications CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS 00 50 00 CONTRACTING FORMS AND SUPPLEMENTS Notice of Award Agreement Forms Agreement Form – Stipulated Sum (Single-Prime Contract) 00 51 00 00 52 00 00 52 13 00 . .3 All contents copyright © 2004.

16 00 63 00 00 63 13 00 63 19 00 63 25 00 63 33 00 63 36 00 63 43 00 63 46 00 63 49 00 63 53 Clarification and Modification Forms Request for Interpretation Form Clarification Form Substitution Request Form (During Construction) Supplemental Instruction Form Field Order Form Written Amendment Form Construction Change Directive Form Work Change Directive Form Request for Proposal Form 00 .13 00 62 76.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.16 00 61 00 00 61 13 00 61 16 00 61 19 00 61 23 00 61 26 00 62 11 00 62 16 00 62 19 00 62 23 00 62 33 00 62 34 00 62 39 00 62 73 00 62 76 00 62 79 00 62 83 00 62 86 00 62 89 00 62 00 Certificates and Other Forms Submittal Transmittal Form Certificate of Insurance Form Infection Control Form Construction Waste Diversion Form Products Form Recycled Content of Materials Form Minority Business Enterprise Certification Form Schedule of Values Form Application for Payment Form Stored Material Form Construction Schedule Form Work Plan Schedule Form Construction Equipment Form Sales Tax Form Consent of Surety to Reduction of Retainage Form 00 62 76.4 All contents copyright © 2004. 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements 00 52 16 00 52 23 00 52 26 00 52 33 00 52 36 00 52 43 00 52 46 00 52 53 00 52 56 00 52 63 Agreement Form – Stipulated Sum (Multiple-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Construction Management (Single-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Construction Management (Multiple-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Cost Plus-Fee (Single-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Cost-Plus-Fee (Multiple-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Unit Price (Single-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Unit Price (Multiple-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Design/Build (Single-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Design/Build (Multiple-Prime Contract) Agreement Form – Purchase 00 54 00 00 54 13 00 54 21 00 54 22 Agreement Form Supplements Supplementary Scope Statement Allowances Schedule Unit Prices Schedule 00 55 00 Notice to Proceed Bond Forms 00 60 00 PROJECT FORMS Performance and Payment Bond Form Lien Bond Form Maintenance Bond Form Retainage Bond Form Special Bond Form Performance Bond Form Payment Bond Form 00 61 13.13 00 61 13. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

19 00 65 19.26 Warranty Form Statutory Declaration Form 00 70 00 CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT Contracting Definitions General Conditions General Conditions – Stipulated Sum (Single-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Stipulated Sum (Multiple-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Construction Management (Single-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Construction Management (Multiple-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Cost Plus-Fee (Single-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Cost-Plus-Fee (Multiple-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Unit Price (Single-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Unit Price (Multiple-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Design/Build (Single-Prime Contract) General Conditions – Design/Build (Multiple-Prime Contract) Insurance Requirements Health and Safety Requirements Purchase Contracts Assigned Contracts Non-Segregated Facilities Requirements Equal Employment Opportunity Requirements Wage Rate Requirements Wage Determination Schedule Labor Stabilization Agreement Anti-Pollution Measures Security Requirements Statutory Requirements 00 71 00 00 72 00 00 72 13 00 72 16 00 72 23 00 72 26 00 72 33 00 72 36 00 72 43 00 72 46 00 72 53 00 72 56 00 73 16 00 73 19 00 73 23 00 73 26 00 73 33 00 73 36 00 73 43 00 73 46 00 73 49 00 73 53 00 73 63 00 73 73 00 73 00 Supplementary Conditions 00 80 00 00 90 00 00 91 00 Unassigned REVISIONS . 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements 00 63 54 00 63 55 00 63 57 00 63 63 Proposal Worksheet Summary Form Proposal Worksheet Detail Form Change Order Request Form Change Order Form 00 65 00 00 65 13 00 65 16 00 65 19 Closeout Forms Certificate of Compliance Form Certificate of Substantial Completion Form Certificate of Completion Form Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims Form Affidavit of Release of Liens Form Consent of Surety to Final Payment Form Acceptance Certificate Form Final Settlement Certificate Form 00 65 36 00 65 73 00 65 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 00 65 19.5 All contents copyright © 2004.23 00 65 19.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 00 65 19. AND M ODIFICATIONS Precontract Revisions Addenda Bid Revisions Proposal Revisions 00 91 13 00 91 16 00 91 19 00 93 13 00 93 00 Record Clarifications and Proposals Record Requests for Interpretation 00 . . CLARIFICATIONS . All rights reserved.

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Div. 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements

00 93 19 00 93 53 00 93 54 00 93 57

Record Clarification Notices Record Proposal Requests Record Proposal Worksheet Summaries Record Change Order Requests

00 94 00

00 94 33 00 94 36 00 94 39 00 94 43 00 94 46 00 94 49 00 94 63

Record Modifications

Record Minor Changes in the Work Record Supplemental Instructions Record Field Orders Record Amendments Record Construction Change Directives Record Work Change Directives Record Change Orders

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Div. 01 – General Requirements

DIVISION 01 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
01 00 00 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
01 10 00 SUMMARY
Summary of Work
Work Covered by Contract Documents Work by Owner Purchase Contracts Summary of Contracts Work Sequence Contract Interface

01 11 00

01 11 13 01 11 16 01 11 19 01 12 13 01 12 16 01 12 19 01 14 13 01 14 16 01 14 19

01 12 00

Multiple Contract Summary

01 14 00

Work Restrictions

Access to Site Coordination with Occupants Use of Site

01 18 00

Project Utility Sources Allowances

01 20 00

PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES
Cash Allowances Contingency Allowances Testing and Inspecting Allowances Installation Allowances Product Allowances Quantity Allowances Time Allowances Unit Price Measurement Unit Price Payment Value Engineering Product Substitution Procedures Execution Substitution Procedures Requests for Interpretation Clarification Notices Minor Changes in the Work Supplemental Instructions Field Orders Amendments Construction Change Directives Work Change Directives Proposal Requests Proposal Worksheet Summaries

01 21 00

01 21 13 01 21 16 01 21 19 01 21 23 01 21 26 01 21 29 01 21 43 01 22 13 01 22 16 01 24 13 01 25 13 01 25 16 01 26 13 01 26 19 01 26 33 01 26 36 01 26 39 01 26 43 01 26 46 01 26 49 01 26 53 01 26 54

01 22 00 01 23 00 01 24 00 01 25 00 01 26 00

Unit Prices

Alternates Value Analysis

Substitution Procedures

Contract Modification Procedures

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Div. 01 – General Requirements

01 26 57 01 26 63

Change Order Requests Change Orders

01 29 00

01 29 73 01 29 76 01 29 83

Payment Procedures

Schedule of Values Progress Payment Procedures Payment Procedures for Testing Laboratory Services

01 30 00

ADMINISTRATIVE R EQUIREMENTS
Project Management and Coordination
Project Coordination Multiple Contract Coordination Project Meetings
Preconstruction Meetings Site Mobilization Meetings Progress Meetings Preinstallation Meetings

01 31 00

01 31 13 01 31 16 01 31 19

01 31 23

01 31 19.13 01 31 19.16 01 31 19.23 01 31 19.33

Project Web Site

01 32 00

01 32 13 01 32 16 01 32 19 01 32 23 01 32 26 01 32 29 01 32 33 01 32 43

Construction Progress Documentation
Scheduling of Work Construction Progress Schedule
Network Analysis Schedules

01 32 16.13

Submittals Schedule Survey and Layout Data Construction Progress Reporting Periodic Work Observation Photographic Documentation Purchase Order Tracking Certificates Design Data Field Test Reporting Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples Source Quality Control Reporting Sustainable Design Reporting Special Project Procedures
Special Project Procedures for Airport Facilities Special Project Procedures for Detention Facilities Special Project Procedures for Health care Facilities Special Project Procedures for Contaminated Sites

01 33 00

01 33 13 01 33 16 01 33 19 01 33 23 01 33 26 01 33 29 01 35 13

Submittal Procedures

01 35 00

Special Procedures

01 35 16 01 35 23 01 35 26 01 35 29 01 35 33 01 35 43 01 35 53 01 35 91

01 35 13.13 01 35 13.16 01 35 13.19 01 35 13.43

Alteration Project Procedures Owner Safety Requirements Governmental Safety Requirements Health, Safety, and Emergency Response Procedures Infection Control Procedures Environmental Procedures
Health, Safety, and Emergency Response Procedures for Contaminated Sites

01 35 29.13

01 35 43.13 01 35 43.16

Security Procedures Historic Treatment Procedures

Environmental Procedures for Hazardous Materials Environmental Procedures for Toxic Materials

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13 01 50 00 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS Temporary Utilities Temporary Electricity Temporary Fire Protection Temporary Fuel Oil Temporary Heating. and Ventilating Temporary Lighting Temporary Natural-Gas Temporary Telecommunications Temporary Water Field Offices and Sheds First Aid Facilities Sanitary Facilities Temporary Bridges Temporary Decking Temporary Overpasses Temporary Ramps Temporary Runarounds 01 51 00 01 51 13 01 51 16 01 51 19 01 51 23 01 51 26 01 51 29 01 51 33 01 51 36 01 52 13 01 52 16 01 52 19 01 53 13 01 53 16 01 53 19 01 53 23 01 53 26 01 52 00 Construction Facilities 01 53 00 Temporary Construction 01 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Cooling. 01 – General Requirements 01 40 00 QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Regulatory Requirements Codes Laws Rules Fees Permits 01 41 00 01 42 00 01 41 13 01 41 16 01 41 19 01 41 23 01 41 26 01 42 13 01 42 16 01 42 19 01 43 13 01 43 16 01 43 19 01 43 23 01 43 26 01 43 29 01 43 33 01 43 36 01 43 39 01 45 13 01 45 16 01 45 23 01 45 26 01 45 29 01 45 33 References Abbreviations and Acronyms Definitions Reference Standards Manufacturer Qualifications Supplier Qualifications Fabricator Qualifications Installer Qualifications Testing and Inspecting Agency Qualifications Code-Required Special Inspector Qualifications Manufacturer’s Field Services Field Samples Mockups Source Quality Control Procedures Field Quality Control Procedures Testing and Inspecting Services Plant Inspection Procedures Testing Laboratory Services Code-Required Special Inspections and Procedures Contractor Quality Control 01 43 00 Quality Assurance 01 45 00 Quality Control 01 45 16. . All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.3 All contents copyright © 2004.

16 Protection of Adjacent Construction Construction Layout Construction Surveying 01 73 00 Execution 01 . .13 01 71 23. All rights reserved.4 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 01 – General Requirements 01 54 00 01 54 13 01 54 16 01 54 19 01 54 23 01 54 26 01 55 13 01 55 16 01 55 19 01 55 23 01 55 26 01 55 29 01 56 13 01 56 16 01 56 19 01 56 23 01 56 26 01 56 29 01 56 33 01 56 36 01 56 39 01 57 13 01 57 16 01 57 19 01 57 23 01 58 13 01 58 16 Construction Aids Temporary Elevators Temporary Hoists Temporary Cranes Temporary Scaffolding and Platforms Temporary Swing Staging Temporary Access Roads Haul Routes Temporary Parking Areas Temporary Roads Traffic Control Staging Areas 01 55 00 Vehicular Access and Parking 01 56 00 Temporary Barriers and Enclosures Temporary Air Barriers Temporary Dust Barriers Temporary Noise Barriers Temporary Barricades Temporary Fencing Temporary Protective Walkways Temporary Security Barriers Temporary Security Enclosures Temporary Tree and Plant Protection 01 57 00 Temporary Controls 01 58 00 Project Identification Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control Temporary Pest Control Temporary Environmental Controls Temporary Storm Water Pollution Control Temporary Project Signage Temporary Interior Signage 01 60 00 PRODUCT R EQUIREMENTS Common Product Requirements Product Options Owner-Furnished Products Product Delivery Requirements Product Storage and Handling Requirements Software Licensing Requirements 01 61 00 01 62 00 01 64 00 01 65 00 01 66 00 01 61 13 01 66 13 01 66 16 Product Storage and Handling Requirements for Hazardous Materials Product Storage and Handling Requirements for Toxic Materials 01 70 00 EXECUTION AND CLOSEOUT R EQUIREMENTS Examination and Preparation Mobilization Acceptance of Conditions Field Engineering 01 71 00 01 71 13 01 71 16 01 71 23 01 71 33 01 71 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

5 Facility Shell Performance Requirements 01 84 00 Interiors Performance Requirements All contents copyright © 2004. 01 – General Requirements 01 73 13 01 73 16 01 73 19 01 73 23 01 73 26 01 73 29 Application Erection Installation Bracing and Anchoring Existing Products Cutting and Patching 01 74 00 01 74 13 01 74 16 01 74 19 01 74 23 01 75 13 01 75 16 01 77 13 01 77 16 01 77 19 01 78 13 01 78 19 01 78 23 Cleaning and Waste Management Progress Cleaning Site Maintenance Construction Waste Management and Disposal Final Cleaning Checkout Procedures Startup Procedures 01 75 00 01 76 00 01 77 00 Starting and Adjusting Protecting Installed Construction Closeout Procedures Preliminary Closeout Reviews Final Closeout Review Closeout Requirements 01 78 00 Closeout Submittals Completion and Correction List Maintenance Contracts Operation and Maintenance Data Operation Data Maintenance Data Preventative Maintenance Instructions 01 79 00 01 78 29 01 78 33 01 78 36 01 78 39 01 78 43 01 78 46 01 78 53 01 78 23. All rights reserved. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 01 78 23.19 Demonstration and Training Final Site Survey Bonds Warranties Project Record Documents Spare Parts Extra Stock Materials Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation 01 80 00 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Facility Performance Requirements Sustainable Design Requirements Facility Environmental Requirements Indoor Air Quality Requirements 01 81 00 01 81 13 01 81 16 01 81 19 01 82 13 01 82 16 01 83 13 01 83 16 01 83 19 01 84 13 01 84 16 01 84 19 01 82 00 01 83 00 Facility Substructure Performance Requirements Foundation Performance Requirements Basement Construction Performance Requirements Superstructure Performance Requirements Exterior Enclosure Performance Requirements Roofing Performance Requirements Interior Construction Performance Requirements Stairways Performance Requirements Interior Finishes Performance Requirements 01 .16 01 78 23.

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13 02 21 13 02 21 16 02 22 13 02 22 16 02 22 19 02 22 23 02 24 13 02 22 00 Existing Conditions Assessment Movement and Vibration Assessment Acoustic Assessment Traffic Assessment Accessibility Assessment Natural Environment Assessment Air Assessment Water Assessment Land Assessment 02 24 00 Environmental Assessment 02 24 23 02 24 43 02 24 13.13 02 25 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 02 24 13.13 02 25 23. All rights reserved.19 02 06 30 02 06 50 02 06 65 02 06 80 02 06 86 Schedules for Existing Conditions Boring or Test Pit Log Schedule Schedules for Subsurface Investigations Schedules for Site Remediation Schedules for Underground Storage Tank Removal Schedules for Facility Remediation Schedules for Hazardous Waste Drum Handling 02 06 30. and Composites Assessment 02 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 02 – Existing Conditions DIVISION 02 – EXISTING CONDITIONS 02 00 00 EXISTING CONDITIONS 02 01 00 02 01 50 02 01 65 02 01 80 02 01 86 02 05 19 Maintenance of Existing Conditions Maintenance of Site Remediation Maintenance of Underground Storage Tank Removal Maintenance of Facility Remediation Maintenance of Hazardous Waste Drum Handling Geosynthetics for Existing Conditions Geotextiles for Existing Conditions Geomembranes for Existing Conditions Geogrids for Existing Conditions 02 05 00 Common Work Results for Existing Conditions 02 06 00 02 05 19.73 Chemical Sampling and Analysis of Soils Transboundary and Global Environmental Aspects Assessment Existing Concrete Assessment Existing Masonry Assessment Existing Metals Assessment Welding Investigations Concrete Assessment Drilling Masonry Assessment Drilling 02 25 00 02 25 16 02 25 19 02 25 23 02 25 26 Existing Material Assessment 02 25 16.13 Existing Wood.43 02 24 13.13 02 08 00 Commissioning of Existing Conditions 02 10 00 02 20 00 02 21 00 Unassigned ASSESSMENT Surveys Site Surveys Measured Drawings Boundary and Survey Markers 02 21 13. . Plastics.13 02 05 19.16 02 05 19.

13 02 43 16. 02 – Existing Conditions 02 25 29 Existing Thermal and Moisture Protection Assessment 02 26 00 02 25 29.23 02 26 23 02 26 26 02 26 29 02 26 33 02 26 36 Hazardous Material Assessment Waterproofing Investigations Roofing Investigations Asbestos Assessment Lead Assessment Polychlorinate Biphenyl Assessment Biological Assessment Hazardous Waste Drum Assessment Mold Assessment 02 26 33.13 02 40 00 DEMOLITION AND STRUCTURE M OVING Demolition Selective Site Demolition Paving Removal Utility Line Removal Railtrack Removal Building Demolition Tower Demolition Bridge Demolition Dam Demolition 02 41 13. .13 02 30 00 SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION Geophysical Investigations Seismic Investigations Gravity Investigations Magnetic Investigations Electromagnetic Investigations Electrical Resistivity Investigations Magnetotelluric Investigations Subsurface Drilling and Sampling Material Testing Exploratory Excavations Geotechnical Monitoring Before Construction Groundwater Monitoring Before Construction 02 31 00 02 32 00 02 31 13 02 31 16 02 31 19 02 31 23 02 31 26 02 31 29 02 32 13 02 32 16 02 32 19 02 32 23 Geotechnical Investigations 02 32 23.13 02 50 00 SITE REMEDIATION Physical Decontamination Coagulation and Flocculation Decontamination Reverse-Osmosis Decontamination Solidification and Stabilization Decontamination 02 .23 02 41 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 02 41 00 02 41 13 02 41 16 Structure Demolition 02 41 19 Selective Structure Demolition Selective Historic Demolition Selective Building Demolition 02 42 00 02 43 00 02 41 91 02 42 91 02 43 13 02 43 16 Removal and Salvage of Construction Materials Structure Moving Structure Relocation Structure Raising Building Relocation Building Raising Removal and Salvage of Historic Construction Materials 02 43 13.33 02 41 16.13 02 41 13.13 02 41 16.13 02 25 29.33 02 41 16.2 02 51 00 02 51 13 02 51 16 02 51 19 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.23 02 41 16.43 02 41 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

16 02 58 00 02 58 13 02 58 16 Snow Control 02 60 00 CONTAMINATED SITE M ATERIAL REMOVAL Removal and Disposal of Contaminated Soils Excavation and Handling of Contaminated Material Removal and Disposal of Polychlorinate Biphenyl Contaminated Soils Removal and Disposal of Asbestos Contaminated Soils Removal and Disposal of Organically Contaminated Soils Air and Steam Stripping Soil Vapor Extraction 02 61 00 02 61 13 02 61 23 02 61 26 02 61 29 02 62 13 02 62 16 02 62 00 Hazardous Waste Recovery Processes 02 .19 Soil Washing through Separation/Solubilization Organic Decontamination Waste Containment Gas Containment 02 55 00 02 56 00 02 56 13 02 56 19 Remediation Soil Stabilization Site Containment Geomembrane Waste Containment Fluid-Applied Gas Barrier 02 56 13.13 02 56 19. All rights reserved.13 02 54 00 02 54 13 02 54 16 02 54 19 Biological Decontamination Aerobic Processes Decontamination Anaerobic Processes Decontamination Bioremediation Decontamination Bioremediation Using Landfarming Bioremediation of Soils Using Windrow Composting Bioremediation Using Bacteria Injection 02 54 23 02 54 26 02 54 19. 02 – Existing Conditions 02 51 23 02 51 26 02 51 29 02 51 33 Mechanical Filtration Decontamination Radioactive Decontamination Surface Cleaning Decontamination Surface Removal Decontamination High-Pressure Water Cleaning Decontamination Vacuum Sweeping Cleaning Decontamination Surface Removal Decontamination by Grinding Surface Removal Decontamination by Sand Blasting Surface Removal Decontamination by Ultrasound 02 51 29.16 02 51 33. .13 02 57 13.13 02 51 29.3 All contents copyright © 2004.13 02 57 00 02 57 13 02 57 16 Sinkhole Remediation Sinkhole Remediation by Grouting Sinkhole Remediation by Backfilling Snow Fencing Snow Avalanche Control Sinkhole Remediation by Compaction Grouting Sinkhole Remediation by Cap Grouting 02 57 13.16 02 51 33.13 02 51 33.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.19 02 52 00 02 52 13 02 52 16 02 52 19 02 53 13 02 53 16 02 53 19 Chemical Decontamination Chemical Precipitation Decontamination Ion Change Decontamination Neutralization Decontamination Incineration Decontamination Thermal Desorption Decontamination Vitrification Decontamination Remediation of Contaminated Soils and Sludges by Incineration Remediation of Contaminated Soils by Thermal Desorption 02 53 00 Thermal Decontamination 02 53 13.13 02 53 16.16 02 54 19.13 02 54 19.

02 – Existing Conditions 02 62 19 Soil Washing and Flushing 02 65 00 02 66 00 Underground Storage Tank Removal Landfill Construction and Storage Groundwater Treatment Water Decontamination 02 70 00 WATER R EMEDIATION Chemical Water Decontamination Biological Water Decontamination Electrolysis Water Decontamination 02 71 00 02 72 00 02 72 13 02 72 16 02 72 19 02 80 00 FACILITY REMEDIATION Transportation and Disposal of Hazardous Materials Asbestos Remediation Asbestos Abatement Glovebag Asbestos Abatement Precautions for Asbestos Abatement Asbestos Floor Tile and Mastic Abatement 02 81 00 02 82 00 02 82 13 02 82 16 02 82 33 02 82 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.13 02 84 16 02 84 33 02 85 13 02 85 16 02 85 19 02 85 33 Polychlorinate Biphenyl Remediation Mold Remediation Handling of Lighting Ballasts and Lamps Containing PCBs and Mercury Removal and Disposal of Polychlorinate Biphenyls Precautions for Mold Remediation Mold Remediation Preparation and Containment Mold Remediation Clearance Air Sampling Removal and Disposal of Materials with Mold 02 86 00 Hazardous Waste Drum Handling 02 90 00 Unassigned 02 .13 02 84 00 02 85 00 02 83 33. .16 02 82 13.19 Engineering Control of Asbestos Containing Materials Removal and Disposal of Asbestos Containing Materials Lead Hazard Control Activities Lead-Based Paint Remediation Removal and Disposal of Material Containing Lead Lead-Based Paint Removal and Disposal Lead-Based Paint Abatement 02 83 00 02 83 13 02 83 19 02 83 33 Lead Remediation 02 83 19.13 02 82 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

61 03 01 50. All rights reserved.71 03 01 30.in-Place Concrete Strengthening of Cast.16 03 06 30. 03 – Concrete DIVISION 03 – CONCRETE 03 00 00 CONCRETE 03 01 00 03 01 10 03 01 20 03 01 23 03 01 30 Maintenance of Concrete Maintenance of Concrete Forming and Accessories Maintenance of Concrete Reinforcing Maintenance of Stressing Tendons Maintenance of Cast-in-Place Concrete Cleaning of Cast.51 03 01 30.51 03 01 40.13 03 06 30.1 All contents copyright © 2004.in-Place Concrete Cleaning of Precast Concrete Resurfacing of Precast Concrete Rehabilitation of Precast Concrete Strengthening of Precast Concrete 03 01 40 03 01 30.71 03 01 50.71 03 01 40.72 Maintenance of Cast Decks and Underlayment Cleaning Cast Decks and Underlayment Resurfacing of Cast Decks and Underlayment Rehabilitation of Cast Decks and Underlayment Strengthening of Cast Decks and Underlayment 03 01 60 03 01 70 03 01 80 Maintenance of Grouting Maintenance of Mass Concrete Maintenance of Concrete Cutting and Boring 03 05 00 03 06 00 03 06 10 03 06 20 03 06 30 Common Work Results for Concrete Schedules for Concrete Schedules for Concrete Forming and Accessories Schedules for Concrete Reinforcing Schedules for Cast-in-Place Concrete Concrete Footing Schedule Concrete Column Schedule Concrete Slab Schedule Concrete Shaft Schedule Concrete Beam Schedule Concrete Beam Reinforcing Schedule Concrete Slab Reinforcing Schedule 03 06 20.13 03 06 40 03 06 50 03 06 60 03 06 70 03 06 80 Schedules for Precast Concrete Schedules for Cast Decks and Underlayment Schedules for Grouting Schedules for Mass Concrete Schedules for Concrete Cutting and Boring Precast Concrete Panel Schedule 03 08 00 Commissioning of Concrete Concrete Forming 03 10 00 CONCRETE FORMING AND ACCESSORIES Structural Cast-in-Place Concrete Forming 03 11 00 03 11 13 03 .23 03 06 30.72 03 01 50.51 03 01 50.61 03 01 40. .in-Place Concrete Resurfacing of Cast.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 03 06 20.16 03 06 30.26 03 06 40.19 03 06 30. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.in-Place Concrete Rehabilitation of Cast.61 03 01 30.72 Maintenance of Precast Concrete 03 01 50 03 01 40.

03 – Concrete 03 11 16 03 11 19 03 11 23 03 11 13. .2 All contents copyright © 2004.16 03 11 13.13 Architectural Cast-in Place Concrete Forming Insulating Concrete Forming Permanent Stair Forming Waterstops Concrete Form Liners Concrete Slip Forming Concrete Shoring Falsework 03 15 00 03 15 13 Concrete Accessories 03 20 00 CONCRETE R EINFORCING Reinforcing Steel Galvanized Reinforcing Steel Epoxy-Coated Reinforcing Steel Galvanized Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing Epoxy-Coated Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing 03 21 00 03 22 00 03 23 00 03 24 00 03 21 13 03 21 16 03 22 13 03 22 16 Welded Wire Fabric Reinforcing Stressing Tendons Fibrous Reinforcing 03 30 00 03 30 53 03 31 13 03 31 16 03 31 19 03 31 23 03 31 26 03 33 13 03 33 16 03 35 13 03 35 16 03 35 19 03 35 23 03 35 26 03 35 29 03 35 33 03 37 13 03 37 16 03 37 19 03 37 23 03 37 26 03 38 13 03 38 16 03 38 19 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE Structural Concrete Miscellaneous Cast-in-Place Concrete Heavyweight Structural Concrete Lightweight Structural Concrete Shrinkage-Compensating Structural Concrete High-Performance Structural Concrete Self-Compacting Concrete Heavyweight Architectural Concrete Lightweight Architectural Concrete High-Tolerance Concrete Floor Finishing Heavy-Duty Concrete Floor Finishing Colored Concrete Finishing Exposed Aggregate Concrete Finishing Grooved Concrete Surface Finishing Tooled Concrete Finishing Stamped Concrete Finishing Shotcrete Pumped Concrete Pneumatically Placed Concrete Roller-Compacted Concrete Underwater Placed Concrete Post-Tensioned Concrete Preparation Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete Bonded Post-Tensioned Concrete 03 31 00 03 33 00 03 34 00 03 35 00 Architectural Concrete Low Density Concrete Concrete Finishing 03 37 00 Specialty Placed Concrete 03 38 00 Post-Tensioned Concrete 03 39 00 Concrete Curing 03 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 03 11 13. All rights reserved.19 03 11 16.

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4 All contents copyright © 2004. 03 – Concrete 03 62 16 Metallic Non-Shrink Grouting 03 63 00 03 64 00 03 64 23 Epoxy Grouting Injection Grouting Epoxy Injection Grouting 03 70 00 MASS CONCRETE Mass Concrete for Raft Foundations Mass Concrete for Dams Concrete Cutting 03 71 00 03 72 00 03 80 00 CONCRETE CUTTING AND BORING Flat Concrete Sawing Track Mounted Concrete Wall Sawing Wire Concrete Wall Sawing Hand Concrete Wall Sawing Chain Concrete Wall Sawing Concrete Core Drilling 03 81 00 03 82 00 03 81 13 03 81 16 03 81 19 03 81 23 03 81 26 03 82 13 Concrete Boring 03 90 00 Unassigned 03 . . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

16 04 05 23.19 Masonry Grouting Masonry Anchorage and Reinforcing 04 05 23 Masonry Accessories 04 06 00 04 06 20 04 06 40 04 06 50 04 06 60 04 06 70 Schedules for Masonry Masonry Control and Expansion Joints Masonry Embedded Flashing Masonry Cavity Drainage.19 04 05 13.26 04 05 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 04 05 19. 04 – Masonry DIVISION 04 – MASONRY 04 00 00 MASONRY 04 01 00 04 01 20 04 01 20.26 04 05 19.16 04 05 13.91 Maintenance of Masonry Maintenance of Unit Masonry Unit Masonry Maintenance Unit Masonry Cleaning Unit Masonry Restoration Testing and Sampling Brick Units for Restoration Stone Maintenance Stone Cleaning Stone Restoration 04 01 40 Maintenance of Stone Assemblies 04 01 50 04 01 60 04 01 70 Maintenance of Refractory Masonry Maintenance of Corrosion-Resistant Masonry Maintenance of Manufactured Masonry Masonry Mortaring Chemical-Resistant Masonry Mortaring Epoxy Masonry Mortaring Surface Bonding Masonry Mortaring Engineered Masonry Mortaring Refractory Masonry Mortaring Masonry Restoration Mortaring Chemical-Resistant Masonry Grouting Engineered Masonry Grouting Continuous Joint Reinforcing Masonry Anchors Masonry Reinforcing Bars Stone Anchors 04 05 00 04 05 13 Common Work Results for Masonry 04 05 16 04 05 19 04 05 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.93 04 01 40. Weepholes. All rights reserved.51 04 01 20.13 04 05 23.52 04 01 40.51 04 01 40.1 All contents copyright © 2004.16 04 05 16.52 04 01 20.91 04 05 16.29 04 05 13.26 04 05 19.13 04 08 00 Commissioning of Masonry 04 10 00 04 20 00 04 21 00 Unassigned UNIT M ASONRY Clay Unit Masonry Brick Masonry 04 21 13 04 .91 04 01 20.13 04 05 19. .29 04 05 23. and Vents Schedules for Unit Masonry Schedules for Stone Assemblies Schedules for Refractory Masonry Schedules for Corrosion-Resistant Masonry Schedules for Manufactured Masonry Masonry Unit Schedule 04 06 20.23 04 05 13.

13 04 21 13. All rights reserved.23 04 22 23. Concrete-Filled Masonry Units 04 30 00 04 40 00 04 41 00 04 42 00 Unassigned STONE ASSEMBLIES Dry-Placed Stone Exterior Stone Cladding Masonry-Supported Stone Cladding Steel-Stud-Supported Stone Cladding Strongback-Frame-Supported Stone Cladding Truss-Supported Stone Cladding Grid-System-Supported Stone Cladding Stone Panels for Curtain Walls 04 42 13 04 42 16 04 42 19 04 42 23 04 42 26 04 42 43 04 43 00 Stone Masonry Flue Liner Masonry Combustion Chamber Masonry Castable Refractory Masonry 04 .13 04 22 23.16 04 22 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 04 22 33 04 22 23.29 Interlocking Concrete Unit Masonry Vertical Glass Unit Masonry Glass Unit Masonry Floors Glass Unit Masonry Skylights Site-Cast Adobe Unit Masonry Manufactured Adobe Unit Masonry Exposed Aggregate Concrete Unit Masonry Fluted Concrete Unit Masonry Molded-Face Concrete Unit Masonry Prefaced Concrete Unit Masonry Sound-Absorbing Concrete Unit Masonry Split. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .26 04 22 23. Concrete-Filled Masonry Units Mortar-Set.23 Ceramic Glazed Clay Masonry Clay Tile Masonry Structural Clay Tile Masonry Glazed Structural Clay Tile Masonry Terra Cotta Masonry Concrete Unit Veneer Masonry Surface-Bonded Concrete Unit Masonry Brick Veneer Masonry Surface-Bonded Brick Masonry 04 22 00 04 22 19 04 22 23 Concrete Unit Masonry Insulated Concrete Unit Masonry Architectural Concrete Unit Masonry 04 22 00.2 04 50 00 REFRACTORY MASONRY 04 51 00 04 52 00 04 53 00 All contents copyright © 2004. 04 – Masonry 04 21 16 04 21 19 04 21 23 04 21 26 04 21 29 04 21 13.13 04 22 00.Face Concrete Unit Masonry 04 23 00 04 23 13 04 23 16 04 23 19 04 24 13 04 24 16 04 25 13 04 27 13 04 27 23 04 28 13 04 28 23 Glass Unit Masonry 04 24 00 04 25 00 04 27 00 04 28 00 Adobe Unit Masonry Unit Masonry Panels Metal-Supported Unit Masonry Panels Composite Unit Masonry Cavity Wall Unit Masonry Multiple-Wythe Unit Masonry Concrete Form Masonry Units Dry-Stacked.19 04 22 23.

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13 05 06 10. 05 – Metals DIVISION 05 – METALS 05 00 00 METALS 05 01 00 05 01 10 05 01 20 05 01 30 05 01 40 05 01 50 05 01 70 05 05 13 05 05 23 05 05 53 05 06 10 05 06 20 05 06 30 05 06 40 05 06 50 05 06 70 Maintenance of Metals Maintenance of Structural Metal Framing Maintenance of Metal Joists Maintenance of Metal Decking Maintenance of Cold-Formed Metal Framing Maintenance of Metal Fabrications Maintenance of Decorative Metal Historic Treatment of Decorative Metal 05 05 00 05 01 70.1 05 21 00 05 21 13 05 21 16 05 21 19 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 Schedules for Metal Decking Schedules for Cold-Formed Metal Framing Schedules for Metal Fabrications Schedules for Decorative Metal 05 08 00 Commissioning of Metals Structural Steel Framing 05 10 00 STRUCTURAL M ETAL FRAMING Architecturally-Exposed Structural Steel Framing Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns Structural Steel for Buildings Structural Steel for Bridges Architecturally-Exposed Structural Aluminum Framing Aluminum Wire Rope Assemblies Steel Wire Rope Assemblies Stainless-Steel Wire Rope Assemblies Bridge Cabling 05 12 00 05 12 13 05 12 16 05 12 23 05 12 33 05 14 13 05 15 13 05 15 16 05 15 19 05 16 33 05 13 00 05 14 00 05 15 00 Structural Stainless-Steel Framing Structural Aluminum Framing Wire Rope Assemblies 05 16 00 Structural Cabling 05 20 00 M ETAL JOISTS Steel Joist Framing Deep Longspan Steel Joist Framing Longspan Steel Joist Framing Open Web Steel Joist Framing 05 . All rights reserved. .16 05 06 20.91 Common Work Results for Metals Shop-Applied Coatings for Metal Metal Fastenings Security Metal Fastenings Steel Column Schedule Steel Beam Schedule Steel Joist Schedule 05 06 00 Schedules for Metals Schedules for Structural Metal Framing Schedules for Metal Joists 05 06 10. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

05 – Metals 05 21 23 Steel Joist Girder Framing 05 25 00 Aluminum Joist Framing Steel Decking 05 30 00 M ETAL DECKING Steel Floor Decking Steel Roof Decking Steel Form Decking Aluminum Floor Decking Aluminum Roof Decking 05 31 00 05 31 13 05 31 23 05 31 33 05 33 13 05 33 23 05 33 00 05 34 00 05 35 00 05 36 00 Aluminum Decking 05 36 13 Acoustical Metal Decking Raceway Decking Assemblies Composite Metal Decking Composite Steel Plate and Elastomer Decking 05 40 00 COLD-FORMED M ETAL FRAMING Structural Metal Stud Framing Cold-Formed Metal Joist Framing Slotted Channel Framing Cold-Formed Metal Trusses Metal Support Assemblies Cold-Formed Metal Floor Joist Framing Cold-Formed Metal Roof Joist Framing 05 41 00 05 42 00 05 43 00 05 44 00 05 45 00 05 42 13 05 42 23 05 45 13 05 45 16 05 45 19 05 45 23 Mechanical Metal Supports Electrical Metal Supports Communications Metal Supports Healthcare Metal Supports 05 50 00 M ETAL FABRICATIONS Metal Stairs Metal Pan Stairs Metal Floor Plate Stairs Metal Grating Stairs Metal Fire Escapes Metal Ladders Vertical Metal Ladders Inclined Metal Ladders Alternating Tread Ladders Metal Catwalks 05 51 00 05 51 13 05 51 16 05 51 19 05 51 23 05 51 33 05 51 36 05 51 33.13 Catwalks 05 52 00 05 53 00 05 54 00 05 55 00 05 56 00 05 58 00 05 52 13 Metal Railings Pipe and Tube Railings 05 55 13 05 55 16 05 58 13 Metal Gratings Metal Floor Plates Metal Stair Treads and Nosings Metal Stair Treads Metal Stair Nosings Column Covers Metal Castings Formed Metal Fabrications 05 .23 05 51 36. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.2 All contents copyright © 2004.16 05 51 33.13 05 51 33. .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.

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06 50 00

STRUCTURAL PLASTICS
Structural Plastic Shapes and Plates
Plastic Lumber

06 51 00 06 52 00 06 53 00

06 51 13 06 53 13

Plastic Structural Assemblies Plastic Decking
Solid Plastic Decking

06 60 00

PLASTIC FABRICATIONS
Simulated Stone Fabrications
Cultured Marble Fabrications Solid Surfacing Fabrications Quartz Surfacing Fabrications

06 61 00

06 63 00 06 64 00 06 65 00 06 66 00

06 61 13 06 61 16 06 61 19

Plastic Railings Plastic Paneling Plastic Simulated Wood Trim Custom Ornamental Simulated Woodwork Structural Composite Shapes and Plates
Composite Lumber

06 70 00

STRUCTURAL COMPOSITES
Composite Structural Assemblies
Composite Joist Assemblies

06 71 00 06 72 00 06 73 00

06 71 13 06 72 13 06 73 13

Composite Decking

Composite Structural Decking

06 80 00

COMPOSITE FABRICATIONS
Composite Railings Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Plastic

06 81 00 06 82 00

06 90 00

Unassigned

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DIVISION 07 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
07 00 00 THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
07 01 00
07 01 10 07 01 20 07 01 30 07 01 40 07 01 50
07 01 10.81 Waterproofing Replacement

Operation and Maintenance of Thermal and Moisture Protection
Maintenance of Dampproofing and Waterproofing Maintenance of Thermal Protection Maintenance of Steep Slope Roofing Maintenance of Roofing and Siding Panels Maintenance of Membrane Roofing
Roof Moisture Survey Roof Maintenance Program Preparation for Re-Roofing Roof Removal Roof Re-Coating Roof Replacement Roofing Restoration

07 01 60

07 01 50.13 07 01 50.16 07 01 50.19 07 01 50.23 07 01 50.61 07 01 50.81 07 01 50.91 07 01 60.71 07 01 60.91 07 01 60.92

Maintenance of Flashing and Sheet Metal
Flashing and Sheet Metal Rehabilitation Flashing and Sheet Metal Restoration Flashing and Sheet Metal Preservation

07 01 70 07 01 80 07 01 90

Operation and Maintenance of Roof Specialties and Accessories Maintenance of Fire and Smoke Protection Maintenance of Joint Protection
Joint Sealant Rehabilitation Joint Sealant Replacement

07 05 00 07 06 00

07 01 90.71 07 01 90.81

07 06 10 07 06 20 07 06 30 07 06 40 07 06 50 07 06 60 07 06 70 07 06 80 07 06 90

Common Work Results for Thermal and Moisture Protection Schedules for Thermal and Moisture Protection
Schedules for Dampproofing and Waterproofing Schedules for Thermal Protection Schedules for Steep Slope Roofing Schedules for Roofing and Siding Panels Schedules for Membrane Roofing Schedules for Flashing and Sheet Metal Schedules for Roof Specialties and Accessories Schedules for Fire and Smoke Protection Schedules for Joint Protection
Joint Sealant Schedule Fireproofing Schedule Firestopping Schedule

07 06 80.13 07 06 80.16 07 06 90.13

07 08 00

Commissioning of Thermal and Moisture Protection Dampproofing

07 10 00

DAMPPROOFING AND WATERPROOFING
Bituminous Dampproofing Cementitious Dampproofing Sheet Dampproofing Built-Up Asphalt Waterproofing

07 11 00

07 11 13 07 11 16 07 11 19 07 12 13

07 12 00

Built-Up Bituminous Waterproofing

07 - 1
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07 12 16

Built-Up Coal Tar Waterproofing

07 13 00

07 14 00 07 15 00 07 16 00

07 13 13 07 13 26 07 13 52 07 13 53 07 13 54 07 14 13 07 14 16 07 16 13 07 16 16 07 16 19 07 17 13 07 17 16 07 18 13 07 18 16 07 19 13 07 19 16 07 19 19 07 19 23 07 19 26

Sheet Waterproofing

Fluid-Applied Waterproofing

Bituminous Sheet Waterproofing Self-Adhering Sheet Waterproofing Modified Bituminous Sheet Waterproofing Elastomeric Sheet Waterproofing Thermoplastic Sheet Waterproofing Hot Fluid-Applied Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing Cold Fluid-Applied Waterproofing Polymer Modified Cement Waterproofing Crystalline Waterproofing Metal Oxide Waterproofing

Sheet Metal Waterproofing Cementitious and Reactive Waterproofing

07 17 00 07 18 00 07 19 00

Bentonite Waterproofing Traffic Coatings

Bentonite Panel Waterproofing Bentonite Composite Sheet Waterproofing Pedestrian Traffic Coatings Vehicular Traffic Coatings Acrylic Water Repellents Silane Water Repellents Silicone Water Repellents Siloxane Water Repellents Stearate Water Repellents

Water Repellents

07 20 00

THERMAL PROTECTION
Thermal Insulation
Board Insulation
Foam Board Insulation Fibrous Board Insulation Mineral Board Insulation 07 21 13.13 07 21 13.16 07 21 13.19

07 21 00

07 21 13

07 21 16 07 21 19 07 21 23 07 21 26 07 21 29

Blanket Insulation Foamed-in-Place Insulation Loose-Fill Insulation Blown Insulation Sprayed Insulation

07 22 00 07 24 00

07 22 13 07 22 16 07 24 13 07 24 16 07 24 19

Roof and Deck Insulation

Asphaltic Perlite Concrete Deck Roof Board Insulation Polymer-Based Exterior Insulation and Finish System Polymer-Modified Exterior Insulation and Finish System Water-Drainage Exterior Insulation and Finish System

Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems

07 25 00

WEATHER BARRIERS
Vapor Retarders
Above-Grade Vapor Retarders Below-Grade Vapor Retarders
07 - 2

07 26 00

07 26 13 07 26 16

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Below-Grade Gas Retarders

07 27 00

07 27 13 07 27 16 07 27 19 07 27 23 07 27 26 07 30 91

Air Barriers

Modified Bituminous Sheet Air Barriers Sheet Metal Membrane Air Barriers Plastic Sheet Air Barriers Board Product Air Barriers Fluid-Applied Membrane Air Barriers Canvas Roofing

07 30 00

STEEP SLOPE ROOFING
Shingles and Shakes
Asphalt Shingles Metal Shingles Mineral-Fiber Cement Shingles Porcelain Enamel Shingles Slate Shingles Wood Shingles and Shakes Composite Rubber Shingles Plastic Shakes Clay Roof Tiles Concrete Roof Tiles Metal Roof Tiles Mineral-Fiber Cement Roof Tiles Plastic Roof Tiles Rubber Tiles/Panels Sod Roofing Thatched Roofing Vegetated Roofing
Wood Shingles Wood Shakes Fiberglass-Reinforced Asphalt Shingles

07 31 00

07 31 13 07 31 16 07 31 19 07 31 23 07 31 26 07 31 29 07 31 33 07 31 53

07 31 13.13

07 31 29.13 07 31 29.16

07 32 00

07 32 13 07 32 16 07 32 19 07 32 23 07 32 26 07 32 29 07 33 13 07 33 16 07 33 63

Roof Tiles

07 33 00

Natural Roof Coverings

07 40 00

ROOFING AND S IDING PANELS
Roof Panels
Metal Roof Panels Wood Roof Panels Plastic Roof Panels Composite Roof Panels Fabricated Roof Panel Assemblies Metal Wall Panels Wood Wall Panels Plastic Wall Panels Composite Wall Panels Fabricated Wall Panel Assemblies Aggregate Coated Panels Porcelain Enameled Faced Panels Tile-Faced Panels
07 - 3

07 41 00

07 41 13 07 41 23 07 41 33 07 41 43 07 41 63 07 42 13 07 42 23 07 42 33 07 42 43 07 42 63 07 44 13 07 44 16 07 44 19

07 42 00

Wall Panels

07 44 00

Faced Panels

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Ceramic -Tile-Faced Panels Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Panels Mineral-Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Panels Fabricated Faced Panel Assemblies

07 46 00

07 46 16 07 46 19 07 46 23 07 46 26 07 46 29 07 46 33 07 46 43 07 46 46 07 46 63

Siding

Aluminum Siding Steel Siding Wood Siding Hardboard Siding Plywood Siding Plastic Siding Composition Siding Mineral-Fiber Cement Siding Fabricated Panel Assemblies with Siding

07 50 00

M EMBRANE ROOFING
Built-Up Bituminous Roofing
Built-Up Asphalt Roofing Built-Up Coal Tar Roofing Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Asphalt Emulsion Roofing Atactic-Polypropylene-Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing Self-Adhering Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing Chlorinated-Polyethylene Roofing Chlorosulfonate-Polyethylene Roofing Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Monomer Roofing Polyisobutylene Roofing Copolymer-Alloy Roofing Ethylene-Interpolymer Roofing Polyvinyl-Chloride Roofing Thermoplastic -Polyolefin Roofing Nitrile-Butadiene-Polymer Roofing
Cold-Applied Built- Up Asphalt Roofing 07 51 13.13

07 51 00

07 51 13 07 51 16 07 51 23

07 52 00

07 52 13 07 52 16 07 52 19 07 53 13 07 53 16 07 53 23 07 53 29 07 54 13 07 54 16 07 54 19 07 54 23 07 54 26 07 55 51 07 55 52 07 55 53 07 55 54 07 55 56 07 55 63

Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing

07 53 00

Elastomeric Membrane Roofing

07 54 00

Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing

07 55 00

Protected Membrane Roofing

Built-Up Bituminous Protected Membrane Roofing Modified Bituminous Protected Membrane Roofing Elastomeric Protected Membrane Roofing Thermoplastic Protected Membrane Roofing Fluid-Applied Protected Membrane Roofing Vegetated Protected Membrane Roofing Sprayed Polyurethane Foam Roofing
Hot-Applied Rubberized Asphalt Protected Membrane Roofing

07 55 56.13

07 56 00 07 57 00 07 58 00

07 57 13

Fluid-Applied Roofing Coated Foamed Roofing Roll Roofing

07 60 00

FLASHING AND SHEET M ETAL
Sheet Metal Roofing
07 - 4

07 61 00

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07 61 13 07 61 16 07 61 19 07 61 91

Standing Seam Sheet Metal Roofing Batten Seam Sheet Metal Roofing Flat Seam Sheet Metal Roofing Tinplate and Ternplate Roofing

07 62 00 07 63 00 07 65 00

07 65 13 07 65 16 07 65 19 07 65 23 07 65 26

Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim Sheet Metal Roofing Specialties Flexible Flashing

Laminated Sheet Flashing Modified Bituminous Sheet Flashing Plastic Sheet Flashing Rubber Sheet Flashing Self-Adhering Sheet Flashing

07 70 00

ROOF AND WALL SPECIALTIES AND ACCESSORIES
Roof Specialties
Manufactured Copings Manufactured Counterflashing Systems Manufactured Gravel Stops and Facias Manufactured Gutters and Downspouts Reglets Manufactured Roof Expansion Joints Manufactured Scuppers Manufactured Curbs Relief Vents Ridge Vents Roof Hatches Smoke Vents Roof Walk Boards Roof Walkways Snow Guards Waste Containment Assemblies Roof Ballast Pavers Roof Decking Pavers

07 71 00

07 71 13 07 71 16 07 71 19 07 71 23 07 71 26 07 71 29 07 71 33 07 72 13 07 72 23 07 72 26 07 72 33 07 72 36 07 72 43 07 72 46 07 72 53 07 72 63 07 76 13 07 76 16

07 72 00

Roof Accessories

07 76 00 07 77 00

Roof Pavers

Wall Specialties

07 80 00

FIRE AND SMOKE PROTECTION
Applied Fireproofing
Cement Aggregate Fireproofing Cementitious Fireproofing Foamed Magnesium -Oxychloride Fireproofing Intumescent Mastic Fireproofing Magnesium Cement Fireproofing Mineral-Fiber Cementitious Fireproofing Mineral-Fiber Fireproofing Calcium -Silicate Board Fireproofing Slag-Fiber Board Fireproofing Penetration Firestopping
07 - 5

07 81 00

07 81 13 07 81 16 07 81 19 07 81 23 07 81 26 07 81 29 07 81 33 07 82 13 07 82 16 07 84 13

07 82 00 07 84 00

Board Fireproofing Firestopping

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13 08 14 23.53 08 31 13 08 31 16 08 32 00 08 32 13 08 32 16 08 32 19 08 33 13 08 33 16 08 33 23 08 33 26 08 33 33 08 33 36 08 34 13 08 34 16 Sliding Glass Doors Sliding Aluminum -Framed Glass Doors Sliding Plastic-Framed Glass Doors Sliding Wood-Framed Glass Doors Coiling Counter Doors Coiling Counter Grilles Overhead Coiling Doors Overhead Coiling Grilles Side Coiling Doors Side Coiling Grilles Cold Storage Doors Hangar Doors 08 33 00 Coiling Doors and Grilles 08 34 00 Special Function Doors 08 . 08 – Openings 08 14 00 08 14 13 08 14 16 08 14 23 Wood Doors Carved Wood Doors Flush Wood Doors Clad Wood Doors Metal-Faced Wood Doors Plastic-Laminate-Faced Wood Doors Molded-Hardboard-Faced Wood Doors 08 14 29 08 14 33 08 14 66 08 14 69 08 14 73 08 14 76 08 14 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.19 Prefinished Wood Doors Stile and Rail Wood Doors Wood Screen Doors Wood Storm Doors Sliding Wood Doors Bifolding Wood Doors Laminated Plastic Doors Solid Plastic Doors Plastic Screen Doors Plastic Storm Doors Sliding Plastic Doors Bifolding Plastic Doors 08 15 00 08 15 13 08 15 16 08 15 66 08 15 69 08 15 73 08 15 76 08 16 13 08 16 73 08 16 76 08 17 13 08 17 23 08 17 33 08 17 43 Plastic Doors 08 16 00 Composite Doors Fiberglass Doors Sliding Composite Doors Bifolding Composite Doors Integrated Metal Door Opening Assemblies Integrated Wood Door Opening Assemblies Integrated Plastic Door Opening Assemblies Integrated Composite Door Opening Assemblies 08 17 00 Integrated Door Opening Assemblies 08 20 00 08 30 00 08 31 00 Unassigned SPECIALTY DOORS AND FRAMES Access Doors and Panels Access Doors and Frames Access Panels and Frames Security Access Doors and Frames 08 31 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .3 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.16 08 14 23.

The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 Folding Doors and Grilles Folding Doors Sound Control Door Assemblies Accordion Folding Doors Folding Fire Doors Panel Folding Doors Accordion Folding Grilles Steel Detention Doors and Frames Steel Plate Detention Doors and Frames Detention Door Frame Protection 08 35 16 08 35 13.13 08 42 29.13 08 34 63.13 Folding Grilles 08 36 00 08 38 00 08 36 13 08 36 16 08 36 19 08 36 23 08 38 13 08 38 16 08 38 19 08 39 13 08 39 19 08 39 53 Panel Doors Traffic Doors Sectional Doors Single-Panel Doors Multi-Leaf Vertical Lift Doors Telescoping Vertical Lift Doors Flexible Strip Doors Flexible Traffic Doors Rigid Traffic Doors Airtight Doors Watertight Doors Blast-Resistant Doors 08 39 00 Pressure-Resistant Doors 08 40 00 ENTRANCES . All rights reserved.16 08 34 63.23 08 35 13.33 08 42 33.13 08 35 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.13 Revolving Door Entrances Balanced Door Entrances Pressure-Resistant Entrances 08 . .13 08 35 00 08 34 73 08 35 13 08 34 63. AND C URTAIN WALLS Entrances and Storefronts Aluminum -Framed Entrances and Storefronts Bronze-Framed Entrances and Storefronts Stainless-Steel-Framed Entrances and Storefronts Steel-Framed Entrances and Storefronts All-Glass Entrances and Storefronts All-Glass Entrances Automatic Entrances Folding Automatic Entrances Sliding Automatic Entrances Swinging Automatic Entrances Security Revolving Door Entrances 08 41 00 08 42 00 08 41 13 08 41 16 08 41 19 08 41 23 08 41 26 08 42 26 08 42 29 Entrances 08 42 33 08 42 36 08 42 39 08 42 29.23 08 42 29.33 08 35 16. 08 – Openings 08 34 19 08 34 33 08 34 36 08 34 46 08 34 49 08 34 53 08 34 56 08 34 59 08 34 63 Industrial Doors Lightproof Doors Darkroom Doors Radio-Frequency-Interference Shielding Doors Radiation Shielding Doors and Frames Security Doors and Frames Security Gates Vault Doors and Day Gates Detention Doors and Frames Neutron Shielding Doors and Frames 08 34 49. STOREFRONTS.

5 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 Structural Sealant Glazed Assemblies 08 45 00 08 45 13 08 45 23 Translucent Wall and Roof Assemblies Structured-Polycarbonate-Panel Assemblies Fiberglass-Sandwich-Panel Assemblies 08 50 00 WINDOWS Metal Windows Aluminum Windows Bronze Windows Stainless-Steel Windows Steel Windows Metal Window Screens Metal Storm Windows Metal-Clad Wood Windows Plastic -Clad Wood Windows Wood Window Screens Wood Storm Windows Vinyl Windows Vinyl Window Screens Vinyl Storm Windows Fiberglass Windows Fiberglass Window Screens Fiberglass Storm Windows Pass Windows Radio-Frequency-Interference Shielding Windows Radiation Shielding Windows Security Windows Security Window Screens Service and Teller Window Units Detention Windows Detention Window Screens 08 51 00 08 51 13 08 51 16 08 51 19 08 51 23 08 51 66 08 51 69 08 52 13 08 52 16 08 52 66 08 52 69 08 53 13 08 53 66 08 53 69 08 54 13 08 54 66 08 54 69 08 56 19 08 56 46 08 56 49 08 56 53 08 56 56 08 56 59 08 56 63 08 56 66 08 52 00 Wood Windows 08 53 00 Plastic Windows 08 54 00 Composite Windows 08 55 00 08 56 00 Pressure-Resistant Windows Special Function Windows 08 . 08 – Openings 08 42 43 Intensive Care Unit/Critical Care Unit Entrances 08 43 00 08 43 13 08 43 16 08 43 19 08 43 23 08 43 26 08 43 29 08 44 13 08 44 16 08 44 19 08 44 26 08 44 33 Storefronts Aluminum -Framed Storefronts Bronze-Framed Storefronts Stainless-Steel-Framed Storefronts Steel-Framed Storefronts All-Glass Storefronts Sliding Storefronts Glazed Aluminum Curtain Walls Glazed Bronze Curtain Walls Glazed Stainless-Steel Curtain Walls Structural Glass Curtain Walls Sloped Glazing Assemblies 08 44 00 Curtain Wall and Glazed Assemblies 08 44 26.

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09 – Finishes DIVISION 09 – FINISHES 09 00 00 FINISHES 09 01 00 09 01 20 09 01 30 09 01 50 09 01 60 09 01 70 09 01 80 09 01 90 09 01 20.13 09 22 13.91 09 05 00 09 06 00 09 01 90.23 Non-Structural Metal Framing 09 .53 09 01 90.93 09 05 13 09 06 20 09 06 30 09 06 50 09 06 60 09 06 70 09 06 80 09 06 90 Common Work Results for Finishes Common Finishes Schedules for Finishes Schedules for Plaster and Gypsum Board Schedules for Tiling Schedules for Ceilings Schedules for Flooring Schedules for Wall Finishes Schedules for Acoustical Treatment Schedules for Painting and Coating Paint Schedule Room Finish Schedule 09 06 00.13 09 08 00 Commissioning of Finishes 09 10 00 09 20 00 09 21 00 Unassigned PLASTER AND GYPSUM BOARD Plaster and Gypsum Board Assemblies Plaster Assemblies Gypsum Board Assemblies Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies Gypsum Board Area Separation Wall Assemblies 09 21 13 09 21 16 09 21 16.61 09 01 90.23 09 21 16.91 Maintenance of Finishes Maintenance of Tiling Tile Restoration Plaster Restoration Maintenance of Plaster and Gypsum Board Maintenance of Ceilings Maintenance of Flooring Maintenance of Wall Finishes Maintenance of Acoustic Treatment Maintenance of Painting and Coating Paint Cleaning Maintenance Repainting Maintenance Coatings Repainting Paint Restoration Coating Restoration Paint Preservation Wall Finish Restoration Flooring Restoration 09 01 60.51 09 01 90.91 09 01 90. All rights reserved. .33 09 22 00 09 22 13 09 22 16 Supports for Plaster and Gypsum Board Metal Furring Metal Channel Furring Resilient Channel Furring 09 22 13.92 09 01 90. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.52 09 01 90.13 09 06 90.91 09 01 30.1 All contents copyright © 2004.91 09 01 70.

13 09 26 00 09 27 00 09 28 00 09 26 13 09 27 13 09 27 23 09 28 13 09 28 16 09 28 19 09 29 82 09 30 13 09 30 16 09 30 19 09 30 23 09 30 26 09 30 29 09 30 33 Veneer Plastering Plaster Fabrications Gypsum Veneer Plastering Glass-Fiber-Reinforced Plaster Fabrications Simulated Plaster Fabrications Cementitious Backing Boards Glass-Mat Faced Gypsum Backing Boards Fibered Gypsum Backing Boards Gypsum Board Fireproofing Ceramic Tiling Quarry Tiling Paver Tiling Glass Mosaic Tiling Plastic Tiling Metal Tiling Stone Tiling Backing Boards and Underlayments 09 29 00 Gypsum Board 09 30 00 TILING 09 31 00 09 31 13 09 31 16 09 31 19 09 31 23 09 31 26 09 31 29 09 31 33 09 32 13 09 32 16 09 32 19 Thin-Set Tiling Thin-Set Ceramic Tiling Thin-Set Quarry Tiling Thin-Set Paver Tiling Thin-Set Glass Mosaic Tiling Thin-Set Plastic Tiling Thin-Set Metal Tiling Thin-Set Stone Tiling Mortar-Bed Ceramic Tiling Mortar-Bed Quarry Tiling Mortar-Bed Paver Tiling 09 .23 Veneer Plaster Base Acoustical Gypsum Plastering Fireproof Gypsum Plastering Adobe Finish Portland Cement Stucco Portland Cement Parging Acrylic Plastering Lime Based Plastering Acrylic Plaster Finish 09 23 00 09 24 00 09 23 13 09 23 82 09 24 13 09 24 23 09 24 33 09 25 13 09 25 23 Gypsum Plastering Portland Cement Plastering 09 25 00 Other Plastering 09 25 13.13 09 22 26.33 Suspension Systems Lath Non-Structural Metal Stud Framing Metal Suspension Systems Plastic Suspension Systems Gypsum Lath Metal Lath 09 22 36. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 09 22 36. .23 09 22 26.2 09 32 00 Mortar-Bed Tiling All contents copyright © 2004. 09 – Finishes 09 22 26 09 22 36 09 22 39 09 22 16.

13 09 53 00 09 54 00 09 53 13 09 53 23 09 53 33 09 54 13 09 54 16 09 54 19 09 54 23 09 54 26 09 54 33 09 54 36 09 54 43 Acoustical Ceiling Suspension Assemblies Specialty Ceilings Curved Profile Ceiling Suspension Assemblies Metal Acoustical Ceiling Suspension Assemblies Plastic Acoustical Ceiling Suspension Assemblies Open Metal Mesh Ceilings Luminous Ceilings Mirror Panel Ceilings Linear Metal Ceilings Linear Wood Ceilings Decorative Panel Ceilings Suspended Decorative Grids Stretched-Fabric Ceiling Systems 09 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. . 09 – Finishes 09 32 23 09 32 26 09 32 29 09 32 33 Mortar-Bed Glass Mosaic Tiling Mortar-Bed Plastic Tiling Mortar-Bed Metal Tiling Mortar-Bed Stone Tiling 09 33 00 09 34 00 09 33 13 09 33 16 09 33 19 09 33 23 09 33 26 09 33 29 09 33 33 09 34 13 09 34 16 09 34 19 09 34 23 09 34 26 09 34 29 09 34 33 09 35 13 09 35 16 09 35 19 09 35 23 09 35 26 09 35 29 09 35 33 Conductive Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Tiling Conductive Ceramic Tiling Conductive Quarry Tiling Conductive Paver Tiling Conductive Glass Mosaic Tiling Conductive Plastic Tiling Conductive Metal Tiling Conductive Stone Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Ceramic Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Quarry Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Paver Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Glass Mosaic Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Plastic Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Metal Tiling Waterproofing-Membrane Stone Tiling Chemical-Resistant Ceramic Tiling Chemical-Resistant Quarry Tiling Chemical-Resistant Paver Tiling Chemical-Resistant Glass Mosaic Tiling Chemical-Resistant Plastic Tiling Chemical-Resistant Metal Tiling Chemical-Resistant Stone Tiling 09 35 00 Chemical-Resistant Tiling 09 40 00 09 50 00 09 51 00 Unassigned CEILINGS Acoustical Ceilings Acoustical Panel Ceilings Acoustical Tile Ceilings Acoustical Metal Pan Ceilings Direct-Applied Acoustical Ceilings Acoustical Snap.3 All contents copyright © 2004.in Metal Pan Ceilings 09 51 13 09 51 23 09 51 33 09 51 53 09 51 33. All rights reserved.

. All rights reserved.16 09 66 00 09 66 13 Terrazzo Flooring Portland Cement Terrazzo Flooring 09 .13 09 65 36.26 09 65 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.35 Stone Flooring Composition Stone Flooring 09 64 00 09 64 16 09 64 19 09 64 23 09 64 29 09 64 33 09 64 53 09 64 66 Wood Flooring Wood Block Flooring Wood Composition Flooring Wood Parquet Flooring Wood Strip and Plank Flooring Laminated Wood Flooring Resilient Wood Flooring Assemblies Wood Athletic Flooring Resilient Base and Accessories Resilient Base Resilient Stair Treads and Risers Resilient Stair Nosings Resilient Accessories Resilient Carpet Transitions Linoleum Flooring Acrylic-Impregnated Wood Parquet Flooring 09 64 23.23 09 65 13.13 09 65 13.13 09 65 00 09 65 13 Resilient Flooring 09 65 16 09 65 19 09 65 33 09 65 36 09 65 66 09 65 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 09 – Finishes 09 54 46 Fabric -Wrapped Ceiling Panels 09 56 00 09 57 00 09 58 00 09 56 13 09 56 16 09 57 53 Textured Ceilings Gypsum-Panel Textured Ceilings Metal-Panel Textured Ceilings Security Ceiling Assemblies Special Function Ceilings Integrated Ceiling Assemblies Flooring Treatment Specialty Flooring 09 60 00 FLOORING Slip-Resistant Flooring Treatment Static-Resistant Flooring Treatment Asphaltic Plank Flooring Laminate Flooring Bamboo Flooring Leather Flooring Cork Flooring Acid-Resistant Flooring Acoustic Flooring Brick Flooring Chemical-Resistant Brick Flooring 09 61 00 09 62 00 09 61 13 09 61 36 09 62 13 09 62 19 09 62 23 09 62 26 09 62 29 09 62 35 09 62 48 09 63 13 09 63 40 09 63 43 09 63 00 Masonry Flooring 09 63 13.36 09 65 16.13 Resilient Sheet Flooring Resilient Tile Flooring Conductive Resilient Flooring Static-Control Resilient Flooring Resilient Athletic Flooring Static-Dissipative Resilient Flooring Static-Resistant Resilient Flooring 09 65 36.33 09 65 13.

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53 09 94 00 09 93 23.6 All contents copyright © 2004. .53 09 94 13 09 94 16 09 94 19 09 96 13 09 96 23 09 96 26 09 96 33 09 96 35 09 96 43 09 96 46 09 96 53 09 96 56 09 96 59 09 96 63 09 96 66 09 97 13 09 97 23 09 97 26 Decorative Finishing Textured Finishing Faux Finishing Multicolor Interior Finishing Abrasion-Resistant Coatings Graffiti-Resistant Coatings Marine Coatings High-Temperature-Resistant Coatings Chemical-Resistant Coatings Fire-Retardant Coatings Intumescent Painting Elastomeric Coatings Epoxy Coatings High-Build Glazed Coatings Textured Plastic Coatings Aggregate Wall Coatings Steel Coatings Interior Steel Coatings Exterior Steel Coatings 09 96 00 High-Performance Coatings 09 97 00 Special Coatings 09 97 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 09 97 13. 09 – Finishes 09 80 00 ACOUSTIC TREATMENT Acoustic Insulation Acoustic Board Insulation Acoustic Blanket Insulation Sprayed Acoustic Insulation Acoustic Wall Coating Acoustic Ceiling Coating Acoustic Drapery Fixed Sound-Absorptive Panels Fixed Sound-Reflective Panels Moveable Sound-Absorptive Panels Moveable Sound-Reflective Panels Sound-Absorbing Wall Units Sound-Absorbing Ceiling Units 09 81 00 09 81 13 09 81 16 09 81 29 09 83 13 09 83 16 09 83 22 09 84 13 09 84 16 09 84 23 09 84 26 09 84 33 09 84 36 09 83 00 Acoustic Finishes 09 84 00 Acoustic Room Components 09 90 00 PAINTING AND COATING Painting Exterior Painting Interior Painting Exterior Staining and Finishing Interior Staining and Finishing Interior Staining Interior Finishing Exterior Staining Exterior Finishing 09 91 00 09 93 00 09 91 13 09 91 23 09 93 13 09 93 23 Staining and Transparent Finishing 09 93 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.13 09 93 23.13 09 93 13.23 Concrete and Masonry Coatings Cementitious Coatings 09 .

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23 10 11 16.23 10 11 13. 10 – Specialties DIVISION 10 – SPECIALTIES 10 00 00 SPECIALTIES 10 01 00 10 01 10 10 01 20 10 01 30 10 01 40 10 01 50 10 01 70 10 01 80 10 06 10 10 06 20 10 06 30 10 06 40 10 06 50 10 06 70 10 06 80 Operation and Maintenance of Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Information Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Interior Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Fireplaces and Stoves Operation and Maintenance of Safety Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Storage Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Exterior Specialties Operation and Maintenance of Other Specialties Schedules for Information Specialties Schedules for Interior Specialties Schedules for Fireplaces and Stoves Schedules for Safety Specialties Schedules for Storage Specialties Schedules for Exterior Specialties Schedules for Other Specialties Toilet.53 10 11 23.13 10 08 00 Commissioning of Specialties Visual Display Surfaces Chalkboards Fixed Chalkboards Modular-Support-Mounted Chalkboards Rail-Mounted Chalkboards Portable Chalkboards Fixed Markerboards Modular-Support-Mounted Markerboards Rail-Mounted Markerboards Portable Markerboards Electronic Markerboards Fixed Tackboards Modular-Support-Mounted Tackboards Rail-Mounted Tackboards Portable Tackboards Horizontal-Sliding Visual Display Units Vertical-Sliding Visual Display Units 10 10 00 INFORMATION SPECIALTIES 10 11 13.43 10 11 16.13 10 11 33.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 10 11 23. All rights reserved. .33 10 11 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.33 10 11 13.13 10 11 16.13 10 06 10.23 Tackboards 10 11 33 10 11 36 10 11 39 10 11 43 Sliding Visual Display Units Visual Display Conference Units Visual Display Rails Visual Display Wall Panels 10 . and Laundry Accessory Schedule Exterior Signage Schedule Interior Signage Schedule 10 05 00 10 06 00 Common Work Results for Specialties Schedules for Specialties 10 06 10.43 10 11 00 10 11 13 10 11 16 Markerboards 10 11 23 10 11 16.16 10 06 20. Bath.33 10 11 23.23 10 11 23.43 10 11 33.13 10 11 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

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16 10 26 23.23 10 22 26.16 Bath Accessories Tub and Shower Doors Laundry Accessories Built.23 10 22 26. 10 – Specialties 10 22 26 10 22 23.In Ironing Boards Clothes Drying Racks 10 30 00 FIREPLACES AND STOVES Manufactured Fireplaces Fireplace Specialties Manufactured Fireplace Chimneys Manufactured Fireplace Forms Fireplace Dampers Fireplace Inserts Fireplace Screens Fireplace Doors Fireplace Water Heaters Heating Stoves Cooking Stoves 10 31 00 10 32 00 10 31 13 10 31 16 10 32 13 10 32 16 10 32 19 10 32 23 10 32 26 10 35 13 10 35 23 10 35 00 Stoves 10 40 00 SAFETY SPECIALTIES Emergency Access and Information Cabinets Fire Department Plan Cabinets Emergency Key Cabinets 10 41 00 10 43 00 10 41 13 10 41 16 Emergency Aid Specialties 10 .19 10 28 13.43 Operable Partitions Wall Screens Movable Panel Systems Accordion Folding Partitions Coiling Partitions Folding Panel Partitions Sliding Partitions 10 25 00 10 26 00 10 25 13 10 25 16 10 26 13 10 26 16 10 26 23 10 26 33 Service Walls Patient Bed Service Walls Modular Service Walls Corner Guards Bumper Guards Wall and Door Protection Bumper Rails Protective Corridor Handrails Impact Resistant Wall Protection 10 26 16. All rights reserved. .13 10 28 23.13 10 22 23.3 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 10 22 26.53 10 28 13. and Laundry Accessories Commercial Toilet Accessories Healthcare Toilet Accessories Security Toilet Accessories Detention Toilet Accessories Residential Bath Accessories Shower Doors Tub Doors 10 28 16 10 28 19 10 28 23 10 28 13.13 10 26 16.19 10 28 23.13 10 28 19.13 10 28 13. Bath.13 Protective Wall Covering Door and Frame Protection Toilet Accessories 10 28 00 10 28 13 Toilet.63 10 28 16.13 10 22 26.16 10 28 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

.16 10 55 23.13 10 55 23.13 10 56 13.16 Fire Blankets and Cabinets Fire Extinguisher Accessories 10 50 00 STORAGE S PECIALTIES Lockers Metal Lockers Wood Lockers Plastic -Laminate-Clad Lockers Plastic Lockers Glass Lockers Wire Mesh Storage Lockers Locker Room Benches Central Mail Delivery Boxes Mail Collection Boxes Receiving Boxes Mail Boxes Apartment Mail Boxes Mail Box Directories Mail Box Key Keepers Cluster Box Units Recycled Plastic Lockers 10 51 00 10 51 13 10 51 16 10 51 23 10 51 26 10 51 33 10 51 43 10 51 53 10 51 26.53 10 44 16.4 All contents copyright © 2004. 10 – Specialties 10 43 13 10 43 16 Defibrillator Cabinets First Aid Cabinets 10 44 00 10 44 13 10 44 16 10 44 33 10 44 43 Fire Protection Specialties Fire Extinguisher Cabinets Fire Extinguishers Security Fire Extinguisher Cabinets Portable Fire Extinguishers Wheeled Fire Extinguisher Units 10 44 13.23 Fabricated Wood Storage Shelving Plastic Storage Shelving Wire Storage Shelving Mobile Storage Shelving Storage Racks End-Panel-Support Metal Storage Shelving Post-and-Shelf Metal Storage Shelving Post-and-Beam Metal Storage Shelving Cantilever Metal Storage Shelving 10 56 19.19 Parcel Lockers Data Distribution Boxes Package Depositories Mail Chutes Metal Storage Shelving 10 56 00 10 56 13 Storage Assemblies 10 56 16 10 56 19 10 56 23 10 56 26 10 56 29 10 56 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 10 55 00 10 55 13 10 55 16 10 55 19 10 55 23 Postal Specialties 10 55 13.23 Manual Mobile Storage Shelving Motorized Mobile Storage Shelving 10 .13 10 56 26.13 Recycled Plastic Storage Shelving 10 56 26.19 10 56 13. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 10 56 13.13 10 44 16.13 10 55 26 10 55 33 10 55 36 10 55 91 10 55 23.

23 10 56 29.19 Closet and Utility Shelving Hardware 10 60 00 10 70 00 10 71 00 Unassigned EXTERIOR S PECIALTIES Exterior Protection Exterior Sun Control Devices Exterior Shutters Rolling Exterior Shutters Coiling Exterior Shutters Decorative Exterior Shutters Side-Hinged Exterior Shutters Fixed Sun Screens Demountable Storm Panels Movable Storm Panels 10 71 13. 10 – Specialties 10 56 33 10 56 29.5 10 81 00 All contents copyright © 2004.16 10 57 23.29 10 71 13.16 10 56 29.33 Mercantile Storage Assemblies Hat and Coat Racks Closet and Utility Shelving Flow Storage Racks Pallet Storage Racks Movable-Shelf Storage Racks Stacker Storage Racks Cantilever Storage Racks Drive-In Storage Racks Drive-Through Storage Racks 10 57 00 10 57 13 10 57 23 Wardrobe and Closet Specialties Wire Closet and Utility Shelving Plastic-Laminate-Clad Closet and Utility Shelving Wood Closet and Utility Shelving 10 57 33 10 57 23.19 10 56 29.43 10 71 16.16 10 71 13 10 71 16 Storm Panels 10 73 00 10 73 13 10 73 16 10 73 23 10 73 26 10 73 33 10 73 43 10 74 13 10 74 23 10 74 26 10 74 29 10 74 33 10 74 43 10 74 46 10 75 13 10 75 16 10 75 19 10 75 23 Protective Covers Awnings Canopies Car Shelters Walkway Coverings Marquees Transportation Stop Shelters Exterior Clocks Cupolas Spires Steeples Weathervanes Below-Grade Egress Assemblies Window Wells Automatic Flagpoles Ground-Set Flagpoles Nautical Flagpoles Wall-Mounted Flagpoles 10 74 00 Manufactured Exterior Specialties 10 75 00 Flagpoles 10 80 00 OTHER S PECIALTIES Pest Control Devices 10 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.23 10 71 13. .19 10 71 13. All rights reserved.26 10 71 13.13 10 56 29.26 10 56 29.13 10 57 23.13 10 71 13.13 10 71 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.29 10 56 29.

All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 10 – Specialties 10 82 00 10 83 00 10 86 00 10 88 00 10 81 13 10 81 16 10 81 19 10 82 13 10 82 23 10 83 13 10 83 16 Grilles and Screens Flags and Banners Flags Banners Bird Control Devices Insect Control Devices Rodent Control Devices Exterior Grilles and Screens Interior Grilles and Screens Security Mirrors and Domes Scales 10 90 00 Unassigned 10 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .6 All contents copyright © 2004.

13 11 13 00 Loading Dock Equipment 11 .1 All contents copyright © 2004. 11 – Equipment DIVISION 11 – EQUIPMENT 11 00 00 EQUIPMENT 11 01 00 11 01 10 11 01 15 11 01 20 11 01 30 11 01 40 11 01 50 11 01 56 11 01 60 11 01 65 11 01 70 11 01 80 11 01 90 11 06 10 11 06 15 11 06 20 11 06 30 11 06 40 11 06 50 11 06 60 11 06 65 11 06 70 11 06 80 11 06 90 Operation and Maintenance of Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Vehicle and Pedestrian Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Security. Bank. and Detention Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Commercial Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Residential Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Foodservice Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Educational and Scientific Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Observatory Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Entertainment Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Athletic and Recreational Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Healthcare Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Collection and Disposal Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Other Equipment Schedules for Vehicle and Pedestrian Equipment Schedules for Security. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. . Bank.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. and Detention Equipment Schedules for Commercial Equipment Schedules for Residential Equipment Schedules for Foodservice Equipment Foodservice Equipment Schedule Teller and Service Equipment Schedule 11 05 00 11 06 00 Common Work Results for Equipment Schedules for Equipment 11 06 15.13 Schedules for Educational and Scientific Equipment Schedules for Entertainment Equipment Schedules for Athletic and Recreational Equipment Schedules for Healthcare Equipment Schedules for Collection and Disposal Equipment Schedules for Other Equipment Healthcare Equipment Schedule 11 06 70. All rights reserved.13 11 08 00 Commissioning of Equipment Vehicle Service Equipment 11 10 00 VEHICLE AND P EDESTRIAN EQUIPMENT Compressed-Air Vehicle Service Equipment Vehicle Lubrication Equipment Tire-Changing Equipment Vehicle-Washing Equipment Parking Key and Card Control Units Parking Ticket Dispensers Parking Meters Parking Fee Collection Equipment Parking Gates Parking Fee Coin Collection Equipment 11 11 00 11 12 00 11 11 13 11 11 19 11 11 23 11 11 26 11 12 13 11 12 16 11 12 23 11 12 26 11 12 33 Parking Control Equipment 11 12 26.13 11 06 40.

23 Stationary Loading Dock Equipment Loading Dock Levelers Stationary Loading Dock Lifts Loading Dock Truck Lifts Loading Dock Truck Restraints Portable Dock Lifts Portable Dock Ramps Portable Dock Bridges Portable Dock Platforms 11 13 23 Portable Dock Equipment 11 14 00 11 13 26 11 14 13 Pedestrian Control Equipment Pedestrian Gates Portable Posts and Railings Rotary Gates Turnstiles Money-Changing Machines Loading Dock Lights 11 14 16 11 14 26 11 14 43 11 14 53 11 14 13. 11 – Equipment 11 13 13 11 13 16 Loading Dock Bumpers Loading Dock Seals and Shelters Loading Dock Seals Loading Dock Shelters Loading Dock Rail Shelters 11 13 19 11 13 16.33 11 13 23.13 11 13 23.13 11 14 43.13 11 15 00 SECURITY.33 11 13 19.13 11 13 16.19 11 13 23.19 Money-Changing Equipment Pedestrian Fare Collection Equipment Pedestrian Detection Equipment Pedestrian Security Equipment Pedestrian Coin Fare Collection Equipment Electronic Detection and Counting Systems 11 14 26. D ETENTION AND BANKING EQUIPMENT Vault Equipment Safe Deposit Boxes Safes Vault Ventilators 11 16 00 11 17 00 11 16 13 11 16 16 11 16 23 11 17 13 11 17 16 11 17 23 11 17 33 11 17 36 11 18 13 11 18 16 11 18 23 11 19 13 11 19 16 Teller and Service Equipment Teller Equipment Systems Automatic Banking Systems Money Handling Equipment Money Cart Pass-Through Package Transfer Units Deal Drawers Gun Ports Valuable Material Storage Detention Pass-Through Doors Detention Gun Lockers 11 18 00 Security Equipment 11 19 00 Detention Equipment 11 20 00 COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT Mercantile and Service Equipment Cash Registers and Checking Equipment Vending Equipment 11 21 00 11 21 13 11 21 23 11 .13 11 14 13.13 11 13 19.16 11 14 13.2 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 11 13 23.26 11 13 19. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.23 11 13 16.19 11 14 16. All rights reserved.23 11 13 19.

11 – Equipment 11 21 33 11 21 43 11 21 53 11 21 23.3 All contents copyright © 2004. and Shipping Equipment 11 30 00 RESIDENTIAL EQUIPMENT Residential Appliances Retractable Stairs Residential Kitchen Appliances Residential Laundry Appliances 11 31 00 11 33 00 11 31 13 11 31 23 11 40 00 FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT Food Storage Equipment Refrigerated Food Storage Cases Walk-In Coolers Walk-In Freezers 11 41 00 11 41 13 11 41 23 11 41 26 11 42 00 11 43 00 Food Preparation Equipment Food Delivery Carts and Conveyors 11 . .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 Checkroom Equipment Weighing and Wrapping Equipment Barber and Beauty Shop Equipment Dry Cleaning Equipment Drying and Conditioning Equipment Finishing Equipment Commercial Ironing Equipment Commercial Washers and Extractors Coin-Operated Laundry Equipment Hanging Garment Conveyors Floor and Wall Cleaning Equipment Housekeeping Carts Vacuum Cleaning Systems Window Washing Systems Registration Equipment Metal Unit Kitchens Wood Unit Kitchens Plastic -Laminate-Clad Unit Kitchens Darkroom Processing Equipment Film Transfer Cabinets Vending Machines 11 22 00 11 23 00 11 23 13 11 23 16 11 23 19 11 23 23 11 23 26 11 23 33 11 23 43 11 24 13 11 24 16 11 24 19 11 24 23 11 25 13 11 26 13 11 26 16 11 26 19 11 27 13 11 27 16 11 28 13 11 28 16 11 28 19 11 28 23 11 29 23 11 29 33 11 29 55 Refrigerated Display Equipment Commercial Laundry and Dry Cleaning Equipment 11 24 00 Maintenance Equipment 11 25 00 11 26 00 Hospitality Equipment Unit Kitchens 11 27 00 11 28 00 Photographic Processing Equipment Office Equipment Computers Printers Self-Contained Facsimile Machines Copiers Packaging Equipment Shipping Equipment Postal Equipment 11 29 00 Postal. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. All rights reserved. Packaging.

23 11 52 16.26 Projectors Fixed Projection Screens Portable Projection Screens Rear Projection Screens Movie Projectors Slide Projectors Overhead Projectors Opaque Projectors Video Projectors 11 52 19 Players and Recorders 11 53 00 11 53 13 11 53 16 11 53 19 11 53 23 11 53 33 11 53 43 11 53 53 Laboratory Equipment Laboratory Fume Hoods Laboratory Incubators Laboratory Sterilizers Laboratory Refrigerators Emergency Safety Appliances Service Fittings and Accessories Biological Safety Cabinets Planetarium Projectors Planetarium Pendulums Telescopes Telescope Mounts Telescope Drive Mechanisms Telescope Domes Recirculating Laboratory Fume Hoods 11 53 13.19 11 52 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 11 52 13. .13 11 55 00 11 56 00 11 55 13 11 55 16 11 56 13 11 56 16 11 56 19 11 56 23 Planetarium Equipment Observatory Equipment 11 57 00 11 59 00 Vocational Shop Equipment Exhibit Equipment 11 . All rights reserved.13 Audio-Visual Equipment Projection Screens 11 52 16 11 52 13.13 11 52 16.16 11 52 16.13 11 52 13.19 11 52 16.4 All contents copyright © 2004. 11 – Equipment 11 43 13 11 43 16 Food Delivery Carts Food Delivery Conveyors 11 44 00 11 46 00 11 44 13 11 44 16 11 46 13 11 46 16 11 46 19 11 48 13 Food Cooking Equipment Commercial Ranges Commercial Ovens Food Dispensing Equipment Bar Equipment Service Line Equipment Soda Fountain Equipment Commercial Dishwashers 11 47 00 11 48 00 Ice Machines Cleaning and Disposal Equipment 11 50 00 EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT Library Equipment Automated Book Storage and Retrieval Systems Book Depositories Book Theft Protection Equipment Library Stack Systems Metal Library Shelving 11 51 00 11 51 13 11 51 16 11 51 19 11 51 23 11 52 13 11 52 00 11 51 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

23 11 68 00 11 68 13 11 68 16 11 68 23 Play Field Equipment and Structures Playground Equipment Play Structures Exterior Court Athletic Equipment Exterior Basketball Equipment Exterior Volleyball Equipment Tennis Equipment 11 68 33 11 68 23.23 11 68 33.13 11 66 23.43 Athletic Field Equipment 11 68 43 Exterior Scoreboards Football Field Equipment Soccer and Field Hockey Equipment Baseball Field Equipment Track and Field Equipment 11 70 00 HEALTHCARE EQUIPMENT Medical Sterilizing Equipment Examination and Treatment Equipment Examination Equipment 11 71 00 11 72 00 11 72 13 11 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 11 66 23.33 11 68 33.13 11 68 33.13 11 67 43.23 11 67 53.33 11 68 33. All rights reserved.13 11 67 13 11 67 23 11 67 33 11 67 43 11 67 53 Recreational Equipment Batting/Golf Cages Bowling Alley Equipment Shooting Range Equipment Climbing Walls Table Games Equipment Game Room Equipment Video Games Pinball Machines Pool Tables Ping-Pong Tables 11 67 43.23 11 68 23.43 11 66 23.53 11 66 23. 11 – Equipment 11 60 00 ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT Theater and Stage Equipment Acoustical Shells Folding and Portable Stages Rigging Systems and Controls Stage Curtains Bells Carillons Organs 11 61 00 11 61 13 11 61 23 11 61 33 11 61 43 11 62 13 11 62 16 11 62 19 11 62 00 Musical Equipment 11 65 00 ATHLETIC AND R ECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT Athletic Equipment Exercise Equipment Gymnasium Equipment Basketball Equipment Volleyball Equipment Interior Tennis Equipment Interior Track and Field Equipment Wall Padding Mat Storage 11 66 00 11 66 13 11 66 23 11 66 43 11 66 53 11 66 23.13 11 68 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .56 Interior Scoreboards Gymnasium Dividers 11 67 00 11 66 53.23 11 66 23.5 All contents copyright © 2004.13 11 67 53.

MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved. 11 – Equipment 11 72 53 Treatment Equipment 11 73 00 11 74 00 11 75 00 11 76 00 11 77 00 11 78 00 11 79 00 11 78 13 11 78 16 11 78 19 Patient Care Equipment Dental Equipment Optical Equipment Operating Room Equipment Radiology Equipment Mortuary Equipment Mortuary Refrigerators Crematorium Equipment Mortuary Lifts Therapy Equipment 11 80 00 COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL EQUIPMENT Solid Waste Handling Equipment Solid Waste Bins Packaged Incinerators Recycling Equipment Waste Compactors and Destructors Composting Equipment 11 82 00 11 82 13 11 82 19 11 82 23 11 82 26 11 82 29 11 90 00 OTHER EQUIPMENT Religious Equipment Baptisteries 11 91 00 11 92 00 11 91 13 11 92 13 11 92 16 11 92 19 11 92 23 11 93 13 11 93 16 11 93 19 11 93 23 11 93 26 11 93 29 11 93 33 Agricultural Equipment Milkers Stock Feeders Stock Waterers Agricultural Waste Clean-Up Equipment Hydroponic Growing Systems Seeders Transplanters Potting Machines Flat Fillers Baggers Soil Mixers 11 93 00 Horticultural Equipment 11 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.6 All contents copyright © 2004. .

The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .13 12 06 30.13 12 06 40. All rights reserved.13 Schedules for Furnishings and Accessories Schedules for Furniture Schedules for Multiple Seating Schedules for Other Furnishings 12 08 00 Commissioning of Furnishings Murals 12 10 00 ART Photo Murals Sculptured Brick Panels Brick Murals Ceramic Tile Murals Trompe l'oeil Commissioned Paintings Framed Paintings Framed Prints Tapestries Wall Hangings Carved Sculpture Cast Sculpture Constructed Sculpture Relief Art Etched Glass Stained Glass 12 11 00 12 11 13 12 11 16 12 11 23 12 11 26 12 11 33 12 12 13 12 12 16 12 12 19 12 12 23 12 12 26 12 14 13 12 14 16 12 14 19 12 14 23 12 17 13 12 17 16 12 12 00 Wall Decorations 12 14 00 Sculptures 12 17 00 12 19 00 Art Glass Religious Art 12 .1 All contents copyright © 2004. 12 – Furnishings DIVISION 12 – FURNISHINGS 12 00 00 FURNISHINGS 12 01 00 12 01 10 12 01 20 12 01 30 12 01 40 12 01 50 12 01 60 12 01 90 12 05 13 12 06 10 12 06 20 12 06 30 12 06 40 12 06 50 12 06 60 12 06 90 Operation and Maintenance of Furnishings Operation and Maintenance of Art Operation and Maintenance of Window Treatments Operation and Maintenance of Casework Operation and Maintenance of Furnishings and Accessories Operation and Maintenance of Furniture Operation and Maintenance of Multiple Seating Operation and Maintenance of Other Furnishings Fabrics 12 05 00 12 06 00 Common Work Results for Furnishings Schedules for Furnishings Schedules for Art Schedules for Window Treatments Schedules for Casework Window Treatment Schedule Manufactured Casework Schedule Furnishings Schedule 12 06 20.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

23 12 35 30.2 All contents copyright © 2004.33 12 21 00 12 21 13 12 21 16 Vertical Louver Blinds 12 22 00 12 23 00 12 24 00 12 25 00 12 21 23 12 21 26 12 22 13 12 22 16 12 24 13 12 24 16 12 25 13 Curtains and Drapes Interior Shutters Window Shades Roll-Down Blinds Black-Out Blinds Draperies Drapery Track and Accessories Roller Window Shades Pleated Window Shades Motorized Drapery Rods Window Treatment Operating Hardware 12 30 00 CASEWORK Manufactured Metal Casework Manufactured Metal Sandwich Panel Casework Manufactured Wood-Veneer-Faced Casework Manufactured Plastic -Laminate-Clad Casework Manufactured Solid-Plastic Casework Bank Casework Hospitality Casework Residential Casework Kitchen Casework Bathroom Casework Dormitory Casework 12 31 00 12 32 00 12 34 00 12 35 00 12 31 16 12 32 13 12 32 16 12 34 16 12 35 17 12 35 25 12 35 30 Manufactured Wood Casework Manufactured Plastic Casework Specialty Casework 12 35 33 12 35 50 12 35 30.16 12 35 53.13 12 35 30.23 Display Casework Healthcare Casework 12 . All rights reserved.43 Utility Room Casework Educational/Library Casework Educational Casework Library Casework Built.53 12 35 50. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.In Study Carrels Metal Laboratory Casework Plastic-Laminate-Clad Laboratory Casework Wood Laboratory Casework Solid-Plastic Laboratory Casework 12 35 53 12 35 50.13 12 35 50.19 12 35 53.13 12 21 16.13 12 21 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 12 35 53. . 12 – Furnishings 12 20 00 WINDOW TREATMENTS Window Blinds Horizontal Louver Blinds Metal Horizontal Louver Blinds Wood Horizontal Louver Blinds Plastic Horizontal Louver Blinds Metal Vertical Louver Blinds Wood Vertical Louver Blinds Plastic Vertical Louver Blinds 12 21 13.56 Laboratory Casework 12 35 59 12 35 70 12 35 53.33 12 21 16.23 12 21 13.23 12 21 16.

16 Shower Curtains Bed Linens Pillows Blankets Comforters 12 45 00 12 45 13 12 45 16 Bedroom Furnishings 12 45 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.3 All contents copyright © 2004.13 12 36 61. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 12 43 00 12 43 13 Portable Lamps Lamps Desk Lamps Table Lamps Floor Lamps 12 43 13.13 12 44 13.13 12 36 61.16 12 43 13.16 12 46 00 12 46 13 12 46 16 12 46 19 12 46 23 12 46 26 12 46 29 12 46 33 Furnishing Accessories Ash Receptacles Bowls Clocks Decorative Crafts Decorative Screens Vases Waste Receptacles 12 .19 12 35 70. All rights reserved.13 12 35 70.74 Religious Casework Hospital Casework Nurse Station Casework Exam Room Casework Dental Casework 12 36 00 12 36 13 12 36 16 12 36 19 12 36 23 12 36 40 12 36 53 12 36 61 Countertops Concrete Countertops Metal Countertops Wood Countertops Plastic Countertops Stone Countertops Laboratory Countertops Simulated Stone Countertops Plastic-Laminate-Clad Countertops 12 36 23.13 Hollowware Glassware Table Linens Napery 12 42 26. . 12 – Furnishings 12 35 91 12 35 70.16 12 36 61.19 Cultured Marble Countertops Solid Surfacing Countertops Quartz Surfacing Countertops 12 40 00 FURNISHINGS AND ACCESSORIES Office Accessories Table Accessories Ceramics Flatware Silverware 12 41 00 12 42 00 12 41 13 12 42 13 12 42 16 12 42 19 12 42 23 12 42 26 Desk Accessories 12 42 16.16 12 35 70.13 12 43 13.13 12 45 13.19 12 44 00 12 44 13 12 44 16 Bath Furnishings Bath Linens Bath Mats Bath Towels 12 44 13.

MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 12 48 53.16 12 51 16.13 12 51 19. 12 – Furnishings 12 48 00 12 48 13 12 48 16 12 48 19 12 48 23 12 48 26 12 48 43 12 48 53 Rugs and Mats Entrance Floor Mats and Frames Entrance Floor Grilles Entrance Floor Gratings Entrance Floor Grids Entrance Tile Floor Mats Rugs Chair Mats Runners Oriental Rugs Entrance Floor Mats Entrance Floor Mat Frames 12 48 13.16 12 50 00 FURNITURE Office Furniture Case Goods Metal Case Goods Wood Case Goods Plastic-Laminate-Clad Case Goods Lateral Filing Cabinets Vertical Filing Cabinets 12 51 16.13 12 51 16. . All rights reserved.19 Audio-Visual Furniture Book Shelves Study Carrels Index Card File Cabinets 12 .16 12 56 51.19 12 51 19.4 All contents copyright © 2004.13 12 56 51.16 12 48 43.13 12 48 13.13 12 48 53.16 12 51 00 12 51 16 12 51 19 12 51 83 Filing Cabinets Custom Office Furniture Chairs Upholstered Seating Office Seating Healthcare Seating Custom Seating Custom Retail Furniture 12 52 00 12 53 00 12 54 00 12 52 13 12 52 19 12 52 23 12 52 70 12 52 83 12 53 83 12 54 13 12 54 16 12 54 83 12 55 13 12 55 16 12 55 19 12 55 23 12 55 26 12 55 83 12 56 33 12 56 39 12 56 43 12 56 51 Seating Retail Furniture Hospitality Furniture 12 55 00 Detention Furniture Hotel and Motel Furniture Restaurant Furniture Custom Hospitality Furniture Detention Bunks Detention Desks Detention Stools Detention Tables Detention Safety Clothes Hooks Custom Detention Furniture Classroom Furniture Lecterns Dormitory Furniture Library Furniture 12 56 00 Institutional Furniture 12 56 52 12 56 51.

12 – Furnishings 12 57 00 12 56 53 12 56 70 12 56 83 12 57 13 12 57 16 12 57 83 12 58 13 12 58 16 12 58 19 12 58 23 12 58 26 12 58 29 12 58 33 12 58 36 12 58 83 12 59 13 12 59 16 12 59 19 12 59 23 12 59 83 Industrial Furniture Laboratory Furniture Healthcare Furniture Custom Institutional Furniture Welding Benches Welding Screens Custom Industrial Furniture Couches and Loveseats Residential Chairs Dining Tables and Chairs Coffee Tables Entertainment Centers Beds Dressers Daybeds Armoires Reclining Chairs Futons 12 58 00 Residential Furniture 12 58 13.5 All contents copyright © 2004.13 12 58 33.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 12 58 16. All rights reserved. .13 12 58 29.13 12 59 00 Systems Furniture Nightstands Custom Residential Furniture Panel-Hung Component System Furniture Free-Standing Component System Furniture Beam System Furniture Desk System Furniture Custom Systems Furniture 12 60 00 M ULTIPLE S EATING Fixed Audience Seating Upholstered Audience Seating Molded-Plastic Audience Seating Folding Chairs Interlocking Chairs Stacking Chairs 12 61 00 12 62 00 12 61 13 12 61 16 12 62 13 12 62 16 12 62 19 12 63 13 12 63 23 Portable Audience Seating 12 63 00 12 64 00 12 65 00 12 66 00 12 67 00 12 68 00 Stadium and Arena Seating Booths and Tables Multiple-Use Fixed Seating Telescoping Stands Pews and Benches Pews Benches Stadium and Arena Bench Seating Stadium and Arena Seats 12 66 13 12 66 23 12 67 13 12 67 23 12 68 13 Telescoping Bleachers Telescoping Chair Platforms Seat and Table Assemblies Pedestal Tablet Arm Chairs 12 70 00 Unassigned 12 .

.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. All rights reserved.6 All contents copyright © 2004. 12 – Furnishings 12 80 00 12 90 00 12 92 00 Unassigned OTHER FURNISHINGS Interior Planters and Artificial Plants Interior Artificial Plants Interior Planters Interior Landscaping Accessories Bicycle Racks Trash and Litter Receptors Manufactured Planters Site Seating and Tables Site Seating Site Tables 12 92 13 12 92 33 12 92 43 12 93 13 12 93 23 12 93 33 12 93 43 12 93 00 Site Furnishings 12 93 43.53 12 .13 12 93 43.

All rights reserved. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. .1 13 11 00 13 11 13 13 11 23 13 11 33 13 11 43 13 11 46 All contents copyright © 2004. 13 – Special Construction DIVISION 13 – SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION 13 00 00 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION 13 01 00 13 01 10 13 01 11 13 01 12 13 01 13 13 01 14 13 01 18 13 01 20 13 01 21 13 01 23 13 01 30 13 01 40 13 01 49 13 01 50 13 01 51 13 01 52 13 01 53 13 06 10 13 06 20 13 06 30 13 06 40 13 06 50 13 08 10 13 08 11 13 08 12 13 08 13 13 08 14 13 08 18 13 08 20 13 08 21 13 08 23 13 08 30 13 08 40 13 08 50 Operation and Maintenance of Special Construction Operation and Maintenance of Special Facility Components Operation and Maintenance of Swimming Pools Operation and Maintenance of Fountains Operation and Maintenance of Aquariums Operation and Maintenance of Amusement Park Structures and Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Ice Rinks Operation and Maintenance of Special Purpose Rooms Operation and Maintenance of Controlled Environment Rooms Operation and Maintenance of Planetariums Operation and Maintenance of Special Structures Operation and Maintenance of Integrated Construction Operation and Maintenance of Radiation Protection Operation and Maintenance of Special Instrumentation Operation and Maintenance of Stress Instrumentation Operation and Maintenance of Seismic Instrumentation Operation and Maintenance of Meteorological Instrumentation Schedules for Special Facility Components Schedules for Special Purpose Rooms Schedules for Special Structures Schedules for Integrated Construction Schedules for Special Instrumentation 13 05 00 13 06 00 Common Work Results for Special Construction Schedules for Special Construction 13 08 00 Commissioning of Special Construction Commissioning of Special Facility Components Commissioning of Swimming Pools Commissioning of Fountains Commissioning of Aquariums Commissioning of Amusement Park Structures and Equipment Commissioning of Ice Rinks Commissioning of Special Purpose Rooms Commissioning of Controlled Environment Rooms Commissioning of Planetariums Commissioning of Special Structures Commissioning of Integrated Construction Commissioning of Special Instrumentation 13 10 00 SPECIAL FACILITY COMPONENTS Swimming Pools Below-Grade Swimming Pools On-Grade Swimming Pools Elevated Swimming Pools Recirculating Gutter Systems Swimming Pool Accessories 13 .

16 13 28 13 13 28 16 13 28 19 13 28 26 13 28 33 13 28 66 Athletic and Recreational Special Construction Indoor Soccer Boards Safety Netting Arena Football Boards Floor Sockets Athletic and Recreational Court Walls Demountable Athletic Surfaces 13 . All rights reserved. .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 13 – Special Construction 13 12 00 13 13 00 13 14 00 13 11 49 13 11 53 13 11 56 13 12 13 13 12 23 13 14 13 13 14 16 13 14 23 13 17 13 13 17 23 13 17 33 13 18 13 13 18 16 13 19 13 13 19 16 Fountains Swimming Pool Cleaning Equipment Movable Pool Bulkheads Movable Pool Floors Exterior Fountains Interior Fountains Water Slides Wave Generating Equipment Amusement Park Rides Hot Tubs Therapeutic Pools Whirlpool Tubs Ice Rink Floor Systems Ice Rink Dasher Boards Kennel Enclosures and Gates Kennel Feeding Devices Aquariums Amusement Park Structures and Equipment 13 17 00 Tubs and Pools 13 18 00 13 19 00 Ice Rinks Kennels and Animal Shelters 13 20 00 SPECIAL PURPOSE ROOMS Controlled Environment Rooms Clean Rooms Hyperbaric Rooms Insulated Rooms Cold Storage Rooms Constant Temperature Rooms Sound-Conditioned Rooms 13 21 00 13 21 13 13 21 16 13 21 23 13 21 26 13 21 29 13 21 48 13 22 00 13 23 00 13 24 00 13 26 00 13 27 00 13 24 16 13 24 26 13 24 66 13 27 16 13 27 53 Office Shelters and Booths Planetariums Special Activity Rooms Saunas Steam Baths Athletic Rooms Fabricated Rooms Vaults Modular Fire Vaults Security Vaults Modular Concrete Security Vaults Modular Metal-Clad Laminated Security Vaults 13 28 00 13 27 53.13 13 27 53.2 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

13 – Special Construction 13 30 00 SPECIAL STRUCTURES Fabric Structures Air-Supported Fabric Structures Tensioned Fabric Structures Framed Fabric Structures Metal Space Frames Wood Space Frames Geodesic Domes Single.13 Steel Towers 13 40 00 INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION Building Modules Hospitality Unit Modules Apartment Unit Modules Dormitory Unit Modules Detention Cell Modules Precast.Walled Air-Supported Structures Multiple.13 13 42 63.16 13 34 23.23 13 34 13.Concrete Detention Cell Modules Steel Detention Cell Modules 13 42 00 13 42 25 13 42 33 13 42 43 13 42 63 13 44 00 13 48 00 13 42 63. and Seismic Control Manufactured Sound and Vibration Control Components Fabricated Sound and Vibration Control Assemblies Manufactured Seismic Control Components Fabricated Seismic Control Assemblies Lead Sheet Lead Bricks Lead-Lined Materials 13 .53 Grandstands and Bleachers Metal Building Systems Fabricated Structures 13 36 00 13 34 56 13 36 13 13 36 23 13 34 23.26 13 34 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.19 13 34 23.3 13 49 00 Radiation Protection All contents copyright © 2004. . Vibration.13 13 34 13.16 13 48 13 13 48 23 13 48 53 13 48 63 13 49 13 13 49 16 13 49 19 Modular Mezzanines Sound.13 13 34 16.13 13 31 13. All rights reserved.16 13 34 13.13 13 34 23.Walled Air-Supported Structures 13 31 13.16 13 31 00 13 31 13 13 31 23 13 31 33 13 32 13 13 32 23 13 33 13 13 34 13 13 32 00 13 33 00 13 34 00 Space Frames Geodesic Structures Glazed Structures Fabricated Engineered Structures Greenhouses Solariums Swimming Pool Enclosures Sunrooms Conservatories Grandstands Bleachers 13 34 16 13 34 19 13 34 23 13 34 13.19 13 34 13.23 Towers Observatories Metal Towers Wood Towers Portable and Mobile Buildings Fabricated Control Booths Fabricated Dome Structures Fabricated Substation Control Rooms 13 36 13.

. All rights reserved.4 All contents copyright © 2004. 13 – Special Construction 13 49 23 13 49 19.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 Modular Shielding Partitions Lead-Lined Lath 13 50 00 SPECIAL INSTRUMENTATION Stress Instrumentation Seismic Instrumentation Meteorological Instrumentation Solar Instrumentation Wind Instrumentation 13 51 00 13 52 00 13 53 00 13 53 13 13 53 23 13 60 00 13 70 00 13 80 00 13 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 13 .

14 – Conveying Equipment DIVISION 14 – CONVEYING EQUIPMENT 14 00 00 CONVEYING EQUIPMENT 14 01 00 14 01 10 14 01 20 14 01 30 14 01 40 14 01 70 14 01 80 14 01 90 14 01 10.71 14 01 40.71 14 01 30.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.71 14 01 20.13 Schedules for Escalators and Moving Walks Schedules for Lifts Schedules for Turntables Schedules for Scaffolding Schedules for Other Conveying Equipment Commissioning of Dumbwaiters Commissioning of Elevators Commissioning of Escalators and Moving Walks Commissioning of Lifts Commissioning of Turntables Commissioning of Scaffolding Lift Schedule 14 06 40.13 14 08 00 14 08 10 14 08 20 14 08 30 14 08 40 14 08 70 14 08 80 Commissioning of Conveying Equipment 14 10 00 DUMBWAITERS Manual Dumbwaiters Electric Dumbwaiters Hydraulic Dumbwaiters Electric Traction Elevators 14 11 00 14 12 00 14 14 00 14 20 00 ELEVATORS Electric Traction Freight Elevators Electric Traction Passenger Elevators Electric Traction Residential Elevators Electric Traction Service Elevators Hydraulic Freight Elevators Hydraulic Passenger Elevators 14 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.1 14 21 00 14 21 13 14 21 23 14 21 33 14 21 43 14 24 13 14 24 23 14 24 00 Hydraulic Elevators All contents copyright © 2004. . All rights reserved.71 Operation and Maintenance of Conveying Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Dumbwaiters Operation and Maintenance of Elevators Operation and Maintenance of Escalators and Moving Walks Operation and Maintenance of Lifts Lifts Rehabilitation Escalators and Mov ing Walks Rehabilitation Elevator Rehabilitation Dumbwaiter Rehabilitation Operation and Maintenance of Turntables Operation and Maintenance of Scaffolding Operation and Maintenance of Other Conveying Equipment Schedules for Dumbwaiters Schedules for Elevators 14 05 00 14 06 00 14 06 10 14 06 20 14 06 30 14 06 40 14 06 70 14 06 80 14 06 90 Common Work Results for Conveying Equipment Schedules for Conveying Equipment Elevator Equipment Schedule 14 06 20.

13 14 28 19. 14 – Conveying Equipment 14 24 33 14 24 43 Hydraulic Residential Elevators Hydraulic Service Elevators 14 26 00 14 27 00 14 28 00 14 27 13 14 28 13 14 28 16 14 28 19 Limited-Use/Limited-Application Elevators Custom Elevator Cabs Custom Elevator Cab Finishes Elevator Doors Elevator Controls Elevator Equipment Elevator Equipment and Controls 14 28 19. All rights reserved.2 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .16 Elevator Safety Equipment Elevator Hoistway Equipment 14 30 00 ESCALATORS AND M OVING WALKS Escalators Moving Walks Moving Ramps 14 31 00 14 32 00 14 33 00 14 33 13 14 33 16 Motorized Ramps Powered Ramps 14 40 00 LIFTS People Lifts Counterbalanced People Lifts Endless-Belt People Lifts Inclined Wheelchair Lifts Vertical Wheelchair Lifts Orchestra Lifts Stage Lifts 14 41 00 14 42 00 14 43 00 14 44 00 14 45 00 14 41 13 14 41 16 14 42 13 14 42 16 14 43 13 14 43 16 Wheelchair Lifts Platform Lifts Sidewalk Lifts Vehicle Lifts 14 50 00 14 60 00 14 70 00 14 71 00 14 72 00 14 73 00 14 74 00 Unassigned Unassigned TURNTABLES Industrial Turntables Vehicle Turntables 14 71 11 14 72 25 14 73 59 14 74 61 Hospitality Turntables Exhibit Turntables Stage Turntables Display Turntables Restaurant Turntables Entertainment Turntables 14 80 00 SCAFFOLDING Suspended Scaffolding Beam Scaffolding Carriage Scaffolding Hook Scaffolding 14 81 00 14 81 13 14 81 16 14 81 19 14 82 00 Rope Climbers 14 .

.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.13 14 83 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 14 84 00 14 84 13 14 84 23 Powered Scaffolding Window Washing Scaffolding Window Washing Hoists 14 90 00 OTHER CONVEYING EQUIPMENT Facility Chutes Coal Chutes Escape Chutes Laundry and Linen Chutes Trash Chutes 14 91 00 14 91 13 14 91 23 14 91 33 14 91 82 14 92 00 Pneumatic Tube Systems 14 . 14 – Conveying Equipment 14 82 13 14 82 16 Manual Rope Climbers Powered Rope Climbers 14 83 00 14 83 13 14 83 16 14 83 19 Elevating Platforms Telescoping Platform Lifts Scissor Lift Platforms Multi-Axis Platform Lifts Electric and Battery Telescoping Platform Lifts Pneumatic Telescoping Platform Lifts 14 83 13.3 All contents copyright © 2004.

All rights reserved.1 21 21 00 All contents copyright © 2004. .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 21 – Fire Suppression DIVISION 21 – FIRE SUPPRESSION 21 00 00 FIRE SUPPRESSION 21 01 00 21 01 10 21 01 20 21 01 30 21 05 13 21 05 16 21 05 19 21 05 23 21 05 29 21 05 33 21 05 48 21 05 53 21 06 10 21 06 20 21 06 30 21 07 16 21 07 19 Operation and Maintenance of Fire Suppression Operation and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire-Suppression Systems Operation and Maintenance of Fire-Extinguishing Systems Operation and Maintenance of Fire-Suppression Equipment Common Motor Requirements for Fire-Suppression Equipment Expansion Fittings and Loops for Fire-Suppression Piping Meters and Gages for Fire-Suppression Systems General-Duty Valves for Water-Based Fire-Suppression Piping Hangers and Supports for Fire-Suppression Piping and Equipment Heat Tracing for Fire-Suppression Piping Vibration and Seismic Controls for Fire-Suppression Piping and Equipment Identification for Fire-Suppression Piping and Equipment Schedules for Water-Based Fire-Suppression Systems Schedules for Fire-Extinguishing Systems Schedules for Fire-Suppression Equipment Fire-Suppression Equipment Insulation Fire-Suppression Piping Insulation 21 05 00 Common Work Results for Fire Suppression 21 06 00 Schedules for Fire Suppression 21 07 00 21 08 00 21 09 00 Fire Suppression Systems Insulation Commissioning of Fire Suppression Instrumentation and Control for Fire-Suppression Systems Facility Fire-Suppression Water-Service Piping Facility Fire Hydrants Fire-Department Connections 21 10 00 WATER-BASED FIRE-SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS 21 11 00 21 12 00 21 11 16 21 11 19 21 12 13 21 12 16 21 12 19 21 12 23 21 12 26 21 13 13 21 13 16 21 13 19 21 13 23 21 13 26 21 13 29 21 13 36 21 13 39 Fire-Suppression Standpipes Fire-Suppression Hoses and Nozzles Fire-Suppression Hose Reels Fire-Suppression Hose Racks Fire-Suppression Hose Valves Fire-Suppression Valve and Hose Cabinets Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems Dry-Pipe Sprinkler Systems Preaction Sprinkler Systems Combined Dry-Pipe and Preaction Sprinkler Systems Deluge Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems Water Spray Fixed Systems Antifreeze Sprinkler Systems Foam -Water Systems 21 13 00 Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems 21 20 00 FIRE-EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS Carbon-Dioxide Fire-Extinguishing Systems 21 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

21 – Fire Suppression 21 21 13 21 21 16 Carbon-Dioxide Fire-Extinguishing Piping Carbon-Dioxide Fire-Extinguishing Equipment 21 22 00 21 23 00 21 24 00 21 22 13 21 22 16 21 23 13 21 23 16 21 24 13 21 24 16 Clean-Agent Fire-Extinguishing Systems Clean-Agent Fire-Extinguishing Piping Clean-Agent Fire-Extinguishing Equipment Wet-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Systems Wet-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Piping Wet-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Equipment Dry-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Piping Dry-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Equipment Dry-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Systems 21 30 00 FIRE PUMPS Centrifugal Fire Pumps Electric-Drive. Centrifugal Fire Pumps Electric -Drive. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Vertical-Turbine Fire Pumps Electric -Drive. Positive-Displacement Fire Pumps Diesel-Drive. All rights reserved. . Positive-Displacement Fire Pumps 21 31 00 21 32 00 21 33 00 21 31 13 21 31 16 21 32 13 21 32 16 21 33 13 21 33 16 Vertical-Turbine Fire Pumps Positive-Displacement Fire Pumps 21 40 00 FIRE-SUPPRESSION WATER STORAGE Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Pressurized Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Elevated Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Roof-Mounted Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Ground Suction Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Underground Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Storage Tanks for Fire-Suppression Water Additives 21 41 00 21 41 13 21 41 16 21 41 19 21 41 23 21 41 26 21 41 29 21 50 00 21 60 00 21 70 00 21 80 00 21 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 21 .2 All contents copyright © 2004. Vertical-Turbine Fire Pumps Diesel-Drive. Centrifugal Fire Pumps Diesel-Drive.

All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. .13 Schedules for Pool and Fountain Plumbing Systems Schedules for Laboratory and Healthcare Systems Plumbing Equipment Insulation Plumbing Piping Insulation 22 07 00 22 08 00 22 09 00 22 07 16 22 07 19 Plumbing Insulation Commissioning of Plumbing Instrumentation and Control for Plumbing Facility Water Distribution 22 10 00 PLUMBING PIPING AND PUMPS Facility Water Distribution Piping Domestic Water Piping Domestic Water Piping Specialties Domestic Water Pumps 22 11 00 22 11 13 22 11 16 22 11 19 22 11 23 22 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 22 – Plumbing DIVISION 22 – PLUMBING 22 00 00 PLUMBING 22 01 00 22 01 10 22 01 30 22 01 40 22 01 50 22 01 60 22 05 13 22 05 16 22 05 19 22 05 23 22 05 29 22 05 33 22 05 48 22 05 53 22 05 73 22 05 76 22 06 10 22 06 12 22 06 15 22 06 30 22 06 40 22 06 50 22 06 60 Operation and Maintenance of Plumbing Operation and Maintenance of Plumbing Piping and Pumps Operation and Maintenance of Plumbing Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Plumbing Fixtures Operation and Maintenance of Pool and Fountain Plumbing Systems Operation and Maintenance of Laboratory and Healthcare Systems Common Motor Requirements for Plumbing Equipment Expansion Fittings and Loops for Plumbing Piping Meters and Gages for Plumbing Piping General-Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping Hangers and Supports for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Heat Tracing for Plumbing Piping Vibration and Seismic Controls for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Identification for Plumbing Piping and Equipment Facility Drainage Manholes Facility Drainage Piping Cleanouts Schedules for Plumbing Piping and Pumps Schedules for Facility Potable Water Storage Schedules for General Service Compressed-Air Equipment Schedules for Plumbing Equipment Schedules for Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Fixture Schedule Domestic Water Heater Schedule Plumbing Pump Schedule 22 05 00 Common Work Results for Plumbing 22 06 00 Schedules for Plumbing 22 06 10.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 22 06 30.13 22 06 40.

Water Pumps Separately Coupled. All rights reserved.13 22 14 26. Potable-Water Storage Tanks Facility Elevated.19 Sump Pumps 22 15 00 22 14 33 22 14 36 General Service Compressed-Air Systems 22 .16 22 12 23. In-Line Centrifugal Domestic.29 22 11 23.23 22 13 29. Pedestal Drainage Pump Units Packaged. Indoor Potable. Vertical Sump Pumps Submersible Sump Pumps Sump-Pump Basins and Pits 22 14 29 22 14 26. Vertically Mounted.2 Packaged.13 22 13 29.Water Storage Pressure Tanks Facility Steel.Water Storage Pressure Tanks Facility Plastic. Potable-Water Storage Tanks Facility Indoor Potable-Water Storage Tanks Facility Steel.13 22 13 43. Wastewater Pump Units Facility Packaged Sewage Pumping Stations Facility Septic Tanks Facility Dry-Well Packaged Sewage Pumping Stations Facility Wet.23 22 12 23.13 22 13 19.19 22 14 29.36 Domestic. Indoor Potable.23 22 11 23.13 22 12 23.33 22 13 19.13 22 14 29.Well Packaged Sewage Pumping Stations Wet-Pit-Mounted.Water Packaged Booster Pumps Close-Coupled. Indoor Potable. Submersible Sewerage Pump Units Packaged.26 22 13 19. Potable-Water Storage Tanks Facility Ground-Mounted.13 22 11 23. Indoor Potable. Horizontally Mounted.16 22 14 29. In-Line Centrifugal Domestic.Water Pumps Close-Coupled. In-Line. Sealless Centrifugal Domestic. . 22 – Plumbing 22 11 23. In-Line Centrifugal Domestic. and Grease Disposal Systems Grease Removal Devices Backwater Valves Air-Admittance Valves 22 13 23 22 13 26 22 13 29 22 13 19.23 22 13 19.16 22 13 29.36 Sanitary Waste Interceptors Sanitary Waste Separators Sanitary Sewerage Pumps 22 13 33 22 13 36 22 13 43 22 13 53 22 13 29. In-Line Centrifugal Domestic-Water Pumps Separately Coupled.16 22 14 00 22 14 13 22 14 16 22 14 19 22 14 23 22 14 26 Facility Storm Drainage Facility Storm Drainage Piping Rainwater Leaders Sump Pump Discharge Piping Storm Drainage Piping Specialties Facility Storm Drains Roof Drains Facility Area Drains Facility Trench Drains Wet-Pit-Mounted.Water Storage Non-Pressure Tanks Facility Plastic.26 22 11 23.33 Packaged. Horizontally Mounted. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Vertical Sewerage Pumps Submersible Sewerage Pumps Sewerage Pump Reverse-Flow Assemblies Sewerage Pump Basins and Pits 22 13 43.26 22 13 00 22 13 13 22 13 16 22 13 19 Facility Sanitary Sewerage Facility Sanitary Sewers Sanitary Waste and Vent Piping Sanitary Waste Piping Specialties Sanitary Drains Fats.33 22 11 23.16 22 14 26. Oils. Drainage Pump Units All contents copyright © 2004.Water Pumps Close-Coupled. Submersible.Water Storage Non-Pressure Tanks 22 12 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.Water Pumps 22 12 00 22 12 13 22 12 16 22 12 19 22 12 23 Facility Potable-Water Storage Tanks Facility Roof-Mounted.

19 22 33 13 22 33 30 Electric Domestic Water Heaters Instantaneous Electric Domestic Water Heaters Residential. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial.23 22 20 00 22 30 00 22 31 00 22 32 00 Unassigned PLUMBING EQUIPMENT Domestic Water Softeners Residential Domestic Water Softeners Commercial Domestic Water Softeners 22 31 13 22 31 16 22 32 13 22 32 16 22 32 19 22 32 23 22 32 26 Domestic Water Filtration Equipment Domestic -Water Bag-Type Filters Domestic -Water Freestanding Cartridge Filters Domestic-Water Off-Floor Cartridge Filters Domestic -Water Carbon Filters Domestic -Water Sand Filters Domestic.16 22 15 19.Water Greensand Filte rs 22 33 00 22 32 26.13 22 15 19. Instantaneous Electric Domestic Water Heaters Thermostat. Coil-Type. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Large-Capacity.13 Commercial Gas Domestic Water Heaters 22 34 46 Oil-Fired Domestic Water Heaters 22 35 00 22 34 56 Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Dual-Fuel-Fired Domestic Water Heaters 22 .16 22 34 36. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial.16 22 34 13 22 34 30 Fuel-Fired Domestic Water Heaters Commercial Domestic Water Electric Booster Heaters Commercial Storage Electric Domestic Water Heaters Instantaneous. Collector-to-Tank. Atmospheric. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial.19 22 34 36.Control. Power-Vent. Tankless. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial.16 22 33 30. 22 – Plumbing 22 15 13 22 15 16 22 15 19 General Service Compressed-Air Piping General Service Compressed-Air Valves General Service Packaged Air Compressors and Receivers General Service Packaged Reciprocating Air Compressors General Service Packaged Liquid-Ring Air Compressors General Service Packaged Rotary-Screw Air Compressors General Service Packaged Sliding-Vane Air Compressors 22 15 19. Storage Electric Domestic Water Heaters Residential.23 22 33 30.Water Multimedia Sand Filters Domestic. Collector-to-Tank. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Residential. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Residential Gas Domestic Water Heaters Residential. .29 22 34 46. Electric Domestic Water Heaters Flow-Control. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial.19 22 15 19. Small-Capacity Electric Domestic Water Heaters Residential.19 22 34 36.16 22 33 30.13 22 33 30. Finned-Tube. Instantaneous Electric Domestic Water Heaters Residential. Finned-Tube. Direct.13 22 34 36. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.26 22 33 33 22 33 36 Light-Commercial Electric Domestic Water Heaters Commercial Domestic Water Electric Booster Heaters 22 34 00 22 33 36.Water Circulating Sand Filters Domestic.3 All contents copyright © 2004. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Commercial. Power-Burner.13 22 33 36. Gas Domestic Water Heaters Residential. Solar-Electric Domestic Water Heaters 22 33 13.13 22 34 30.16 22 34 30.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Solar-Electric Domestic Water Heaters Residential.Vent.16 22 32 26. Heat. Atmospheric.13 22 33 13. Power-Vent. Oil-Fired Domestic Water Heaters 22 34 36 22 34 30. All rights reserved. High-Efficiency.13 22 32 26. Grid-Type.26 22 34 36.23 22 34 36.Exchanger-Coil.

MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Supplies.16 22 35 29.16 22 35 13.16 Circulating. All rights reserved.Water-in-Coil. and Bidets Residential Lavatories and Sinks Residential Bathtubs Residential Shower Receptors and Basins Residential Disposers Residential Laundry Trays Residential Faucets.13 22 35 29. and Bidets Commercial Lavatories and Sinks Commercial Bathtubs Commercial Shower Receptors and Basins Commercial Disposers Shampoo Bowls Wash Fountains Commercial Laundry Trays Commercial Faucets. Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Domestic Water Brazed-Plate Heat Exchangers Domestic Water Frame-and-Plate Heat Exchangers Domestic Water Heat Reclaimers 22 40 00 PLUMBING FIXTURES Residential Plumbing Fixtures Residential Water Closets. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Compact Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Noncirculating. 22 – Plumbing 22 35 13 Instantaneous Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Heating-Fluid-in-Coil. Urinals. Supplies. and Trim Commercial Water Closets. Instantaneous Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Heating-Fluid-in-U-Tube-Coil. and Trim Flushometers Healthcare Water Closets Healthcare Sinks Healthcare Bathtubs and Showers Healthcare Shower Receptors and Basins Healthcare Faucets Healthcare Plumbing Fixture Flushometers Emergency Showers Eyewash Equipment Self-Contained Eyewash Equipment Personal Eyewash Equipment Eye/Face Wash Equipment Hand-Held Emergency Drench Hoses Combination Emergency Fixture Units Emergency Fixture Water-Tempering Equipment 22 41 00 22 41 13 22 41 16 22 41 19 22 41 23 22 41 26 22 41 36 22 41 39 22 42 13 22 42 16 22 42 19 22 42 23 22 42 26 22 42 29 22 42 33 22 42 36 22 42 39 22 42 43 22 43 13 22 43 16 22 43 19 22 43 23 22 43 39 22 43 43 22 45 13 22 45 16 22 45 19 22 45 23 22 45 26 22 45 29 22 45 33 22 45 36 22 42 00 Commercial Plumbing Fixtures 22 43 00 Healthcare Plumbing Fixtures 22 45 00 Emergency Plumbing Fixtures 22 46 00 Security Plumbing Fixtures 22 . Storage Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Noncirculating.13 22 35 23.13 22 35 13. Instantaneous Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Domestic. Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Noncirculating. Urinals. Compact Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Circulating. Storage Domestic Water Heat Exchangers 22 35 23 22 35 29 22 35 36 22 35 39 22 35 43 22 35 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.19 22 35 23. Instantaneous Domestic Water Heat Exchangers Circulating. .

70 22 62 19. and Trim Security Plumbing Fixture Flushometers Security Plumbing Fixture Supports 22 47 00 22 47 13 22 47 16 22 47 19 22 47 23 Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers Drinking Fountains Pressure Water Coolers Water-Station Water Coolers Remote Water Coolers 22 50 00 POOL AND FOUNTAIN PLUMBING SYSTEMS Swimming Pool Plumbing Systems Swimming Pool Piping Swimming Pool Pumps Swimming Pool Water Treatment Equipment Swimming Pool Equipment Controls Fountain Piping Fountain Pumps Fountain Water Treatment Equipment Fountain Equipment Controls 22 51 00 22 52 00 22 51 13 22 51 16 22 51 19 22 51 23 22 52 13 22 52 16 22 52 19 22 52 23 Fountain Plumbing Systems 22 60 00 GAS AND VACUUM SYSTEMS FOR LABORATORY AND HEALTHCARE FACILITIES Compressed-Air Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Compressed-Air Piping for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Compressed-Air Piping Healthcare Compressed-Air Piping Dental Compressed-Air Piping 22 61 13.53 22 61 13. Surgical Vacuum Piping Dental Vacuum Piping 22 62 19 22 62 13. .53 22 61 19. Supplies.53 22 63 19.70 Gas Storage Tanks for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Gas Storage Tanks Healthcare Gas Storage Tanks 22 66 00 22 66 53 Chemical-Waste Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Chemical-Waste and Vent Piping 22 . 22 – Plumbing 22 46 13 22 46 16 22 46 39 22 46 43 22 46 53 Security Water Closets and Urinals Security Lavatories and Sinks Security Faucets.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.74 22 61 00 22 61 13 22 61 19 Compressed-Air Equipment for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Compressed-Air Equipment Healthcare Compressed-Air Equipment Dental Compressed-Air Equipment 22 62 00 22 62 13 Vacuum Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Vacuum Piping for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Vacuum Piping Healthcare.53 22 62 13.70 22 61 13.70 22 62 13.70 22 61 19. All rights reserved.74 Vacuum Equipment for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Vacuum Equipment Healthcare Vacuum Equipment Dental Vacuum and Evacuation Equipment 22 63 00 22 62 23 22 63 13 22 63 19 Gas Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Gas Piping for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Laboratory Gas Piping Healthcare Gas Piping Waste Anesthesia-Gas Piping 22 63 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.5 All contents copyright © 2004.74 22 62 19.53 22 63 13.53 22 62 19.74 22 61 19.70 22 63 19.

Waste Dilution Tanks Chemical.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.19 22 70 00 22 80 00 22 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 22 .Waste Neutralization Tanks 22 67 19 22 67 13.13 22 66 83.16 22 67 13.13 22 67 19.Water Piping Chemical.19 Processed Water Equipment for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Distilled.16 22 67 13 Processed Water Systems for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Processed Water Piping for Laboratory and Healthcare Facilities Distilled.16 22 67 19.Water Equipment 22 67 19.6 All contents copyright © 2004.Water Piping Reverse-Osmosis Water Piping Deionized. 22 – Plumbing 22 66 70 22 66 83 Healthcare Chemical-Waste and Vent Piping Chemical-Waste Tanks 22 67 00 22 66 83. . All rights reserved.13 22 67 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.Water Equipment Reverse-Osmosis Water Equipment Deionized.

and Balancing for HVAC Schedules for Facility Fuel Service Systems Schedules for HVAC Piping and Pumps Schedules for HVAC Air Distribution HVAC Fan Schedule Air Terminal Unit Schedule Air Outlet and Inlet Schedule HVAC Air Cleaning Device Schedule Heating Boiler Schedule Hydronic Pump Schedule Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling HVAC Air Duct Cleaning 23 01 30. Ventilating.16 23 06 70.13 23 06 30. VENTILATING.71 23 05 00 23 06 00 23 05 13 23 05 16 23 05 19 23 05 23 23 05 29 23 05 33 23 05 48 23 05 53 23 05 63 23 05 66 23 05 93 23 06 10 23 06 20 23 06 30 Common Work Results for HVAC Schedules for HVAC 23 06 20.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.19 23 06 30. All rights reserved.13 23 06 70.13 23 06 60.16 23 06 80. 23 – Heating. AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) 23 01 00 23 01 10 23 01 20 23 01 30 23 01 50 23 01 60 23 01 70 23 01 80 23 01 90 Operation and Maintenance of HVAC Systems Operation and Maintenance of Facility Fuel Systems Operation and Maintenance of HVAC Piping and Pumps Operation and Maintenance of HVAC Air Distribution Operation and Maintenance of Central Heating Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Central Cooling Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Central HVAC Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Decentralized HVAC Equipment Diagnostic Systems for HVAC Common Motor Requirements for HVAC Equipment Expansion Fittings and Loops for HVAC Piping Meters and Gages for HVAC Piping General-Duty Valves for HVAC Piping Hangers and Supports for HVAC Piping and Equipment Heat Tracing for HVAC Piping Vibration and Seismic Controls for HVAC Piping and Equipment Identification for HVAC Piping and Equipment Anti-Microbial Coatings for HVAC Ducts and Equipment Anti-Microbial Ultraviolet Emitters for HVAC Ducts and Equipment Testing. AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) 23 00 00 HEATING.16 23 06 80.23 23 06 50. VENTILATING.19 23 06 50 23 06 60 23 06 70 23 06 80 Schedules for Central Heating Equipment Schedules for Central Cooling Equipment Schedules for Central HVAC Equipment Schedules for Decentralized HVAC Equipment Indoor. Central-Station Air-Handling Unit Schedule Packaged Outdoor HVAC Equipment Schedule Decentralized Unitary HVAC Equipment Schedule Convection Heating and Cooling Unit Schedule Radiant Heating Unit Schedule Refrigerant Condenser Schedule Packaged Water Chiller Schedule 23 07 00 23 07 13 HVAC Insulation Duct Insulation 23 .1 All contents copyright © 2004. & Air-Conditioning DIVISION 23 – HEATING.13 23 06 80. Adjusting.13 23 06 30. .51 23 01 60.13 23 06 60.16 23 06 30.

. Steel. Steel.13 23 13 13. 23 – Heating.33 23 21 00 23 21 13 23 21 23 Hydronic Pumps 23 21 29 23 21 23. Underground Fuel-Oil. Underground Fuel-Oil.Wall Steel. Storage Tanks Jacketed. Storage Tanks Horizontal.33 23 13 23. Steel.Dike.23 23 13 13. Storage Tanks Fuel-Oil Storage Tank Pumps Vertical.23 23 13 23.2 All contents copyright © 2004. Aboveground Fuel-Oil. Storage Tanks Double. Aboveground Fuel-Oil. Storage Tanks Insulated.13 23 21 13.16 23 13 13. Steel.23 23 09 13.43 Direct-Digital Control System for HVAC Electric and Electronic Control System for HVAC Pneumatic Control System for HVAC Pneumatic and Electric Control System for HVAC Sequence of Operations for HVAC Controls 23 10 00 FACILITY FUEL SYSTEMS Facility Fuel Piping Facility Fuel-Oil Piping Facility Gasoline Piping Facility Natural-Gas Piping Facility Liquefied-Petroleum Gas Piping Facility Fuel-Oil Pumps Facility Gasoline Dispensing Pumps Facility Underground Fuel-Oil.23 Automatic Condensate Pump Units 23 22 00 23 22 13 Steam and Condensate Piping and Pumps Steam and Condensate Heating Piping 23 . Ventilating.19 23 21 23.13 23 21 23.16 23 21 23.26 Facility Aboveground Fuel-Oil. All rights reserved. Underground Fuel-Oil. Storage Tanks Glass-Fiber-Reinforced-Plastic. Aboveground Fuel-Oil. Aboveground Fuel-Oil.13 23 13 23.13 23 09 13. Aboveground Fuel-Oil.16 23 13 23. Storage Tanks Composite. Steel.19 23 13 23.33 23 09 13.19 23 13 13. Double-Suction Centrifugal Hydronic Pumps Vertical-Turbine Hydronic Pumps 23 21 13. Steel. Storage Tanks 23 20 00 HVAC PIPING AND PUMPS Hydronic Piping and Pumps Hydronic Piping Underground Hydronic Piping Aboveground Hydronic Piping Ground-Loop Heat-Pump Piping In-Line Centrifugal Hydronic Pumps Base-Mounted. & Air-Conditioning 23 07 16 23 07 19 HVAC Equipment Insulation HVAC Piping Insulation 23 08 00 23 09 00 23 09 13 Commissioning of HVAC Instrumentation and Control for HVAC Actuators and Operators Sensors and Transmitters Control Valves Control Dampers Instrumentation and Control Devices for HVAC 23 09 23 23 09 33 23 09 43 23 09 53 23 09 93 23 09 13. Storage Tanks Concrete-Vaulted. Storage Tanks Containment. Steel. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.23 23 21 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Centrifugal Hydronic Pumps Vertical-Mounted. Underground Fuel-Oil. Storage Tanks 23 11 00 23 11 13 23 11 16 23 11 23 23 11 26 23 12 13 23 12 16 23 13 13 23 12 00 23 13 00 Facility Fuel Pumps Facility Fuel-Storage Tanks 23 13 23 23 13 13.

19 23 33 13.3 23 34 00 23 34 13 HVAC Fans All contents copyright © 2004.19 23 31 16. . & Air-Conditioning 23 22 23 23 22 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.26 23 31 00 23 31 13 23 31 16 Nonmetal Ducts 23 31 19 HVAC Casings 23 32 00 23 32 13 23 32 33 23 32 36 23 32 39 23 32 43 23 32 48 23 33 13 Air Plenums and Chases Fabricated.13 23 31 16.16 23 31 16. All rights reserved.16 23 33 13.23 23 22 23. 23 – Heating.23 Duct Silencers Turning Vanes Duct-Mounting Access Doors Flexible Connectors Flexible Ducts Duct Liners Axial HVAC Fans 23 .23 Steam Condensate Pumps Underground Steam and Condensate Heating Piping Aboveground Steam and Condensate Heating Piping Electric-Driven Steam Condensate Pumps Pressure-Powered Steam Condensate Pumps 23 23 00 23 23 13 23 23 16 23 23 19 23 23 23 23 24 13 23 24 16 23 25 13 23 25 16 23 25 19 23 25 23 Refrigerant Piping Refrigerant Piping Valves Refrigerant Piping Specialties Refrigerant Safety Relief Valve Discharge Piping Refrigerants Internal-Combustion Engine Remote-Radiator Coolant Piping Internal-Combustion Engine Exhaust Piping Water Treatment for Closed-Loop Hydronic Systems Water Treatment for Open Hydronic Systems Water Treatment for Steam System Feedwater Water Treatment for Humidification Steam System Feedwater 23 24 00 23 25 00 Internal-Combustion Engine Piping HVAC Water Treatment 23 30 00 HVAC AIR DISTRIBUTION HVAC Ducts and Casings Metal Ducts Rectangular Metal Ducts Round and Flat.19 23 31 16. Metal Air Plenums Air-Distribution Ceiling Plenums Air-Distribution Floor Plenums Air-Distribution Wall Plenums Air-Distribution Chases Formed by General Construction Acoustical Air Plenums Dampers Volume-Control Dampers Fire Dampers Smoke-Control Dampers Backdraft Dampers 23 33 00 Air Duct Accessories 23 33 19 23 33 23 23 33 33 23 33 43 23 33 46 23 33 53 23 33 13.13 23 33 13. Ventilating.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 23 31 13.13 23 22 23.13 23 31 13.Oval Spiral Ducts Metal Duct Fittings Fibrous-Glass Ducts Thermoset Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic Ducts PVC Ducts Concrete Ducts 23 31 13.13 23 22 13.

13 23 37 23. All rights reserved.13 23 51 13. Chimneys.13 23 35 16. . and Stacks Draft Control Devices Draft-Induction Fans Vent Dampers Barometric Dampers 23 51 13.16 23 36 13 23 36 16 23 37 13 23 37 16 23 37 23 Air Terminal Units Constant-Air-Volume Units Variable-Air-Volume Units Diffusers.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.19 23 51 00 23 51 13 23 51 16 23 51 19 23 51 23 23 51 33 Fabricated Breechings and Accessories Fabricated Stacks Gas Vents Insulated Sectional Chimneys 23 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 23 38 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.16 23 37 23. and G rilles Fabric Air Distribution Devices HVAC Gravity Ventilators HVAC Gravity Dome Ventilators HVAC Gravity Louvered-Penthouse Ventilators HVAC Gravity Upblast Ventilators Air Outlets and Inlets 23 38 00 23 37 23.16 23 40 00 HVAC AIR CLEANING DEVICES Particulate Air Filtration Panel Air Filters Renewable-Media Air Filters Washable Air Filters Extended Surface Filters High-Efficiency Particulate Filtration Ultra-Low Penetration Filtration Super Ultra-Low Penetration Filtration Activated-Carbon Air Filtration Chemically-Impregnated Adsorption Air Filtration Catalytic-Adsorption Air Filtration Washable Electronic Air Cleaners Agglomerator Electronic Air Cleaners Self-Contained Electronic Air Cleaners 23 41 00 23 41 13 23 41 16 23 41 19 23 41 23 23 41 33 23 41 43 23 41 46 23 42 13 23 42 16 23 42 19 23 43 13 23 43 16 23 43 23 23 42 00 Gas-Phase Air Filtration 23 43 00 Electronic Air Cleaners 23 50 00 CENTRAL HEATING EQUIPMENT Breechings. 23 – Heating. & Air-Conditioning 23 35 00 23 34 16 23 34 23 23 34 33 23 35 13 23 35 16 Special Exhaust Systems Centrifugal HVAC Fans HVAC Power Ventilators Air Curtains Sawdust Collection Systems Engine Exhaust Systems Positive-Pressure Engine Exhaust Systems Mechanical Engine Exhaust Systems 23 36 00 23 37 00 23 35 16.19 23 38 13 23 38 16 Ventilation Hoods Commercial-Kitchen Hoods Fume Hoods Listed Commercial-Kitchen Hoods Standard Commercial-Kitchen Hoods 23 38 13.16 23 51 13. Ventilating. Registers.

to-Liquid Heat Exchangers Shell-Type.13 23 57 19. Liquid.16 Fire-Tube Boilers Finned Water-Tube Boilers Steel Water-Tube Boilers Copper Water-Tube Boilers Scotch Marine Boilers Steel Fire-Tube Boilers 23 53 00 23 54 00 23 53 13 23 53 16 23 54 13 23 54 16 Heating Boiler Feedwater Equipment Boiler Feedwater Pumps Deaerators Furnaces Electric -Resistance Furnaces Fuel-Fired Furnaces Gas-Fired Furnaces Oil-Fired Furnaces 23 55 00 23 54 16.5 All contents copyright © 2004. 23 – Heating.19 Heat Exchangers for HVAC Packaged Solar Heating Equipment Steam-to-Steam Heat Exchangers Steam-to-Water Heat Exchangers Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers 23 57 19.13 23 52 16.13 23 55 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. & Air-Conditioning 23 51 43 Flue-Gas Filtration Equipment 23 52 00 23 51 43.13 23 52 39.16 23 52 13 23 52 16 23 52 19 23 52 23 23 52 33 Heating Boilers Gaseous Filtration Particulate Filtration Electric Boilers Condensing Boilers Pulse Combustion Boilers Cast-Iron Boilers Water-Tube Boilers Stainless-Steel Condensing Boilers Aluminum Condensing Boilers 23 52 16. All rights reserved. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 23 56 13.Plate Collectors Heating Solar Concentrating Collectors Heating Solar Vacuum-Tube Collectors 23 57 00 23 56 16 23 57 13 23 57 16 23 57 19 23 57 33 23 56 13.13 23 55 33.19 23 52 39.13 23 52 33.16 23 55 13 23 55 23 23 55 33 Fuel-Fired Heaters Fuel-Fired Duct Heaters Gas-Fired Radiant Heaters Fuel-Fired Unit Heaters Oil-Fired Unit Heaters Gas-Fired Unit Heaters Oil-Fired Duct Heaters Gas-Fired Duct Heaters 23 55 13.13 23 54 16. .16 Direct Geoexchange Heat Exchangers Plate-Type.16 23 52 33.16 23 56 13.16 23 56 00 23 56 13 Solar Energy Heating Equipment Heating Solar Collectors Heating Solar Flat. Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers 23 60 00 CENTRAL COOLING EQUIPMENT Refrigerant Compressors Centrifugal Refrigerant Compressors Reciprocating Refrigerant Compressors Non-Condensable Gas Purge Equipment 23 61 13.16 23 52 39 23 52 33.16 23 55 33. Ventilating.13 23 51 43.13 23 61 00 23 61 13 23 61 16 23 .

Water Thermal Storage Tanks 23 71 13. Direct Gas-Fired Heating and Ventilating Units Indoor Indirect Oil-Fired Heating and Ventilating Units Indoor Indirect Gas-Fired Heating and Ventilating Units 23 73 00 Indoor Central-Station Air-Handling Units 23 73 33.23 23 71 19. All rights reserved.16 23 70 00 CENTRAL HVAC EQUIPMENT Thermal Storage Thermal Heat Storage Room Storage Heaters for Thermal Storage Heat-Pump Boosters for Thermal Storage Central Furnace Heat.Storage Units Pressurized. . & Air-Conditioning 23 61 19 23 61 23 Scroll Refrigerant Compressors Rotary-Screw Refrigerant Compressors 23 62 00 23 63 00 23 62 13 23 62 23 23 63 13 23 63 23 23 63 33 23 64 13 23 64 16 23 64 19 23 64 23 23 64 26 Packaged Compressor and Condenser Units Refrigerant Condensers Packaged Air-Cooled Refrigerant Compressor and Condenser Units Packaged Water-Cooled Refrigerant Compressor and Condenser Units Air-Cooled Refrigerant Condensers Water-Cooled Refrigerant Condensers Evaporative Refrigerant Condensers Absorption Water Chillers Centrifugal Water Chillers Reciprocating Water Chillers Scroll Water Chillers Rotary-Screw Water Chillers Direct-Fired Absorption Water Chillers Indirect.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Forced-Draft Cooling Towers Closed-Circuit.13 23 73 33.23 23 71 00 23 71 13 23 71 16 23 71 19 Chilled-Water Thermal Storage Ice Storage 23 72 00 23 71 19.16 23 71 13.6 All contents copyright © 2004. Ventilating.16 23 65 00 23 65 13 23 65 16 23 65 23 23 65 33 Cooling Towers Forced-Draft Cooling Towers Natural-Draft Cooling Towers Field-Erected Cooling Towers Liquid Coolers Open-Circuit.19 23 71 19.16 23 74 00 Packaged Outdoor HVAC Equipment 23 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 23 – Heating.16 23 71 19.13 23 71 13.13 23 71 19.Fired Absorption Water Chillers 23 64 00 Packaged Water Chillers 23 64 13. Forced-Draft Cooling Towers 23 65 13.19 23 71 13.26 23 72 13 23 72 16 23 72 19 23 72 23 23 73 13 23 73 23 23 73 33 23 73 39 Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Equipment Internal Ice-on-Coil Thermal Storage External Ice-on-Coil Thermal Storage Encapsulated-Ice Thermal Storage Ice-Harvesting Thermal Storage Ice-Slurry Thermal Storage Heat-Wheel Air-to-Air Energy-Recovery Equipment Heat-Pipe Air-to-Air Energy-Recovery Equipment Fixed-Plate Air-to-Air Energy-Recovery Equipment Packaged Air-to-Air Energy-Recovery Units Modular Indoor Central-Station Air-Handling Units Custom Indoor Central-Station Air-Handling Units Indoor Indirect Fuel-Fired Heating and Ventilating Units Indoor.13 23 65 13.13 23 64 13.

13 23 74 23. Ventilating. Heating and Cooling Makeup Air-Conditioners Direct Evaporative Air Coolers Indirect Evaporative Air Coolers Combined Direct and Indirect Evaporative Air Coolers Packaged.16 23 75 00 23 75 13 23 75 23 23 75 33 23 76 13 23 76 16 23 76 19 Custom-Packaged Outdoor HVAC Equipment 23 76 00 Evaporative Air-Cooling Equipment 23 80 00 DECENTRALIZED HVAC EQUIPMENT Decentralized Unitary HVAC Equipment Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioners Room Air-Conditioners Self-Contained Air-Conditioners Computer-Room Air-Conditioners Split-System Air-Conditioners Air-Source Unitary Heat Pumps Water-Source Unitary Heat Pumps 23 81 00 23 81 13 23 81 16 23 81 19 23 81 23 23 81 26 23 81 43 23 81 46 23 82 13 23 82 16 23 82 19 23 82 23 23 82 26 23 82 29 23 82 33 23 82 36 23 82 39 23 81 19.7 All contents copyright © 2004. Central-Station Air-Handling Units Custom -Packaged.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.Heating Electric Mats 23 83 13.16 Small-Capacity Self-Contained Air-Conditioners Large-Capacity Self. 23 – Heating.19 23 83 13 23 83 16 23 83 23 23 83 33 Radiant Heating Units Radiant-Heating Electric Cables Radiant-Heating Hydronic Piping Radiant-Heating Electric Panels Electric Radiant Heaters Humidifiers Dehumidifiers Indoor Pool and Ice-Rink Dehumidification Units Radiant.16 23 82 39. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Direct-Fired. Heating and Cooling Makeup Air-Conditioners Custom -Packaged.13 23 81 19. Outdoor. Outdoor. Central-Station Air-Handling Units Packaged.16 23 84 00 23 84 13 23 84 16 23 84 19 Humidity Control Equipment 23 90 00 Unassigned 23 .13 23 82 39. Outdoor. & Air-Conditioning 23 74 13 23 74 23 23 74 33 Packaged.Contained Air-Conditioners 23 82 00 Convection Heating and Cooling Units Valance Heating and Cooling Units Air Coils Fan Coil Units Unit Ventilators Induction Units Radiators Convectors Finned-Tube Radiation Heaters Unit Heaters Cabinet Unit Heaters Propeller Unit Heaters Wall and Ceiling Unit Heaters 23 83 00 23 82 39. Outdoor. Indirect-Fired. Heating-Only Makeup-Air Units 23 74 23. Heating-Only Makeup-Air Units Packaged. . Outdoor. Outdoor. All rights reserved. Heating-Only Makeup-Air Units Packaged. Outdoor. Heating and Ventilating Makeup-Air Units Custom -Packaged. Outdoor.

39 Vibration and Seismic Controls for Integrated Automation Identification for Integrated Automation Schedules for Integrated Automation Network Schedules for Integrated Automation Network Gateways Schedules for Integrated Automation Control and Monitoring Network Schedules for Integrated Automation Local Control Units Schedules for Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices Hangers and Supports for Integrated Automation Conduits and Backboxes for Integrated Automation Cable Trays for Integrated Automation Surface Raceways for Integrated Automation 25 06 00 25 06 11 25 06 12 25 06 13 25 06 14 25 06 30 Schedules for Integrated Automation 25 08 00 Commissioning of Integrated Automation Integrated Automation Network Devices 25 10 00 INTEGRATED AUTOMATION N ETWORK EQUIPMENT Integrated Automation Network Servers Integrated Automation Network Routers. Switches. Bridges.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 25 – Integrated Automation DIVISION 25 – INTEGRATED AUTOMATION 25 00 00 INTEGRATED AUTOMATION 25 01 00 25 01 10 25 01 20 25 01 30 25 01 90 25 05 13 25 05 26 25 05 28 Operation and Maintenance of Integrated Automation Operation and Maintenance of Integrated Automation Network Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Integrated Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices Diagnostic Systems for Integrated Automation Conductors and Cables for Integrated Automation Grounding and Bonding for Integrated Automation Pathways for Integrated Automation 25 05 00 Common Work Results for Integrated Automation 25 05 48 25 05 53 25 05 28. Hubs. . All rights reserved.1 25 11 00 25 12 00 25 11 13 25 11 16 25 11 19 25 12 13 25 12 16 25 12 19 25 12 23 25 13 13 25 13 16 25 13 19 25 14 13 25 14 16 25 14 19 25 14 23 25 15 13 25 15 16 Integrated Automation Network Gateways 25 13 00 Integrated Automation Control and Monitoring Network 25 14 00 Integrated Automation Local Control Units 25 15 00 Integrated Automation Software All contents copyright © 2004.36 25 05 28.29 25 05 28. and Modems Integrated Automation Network Operator Workstations Hardwired Integration Network Gateways Direct-Protocol Integration Network Gateways Neutral-Protocol Integration Network Gateways Client-Server Information/Database Integration Network Gateways Integrated Automation Control and Monitoring Network Supervisory Control Integrated Automation Control and Monitoring Network Integration Panels Integrated Automation Control and Monitoring Network Interoperability Integrated Automation Remote Control Panels Integrated Automation Application-Specific Control Panels Integrated Automation Terminal Control Units Integrated Automation Field Equipment Panels Integrated Automation Software for Network Gateways Integrated Automation Software for Control and Monitoring Networks 25 .33 25 05 28.

The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. . 25 – Integrated Automation 25 15 19 Integrated Automation Software for Local Control Units 25 20 00 25 30 00 25 31 00 25 32 00 25 33 00 25 34 00 25 35 00 Unassigned INTEGRATED AUTOMATION INSTRUMENTATION AND TERMINAL D EVICES Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Facility Equipment Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Conveying Equipment Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Fire-Suppression Systems Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Plumbing Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for HVAC Integrated Automation Actuators and Operators Integrated Automation Sensors and Transmitters Integrated Automation Control Valves Integrated Automation Control Dampers Integrated Automation Compressed Air Supply Integrated Automation Power Meters Integrated Automation KW Transducers Integrated Automation Current Sensors Integrated Automation Battery Monitors Integrated Automation Lighting Relays Integrated Automation UPS Monitors 25 35 13 25 35 16 25 35 19 25 35 23 25 35 26 25 36 13 25 36 16 25 36 19 25 36 23 25 36 26 25 36 29 25 36 00 Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Electrical Systems 25 37 00 25 38 00 Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Communications Systems Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Electronic Safety and Security Systems 25 40 00 25 50 00 25 51 00 25 52 00 25 53 00 25 54 00 25 55 00 25 56 00 25 57 00 25 58 00 Unassigned INTEGRATED AUTOMATION FACILITY CONTROLS Integrated Automation Control of Facility Equipment Integrated Automation Control of Conveying Equipment Integrated Automation Control of Fire-Suppression Systems Integrated Automation Control of Plumbing Integrated Automation Control of HVAC Integrated Automation Control of Electrical Systems Integrated Automation Control of Communications Systems Integrated Automation Control of Electronic Safety and Security Systems 25 60 00 25 70 00 25 80 00 25 90 00 25 91 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned INTEGRATED AUTOMATION CONTROL S EQUENCES Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Facility Equipment 25 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.2 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.

.3 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 25 – Integrated Automation 25 92 00 25 93 00 25 94 00 25 95 00 25 96 00 25 97 00 25 98 00 Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Conveying Equipment Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Fire-Suppression Systems Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Plumbing Integrated Automation Control Sequences for HVAC Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Electrical Systems Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Communications Systems Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Electronic Safety and Security Systems 25 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

81 26 05 13 26 05 19 26 05 23 26 05 26 26 05 29 26 05 33 26 05 36 26 05 39 26 05 43 26 05 46 26 05 48 26 05 53 26 05 73 26 06 10 26 06 20 Common Work Results for Electrical Medium -Voltage Cables Medium-Voltage Open Conductors Medium-Voltage.13 26 05 13. .16 26 05 19. 26 – Electrical DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL 26 00 00 ELECTRICAL 26 01 00 26 01 10 26 01 20 26 01 26 26 01 30 26 01 40 26 01 50 Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Systems Operation and Maintenance of Medium -Voltage Electrical Distribution Operation and Maintenance of Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution Maintenance Testing of Electrical Systems Operation and Maintenance of Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Electrical and Cathodic Protection Systems Operation and Maintenance of Lighting Luminaire Relamping Luminaire Replacement 26 05 00 26 01 50.23 26 06 20.16 26 06 20.19 26 06 20.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.and Multi-Conductor Cables Undercarpet Electrical Power Cables 26 05 13.13 26 06 50.26 Schedules for Facility Electrical Power Generating and Storing Equipment Schedules for Electrical and Cathodic Protection Systems Schedules for Lighting Lighting Panelboard Schedule Lighting Fixture Schedule 26 08 00 26 09 00 26 06 50.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 26 06 20.16 26 09 13 26 09 23 26 09 26 26 09 33 Commissioning of Electrical Systems Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Systems Electrical Power Monitoring and Control Lighting Control Devices Lighting Control Panelboards Central Dimming Controls 26 .13 Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables Control-Voltage Electrical Power Cables Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems Cable Trays for Electrical Systems Underfloor Raceways for Electrical Systems Underground Ducts and Raceways for Electrical Systems Utility Poles for Electrical Systems Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electrical Systems Identification for Electrical Systems Overcurrent Protective Device Coordination Study Schedules for Medium -Voltage Electrical Distribution Schedules for Low-Voltage Electrical Distribution Electrical Switchboard Schedule Electrical Panelboard Schedule Electrical Motor-Control Center Schedule Electrical Circuit Schedule Wiring Device Schedule 26 06 00 Schedules for Electrical 26 06 30 26 06 40 26 06 50 26 06 20. All rights reserved.51 26 01 50. Single.

2 All contents copyright © 2004.16 Modular Dimming Controls Network Lighting Controls Multichannel Remote-Controlled Dimmers Remote-Controlled Dimming Stations Manual Modular Dimming Controls Integrated Multipreset Modular Dimming Controls Digital-Network Lighting Controls Addressable Fixture Lighting Control 26 09 36.13 26 09 36. Medium -Voltage Transformers Medium -Voltage Circuit Breaker Switchgear Medium -Voltage Fusible Interrupter Switchgear Medium -Voltage Vacuum Interrupter Switchgear Medium -Voltage Cutouts Medium -Voltage Fuses Medium -Voltage Lightning Arresters Medium -Voltage Surge Arresters Medium -Voltage Reclosers Medium -Voltage Enclosed Bus Medium -Voltage Enclosed Fuse Cutouts Medium -Voltage Enclosed Fuses Medium -Voltage Motor Controllers 26 11 00 26 12 00 26 11 13 26 11 16 26 12 13 26 12 16 26 12 19 26 13 13 26 13 16 26 13 19 26 18 13 26 18 16 26 18 19 26 18 23 26 18 26 26 18 29 26 18 33 26 18 36 26 18 39 Medium-Voltage Transformers 26 13 00 Medium-Voltage Switchgear 26 18 00 Medium-Voltage Circuit Protection Devices 26 20 00 LOW -VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION Low-Voltage Overhead Electrical Power Systems Low-Voltage Transformers Low-Voltage Distribution Transformers Low-Voltage Buck-Boost Transformers Control and Signal Transformers Paralleling Low-Voltage Switchgear Switchboards Panelboards Motor-Control Centers 26 21 00 26 22 00 26 22 13 26 22 16 26 22 19 26 23 13 26 24 13 26 24 16 26 24 19 26 23 00 26 24 00 Low-Voltage Switchgear Switchboards and Panelboards 26 25 00 26 26 00 26 27 00 26 27 13 26 27 16 26 27 19 Enclosed Bus Assemblies Power Distribution Units Low-Voltage Distribution Equipment Electricity Metering Electrical Cabinets and Enclosures Multi-Outlet Assemblies 26 . All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 26 09 33.16 26 09 43. .16 Theatrical Lighting Controls 26 10 00 M EDIUM -VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION Substations Primary Unit Substations Secondary Unit Substations Liquid-Filled. 26 – Electrical 26 09 36 26 09 43 26 09 61 26 09 33.13 26 09 43. Medium -Voltage Transformers Dry-Type. Liquid-Filled. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Medium -Voltage Transformers Pad-Mounted.

26 – Electrical 26 28 00 26 29 00 26 27 23 26 27 26 26 27 73 26 28 13 26 28 16 26 29 13 26 29 23 Low-Voltage Circuit Protective Devices Fuses Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers Enclosed Controllers Across.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.3 All contents copyright © 2004.16 Steam-Turbine Generators Hydro-Turbine Generators Wind Energy Equipment Frequency Changers Rotary Converters Rotary Uninterruptible Power Units 26 33 00 26 33 13 26 33 16 26 33 19 26 33 23 26 33 33 26 33 43 26 33 46 26 33 53 26 35 13 26 35 16 26 35 23 26 35 26 26 35 33 26 35 36 26 35 43 26 35 46 26 35 53 26 36 13 26 36 23 Battery Equipment Batteries Battery Racks Battery Units Central Battery Equipment Static Power Converters Battery Chargers Battery Monitoring Static Uninterruptible Power Supply Capacitors Chokes and Inductors Electromagnetic -Interference Filters Harmonic Filters Power Factor Correction Equipment Slip Controllers Static-Frequency Converters Radio-Frequency-Interference Filters Voltage Regulators Manual Transfer Switches Automatic Transfer Switches 26 35 00 Power Filters and Conditioners 26 36 00 Transfer Switches 26 40 00 ELECTRICAL AND CATHODIC PROTECTION Facility Lightning Protection Lightning Protection for Structures 26 41 00 26 41 13 26 .16 Variable-Frequency Motor Controllers 26 30 00 FACILITY ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATING AND STORING EQUIPMENT Photovoltaic Collectors Packaged Generator Assemblies Engine Generators Diesel-Engine-Driven Generator Sets Gas-Engine-Driven Generator Sets 26 31 00 26 32 00 26 32 13 26 32 16 26 32 19 26 32 23 26 32 26 26 32 29 26 32 33 26 32 13.13 26 32 13. All rights reserved.the-Line Motor Controllers Reduced-Voltage Motor Controllers Indoor Service Poles Wiring Devices Door Chimes Low-Voltage Controllers 26 29 13.13 26 29 13. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

26 – Electrical 26 41 16 26 41 19 26 41 23 26 41 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .13 Lightning Prevention and Dissipation Early Streamer Emission Lightning Protection Lightning Protection Surge Arresters and Suppressors Passive Cathodic Protection for Underground and Submerged Piping Passive Cathodic Protection for Underground Storage Tank Transient-Voltage Suppression for Low-Voltage Electrical Power Circuits Lightning Protection for Buildings 26 42 00 26 43 00 26 42 13 26 42 16 26 43 13 Cathodic Protection Transient Voltage Suppression 26 50 00 LIGHTING Interior Lighting Interior Lighting Fixtures. Lamps. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.4 All contents copyright © 2004. And Ballasts 26 51 00 26 52 00 26 53 00 26 54 00 26 55 00 26 51 13 26 55 23 26 55 29 26 55 33 26 55 36 26 55 53 26 55 59 26 55 61 26 55 63 26 55 70 26 56 13 26 56 16 26 56 19 26 56 23 26 56 26 26 56 29 26 56 33 26 56 36 26 56 68 Emergency Lighting Exit Signs Classified Location Lighting Special Purpose Lighting Outline Lighting Underwater Lighting Hazard Warning Lighting Obstruction Lighting Security Lighting Display Lighting Theatrical Lighting Detention Lighting Healthcare Lighting 26 56 00 Exterior Lighting Lighting Poles and Standards Parking Lighting Roadway Lighting Area Lighting Landscape Lighting Site Lighting Walkway Lighting Flood Lighting Exterior Athletic Lighting 26 60 00 26 70 00 26 80 00 26 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 26 .

Frames and Enclosures Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels Communications Cable Management and Ladder Rack Communications Rack Mounted Power Protection and Power Strips Communications Copper Backbone Cabling Communications Optical Fiber Backbone Cabling Communications Coaxial Backbone Cabling Communications Services Cabling Communications Copper Cable Splicing and Terminations Communications Optical Fiber Splicing and Terminations Communications Coaxial Splicing and Terminations 27 11 00 27 11 13 27 11 16 27 11 19 27 11 23 27 11 26 27 13 13 27 13 23 27 13 33 27 13 43 27 13 00 Communications Backbone Cabling 27 13 13.23 27 05 13.43 27 05 13.53 Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems Pathways for Communications Systems Hangers and Supports for Communications Systems Conduits and Backboxes for Communications Systems Cable Trays for Communications Systems Surface Raceways for Communications Systems 27 05 43 27 05 46 27 05 48 27 05 53 27 05 28.1 All contents copyright © 2004. 27 – Communications DIVISION 27 – COMMUNICATIONS 27 00 00 COMMUNICATIONS 27 01 00 27 01 10 27 01 20 27 01 30 27 01 40 27 01 50 27 05 13 Operation and Maintenance of Communications Systems Operation and Maintenance of Structured Cabling and Enclosures Operation and Maintenance of Data Communications Operation and Maintenance of Voice Communications Operation and Maintenance of Audio-Video Communications Operation and Maintenance of Distributed Communications and Monitoring Communications Services Dialtone Services T1 Services DSL Services Cable Services Satellite Services 27 05 00 Common Work Results for Communications 27 05 26 27 05 28 27 05 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 27 05 28. All rights reserved.13 27 . . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 27 13 33.33 27 05 13.13 27 13 23.29 27 05 28. Racks.36 27 05 28.13 27 05 13.39 Underground Ducts and Raceways for Communications Systems Utility Poles for Communications Systems Vibration and Seismic Controls for Communications Systems Identification for Communications Systems Schedules for Structured Cabling and Enclosures Schedules for Data Communications Schedules for Voice Communications Schedules for Audio-Video Communications Schedules for Distributed Communications and Monitoring 27 06 00 27 06 10 27 06 20 27 06 30 27 06 40 27 06 50 Schedules for Communications 27 08 00 Commissioning of Communications Communications Equipment Room Fittings 27 10 00 STRUCTURED CABLING Communications Entrance Protection Communications Cabinets.

and Transceivers Communications Patch Cords.49 27 15 00. Devices and Adapters Communications Custom Cable Assemblies Communications Media Converters.23 27 13 43. All rights reserved. and Modems Data Communications Network Management Data Communications Switches and Hubs Data Communications Wireless Access Points Data Communications Mainframes Data Communications Storage and Backup Data Communications Servers Data Communications Desktops Data Communications Laptops Data Communications Handhelds Printers Scanners External Drives Audio-Video Devices Virtual Reality Equipment Disaster Recovery Equipment 27 21 00 27 21 13 27 21 16 27 21 26 27 21 29 27 21 33 27 22 13 27 22 16 27 22 19 27 22 23 27 22 26 27 22 29 27 24 13 27 24 16 27 24 19 27 24 23 27 24 26 27 24 29 27 25 13 27 25 16 27 25 19 27 25 23 27 25 26 27 25 29 27 25 33 27 22 00 Data Communications Hardware 27 24 00 Data Communications Peripheral Data Equipment 27 25 00 Data Communications Software Virus Protection Software Application Suites Email Software Graphics/Multimedia Software Customer Relationship Management Software Operating System Software Database Software 27 .33 27 13 43. Station Cords. . and Cross Connect Wire 27 20 00 DATA COMMUNICATIONS Data Communications Network Equipment Data Communications Firewalls Data Communications Routers.39 27 15 00.19 27 15 00.2 All contents copyright © 2004.43 27 13 43.43 27 15 00.13 27 13 43. Multiplexers. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.53 Communic ations Copper Horizontal Cabling Communications Optical Fiber Horizontal Cabling Communications Coaxial Horizontal Cabling Communications Faceplates and Connectors 27 16 00 27 16 13 27 16 16 27 16 19 Communications Connecting Cords.46 27 15 00.53 Communications Horizontal Cabling Voice Communications Horizontal Cabling Data Communications Horizontal Cabling Audio-Video Communications Horizontal Cabling Patient Monitoring and Telemetry Communications Horizontal Cabling Nurse Call and Intercom Communications Horizontal Cabling Paging Communications Horizontal Cabling Intermediate Frequency/Radio Frequency Communications Horizontal Cabling Antennas Communications Horizontal Cabling Dialtone Services Cabling T1 Services Cabling DSL Services Cabling Cable Services Cabling Satellite Services Cabling 27 15 13 27 15 23 27 15 33 27 15 43 27 15 00.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 27 – Communications 27 15 00 27 13 43.23 27 15 00. Codec’s. Adapters. CSU/DSU.16 27 15 00.

61 27 41 16.25 27 41 16. 27 – Communications 27 25 37 27 25 39 Virtual Private Network Software Internet Conferencing Software 27 26 00 27 26 13 27 26 16 27 26 19 27 26 23 27 26 26 Data Communications Programming and Integration Services Web Development Database Development Application Development Network Integration Requirements Data Communications Integration Requirements 27 30 00 VOICE COMMUNICATIONS Voice Communications Switching and Routing Equipment PBX/ Key Systems Internet Protocol Voice Switches 27 31 00 27 32 00 27 31 13 27 31 23 27 32 13 27 32 16 27 32 23 27 32 26 27 32 29 27 32 36 27 33 16 27 33 23 27 33 26 27 34 13 27 34 16 27 35 13 27 35 16 27 35 19 27 35 23 Voice Communications Telephone Sets. Facsimiles and Modems Telephone Sets Wireless Transceivers Elevator Telephones Ring-Down Emergency Telephones Facsimiles and Modems TTY Equipment Voice Mail and Auto Attendant Interactive Voice Response Facsimile Servers 27 33 00 Voice Communications Messaging 27 34 00 27 35 00 Call Accounting Toll Fraud Equipment and Software Telemanagement Software Digital Voice Announcers Automatic Call Distributors Call Status and Management Displays Dedicated 911 Systems Call Management 27 40 00 AUDIO-VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS Audio-Video Systems Architecturally Integrated Audio-Video Equipment Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Restaurants and Bars Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Conference Rooms Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Board Rooms Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Classrooms Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Theaters Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Auditoriums Integrated Audio-Video Systems and Equipment for Stadiums and Arenas 27 41 00 27 41 13 27 41 16 27 41 19 27 41 23 27 41 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.29 27 41 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.62 27 41 16.51 27 41 16. All rights reserved.28 27 41 16.63 Portable Audio-Video Equipment Audio-Video Accessories 27 42 00 27 42 13 27 42 16 27 42 19 Electronic Digital Systems Point of Sale Systems Transportation Information Display Systems Public Information Systems 27 .3 All contents copyright © 2004. .

13 27 51 00 27 51 13 27 51 16 27 51 19 27 51 23 27 52 00 27 51 23.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 27 – Communications 27 50 00 DISTRIBUTED COMMUNICATIONS AND M ONITORING SYSTEMS Distributed Audio-Video Communications Systems Paging Systems Public Address and Mass Notification Systems Sound Masking Systems Intercommunications and Program Systems Commercial Intercommunications and Program Systems Residential Intercommunications and Program Systems Educational Intercommunications and Program Systems Detention Intercommunications and Program Systems Healthcare Intercommunications and Program Systems Overhead Paging Systems 27 51 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.50 27 51 23. Paging.63 27 51 23.30 27 51 23. and Antenna Systems 27 60 00 27 70 00 27 80 00 27 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 27 .20 27 51 23.70 27 52 13 27 52 16 27 52 19 27 52 23 27 53 13 27 53 16 27 53 19 Healthcare Communications and Monitoring Systems Patient Monitoring and Telemetry Systems Telemedicine Systems Healthcare Imaging Systems Nurse Call/Code Blue Systems 27 53 00 Distributed Systems Clock Systems Infrared and Radio Frequency Tracking Systems Internal Cellular. All rights reserved.

23 Grounding and Bonding for Electronic Safety and Security Pathways for Electronic Safety and Security 28 05 48 28 05 53 28 05 28.36 Access Control Identification Management Systems Security Access Detection 28 .1 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. All rights reserved.51 28 01 30.26 28 13 33.16 28 05 13.36 28 05 28.33 28 05 28.71 Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Monitoring and Control Maintenance and Administration of Electronic Detection and Alarm Revisions and Upgrades of Electronic Detection and Alarm Maintenance and Administration of Electronic Monitoring and Control Revisions and Upgrades of Electronic Monitoring and Control 28 05 00 28 05 13 Common Work Results for Electronic Safety and Security Conductors and Cables for Electronic Safety and Security CCTV Communications Conductors and Cables Access Control Communications Conductors and Cables Intrusion Detection Communications Conductors and Cables Fire Alarm Communications Conductors and Cables 28 05 26 28 05 28 28 05 13.71 Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Safety and Security Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Surveillance Operation and Maintenance of Electronic Detection and Alarm Maintenance and Administration of Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection Revisions and Upgrades of Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection 28 01 30.29 28 05 28.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.51 28 01 40. 28 – Electronic Safety & Security DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY 28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY 28 01 00 28 01 10 28 01 20 28 01 30 28 01 40 28 01 10.16 28 13 33.71 28 01 40.33 28 13 33.19 28 05 13.39 Vibration and Seismic Controls for Electronic Safety and Security Identification for Electronic Safety and Security Schedules for Electronic Access Control and Intrusion Detection Schedules for Electronic Surveillance Schedules for Electronic Detection and Alarm Schedules for Electronic Monitoring and Control Hangers and Supports for Electronic Safety and Security Conduits and Backboxes for Electronic Safety and Security Cable Trays for Electronic Safety and Security Surface Raceways for Electronic Safety and Security 28 06 00 28 08 00 28 06 10 28 06 20 28 06 30 28 06 40 Schedules for Electronic Safety and Security Commissioning of Electronic Safety and Security Access Control 28 10 00 ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL AND INTRUSION D ETECTION Access Control Global Applications Access Control Systems and Database Management Access Control Systems Infrastructure Access Control Remote Devices Access Control Interfaces Access Control Interfaces to Access Control Hardware Access Control Interfaces to Intrusion Detection Access Control Interfaces to Video Surveillance Access Control Interfaces to Fire Alarm 28 13 00 28 13 13 28 13 16 28 13 19 28 13 26 28 13 33 28 13 43 28 13 53 28 13 33.51 28 01 10. .13 28 05 13.

43 28 31 63.23 28 31 53.16 28 31 33.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 28 31 53.16 28 16 33. .23 28 31 33.13 28 16 33. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.2 All contents copyright © 2004.33 28 16 33.13 Fire Alarm Integrated Audio Visual Evacuation Systems Fire Alarm Horns and Strobes Fire Alarm Pull Stations Fire Alarm Level Detectors Switches Fire Alarm Flow Switches Fire Alarm Pressure Sensors 28 32 00 Radiation Detection and Alarm 28 .43 Fire Detection Sensors Smoke Detection Sensors Carbon-Monoxide Detection Sensors Fire Alarm Initiating Devices 28 31 63 28 31 53.23 28 16 13 28 16 16 28 16 19 28 16 33 Intrusion Detection Security Access Metal Detectors Security Access X-Ray Equipment Security Access Sniffing Equipment Security Access Explosive Detection Equipment Intrusion Detection Control.23 28 16 33. GUI.13 28 31 33. 28 – Electronic Safety & Security 28 16 00 28 13 53. GUI.13 28 13 53.13 28 31 53.26 28 31 33.16 28 13 53. and Logic Systems Fire Detection and Alarm Annunciation Panels and Fire Stations Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Remote Monitoring Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Access Control Hardware Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Access Control System Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Intrusion Detection Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Video Surveillance Fire Detection and Alarm Interfaces to Elevator Control 28 31 00 28 31 13 28 31 23 28 31 33 28 31 43 28 31 46 28 31 49 28 31 53 28 31 33.36 Perimeter Security Systems Intrusion Detection Vehicle Control Systems 28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE Video Surveillance Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems Video Surveillance Monitoring and Supervisory Interfaces Digital Video Recorders and Analog Recording Devices Video Surveillance Systems Infrastructure Video Surveillance Remote Positioning Equipment Video Surveillance Remote Devices and Sensors Electronic Personal Safety Detection Systems Electronic Personal Safety Alarm Annunciation and Control Systems Electronic Personal Safety Interfaces to Remote Monitoring Electronic Personal Safety Emergency Aid Devices 28 23 00 28 23 13 28 23 16 28 23 19 28 23 23 28 23 26 28 23 29 28 26 13 28 26 16 28 26 19 28 26 23 28 26 00 Electronic Personal Protection Systems 28 30 00 ELECTRONIC D ETECTION AND ALARM Fire Detection and Alarm Fire Detection and Alarm Control. All rights reserved.33 28 31 33.29 28 13 53. and Logic Systems Intrusion Detection Systems Infrastructure Intrusion Detection Remote Devices and Sensors Intrusion Detection Interfaces Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Remote Monitoring Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Access Control Hardware Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Access Control System Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Video Surveillance Intrusion Detection Interfaces to Fire Alarm 28 16 43 28 16 46 28 16 33.

MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved. and Logic Systems Refrigerant Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems Refrigerant Detection Sensors 28 34 00 Fuel-Oil Detection and Alarm 28 35 00 Refrigerant Detection and Alarm 28 40 00 ELECTRONIC M ONITORING AND CONTROL Electronic Detention Monitoring and Control Systems Hard-Wired Detention Monitoring and Control Systems Relay-Logic Detention Monitoring and Control Systems PLC Electronic Detention Monitoring and Control Systems Computer-Based Detention Monitoring and Control Systems Discreet-Logic Detention Monitoring and Control Systems Discreet-Distributed Intelligence Detention Monitoring and Control Systems 28 46 00 28 46 13 28 46 16 28 46 19 28 46 23 28 46 26 28 46 29 28 50 00 28 60 00 28 70 00 28 80 00 28 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 28 .3 All contents copyright © 2004. GUI. . and Logic Systems Fuel-Oil Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems Fuel-Oil Detection Sensors Refrigerant Detection and Alarm Control. GUI. GUI. GUI. and Logic Systems Radiation Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems Radiation and Alarm Detection Sensors Radiation and Alarm Dosimeters 28 33 00 28 33 13 28 33 23 28 33 33 28 34 13 28 34 23 28 34 33 28 35 13 28 35 23 28 35 33 Fuel -Gas Detection and Alarm Fuel-Gas Detection and Alarm Control. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. and Logic Systems Fuel-Gas Detection and Alarm Integrated Audio Evacuation Systems Fuel-Gas Detection Sensors Fuel-Oil Detection and Alarm Control. 28 – Electronic Safety & Security 28 32 13 28 32 23 28 32 33 28 32 43 Radiation Detection and Alarm Control.

61 31 05 00 31 05 13 31 05 16 31 05 19 Common Work Results for Earthwork Soils for Earthwork Aggregates for Earthwork Geosynthetics for Earthwork 31 05 23 31 05 19.16 31 06 60.16 31 08 00 31 09 00 Commissioning of Earthwork Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring of Earthwork Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring Foundation Performance Instrumentation Driven Pile Load Tests Bored and Augered Pile Load Tests 31 09 13.16 31 05 19.19 Cement and Concrete for Earthwork Schedules for Clearing Schedules for Earth Moving Schedules for Shoring and Underpinning Schedules for Excavation Support and Protection Schedules for Special Foundations and Load Bearing Elements Schedules for Tunneling and Mining Driven Pile Schedule Caisson Schedule Trench Dimension Schedule Backfill Material Schedule Geotextiles for Earthwork Geomembranes for Earthwork Geogrids for Earthwork 31 06 00 31 06 10 31 06 20 31 06 40 31 06 50 31 06 60 31 06 70 31 09 13 31 09 16 Schedules for Earthwork 31 06 20.13 31 05 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 31 09 16.23 31 09 16.26 Special Foundation and Load Bearing Elements Instrumentation and Monitoring Groundwater Monitoring During Construction 31 10 00 SITE CLEARING Clearing and Grubbing Selective Clearing Selective Tree and Shrub Removal and Trimming Selective Tree and Shrub Removal Selective Tree and Shrub Trimming 31 11 00 31 12 00 31 13 00 31 13 13 31 13 16 31 .13 31 09 16.61 31 01 63.61 31 01 70.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 31 06 20.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 31 06 60. . 31 – Earthwork DIVISION 31 – EARTHWORK 31 00 00 EARTHWORK 31 01 00 31 01 10 31 01 20 31 01 40 31 01 50 31 01 60 31 01 62 31 01 63 31 01 70 Maintenance of Earthwork Maintenance of Clearing Maintenance of Earth Moving Maintenance of Shoring and Underpinning Maintenance of Excavation Support and Protection Maintenance of Special Foundations and Load Bearing Elements Maintenance of Driven Piles Maintenance of Bored and Augered Piles Maintenance of Tunneling and Mining Tunnel Leak Repairs Bored and Augered Pile Repairs Driven Pile Repairs 31 01 62. All rights reserved.

16 Sod Stripping and Stockpiling 31 20 00 EARTH M OVING Off-Gassing Mitigation Radon Mitigation Methane Mitigation Methane Venting Radon Venting 31 21 13.23 31 23 23.13 31 23 16.23 31 14 16.13 31 22 19.26 Dewatering Fill 31 23 33 31 23 23.26 31 31 00 31 31 13 31 31 16 Termite Control 31 .19 31 31 13.13 31 21 00 31 21 13 31 21 16 31 22 00 31 22 13 31 22 16 31 22 19 Grading Rough Grading Fine Grading Finish Grading Roadway Subgrade Reshaping Spreading and Grading Topsoil 31 22 16.16 31 23 16. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.2 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 31 – Earthwork 31 14 00 31 14 13 Earth Stripping and Stockpiling Soil Stripping and Stockpiling Soil Stripping Soil Stockpiling Topsoil Stripping and Stockpiling Sod Stripping Sod Stockpiling 31 14 16 31 14 13.16 31 31 13.43 Trenching and Backfilling Roadway Embankments Railway Embankments Erosion Controls Rock Barriers Sedimentation Controls Rock Basins Backfill Compaction Flowable Fill Geofoam 31 24 00 31 25 00 31 24 13 31 24 16 31 25 13 31 25 23 31 25 53 31 25 63 Embankments Erosion and Sedimentation Controls 31 30 00 EARTHWORK M ETHODS Soil Treatment Rodent Control Rodent Control Bait Systems Rodent Control Traps Rodent Control Electronic Syste ms Rodent Control Repellants 31 31 13.13 31 23 00 31 23 13 31 23 16 Excavation and Fill Subgrade Preparation Excavation Trenching Structural Excavation for Minor Structures Rock Removal 31 23 19 31 23 23 31 23 16.13 31 21 16.23 31 31 13.16 31 14 13.13 31 14 16.13 31 14 13. .33 31 23 23.13 31 23 23.

23 31 32 23.13 31 35 23.23 31 32 13.16 31 34 23.13 31 32 19.16 31 32 19.19 31 32 36.19 Slope Protection with Slope Paving 31 35 26 Containment Barriers 31 . 31 – Earthwork 31 31 19 31 31 16.13 Vegetation Control Chemical Termite Control Termite Control Bait Systems Termite Control Barriers Chemical Vegetation Control 31 32 00 31 32 13 Soil Stabilization Soil Mixing Stabilization Asphalt Soil Stabilization Cement Soil Stabilization Lime Soil Stabilization Fly-Ash Soil Stabilization Lime-Fly-Ash Soil Stabilization 31 32 16 31 32 19 31 32 13.16 31 35 23.19 31 35 23.13 Chemical Treatment Soil Stabilization Geosynthetic Soil Stabilization and Layer Separation Geogrid Soil Stabilization Geotextile Soil Stabilization Geogrid Layer Separation Geotextile Layer Separation Polymer Emulsion Soil Stabilization 31 32 23 31 32 33 31 32 36 31 32 19.19 31 32 19. .16 31 32 13.13 31 32 36.26 31 32 16.26 31 33 13 31 33 23 31 33 26 31 33 33 31 33 43 31 34 19 31 34 23 Rock Stabilization Driven Soil Nailing Grouted Soil Nailing Corrosion-Protected Soil Nailing Jet-Grouted Soil Nailing Launched Soil Nailing Rock Bolting and Grouting Rock Slope Netting Rock Slope Wire Mesh Shotcrete Rock Slope Stabilization Vegetated Rock Slope Stabilization Geosynthetic Soil Reinforcement Fiber Soil Reinforcement Geogrid Soil Reinforcement Geotextile Soil Reinforcement Geosynthetic Fiber Soil Reinforcement 31 34 00 Soil Reinforcement 31 34 19.19 31 32 13.13 31 32 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 31 32 36.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.16 Pressure Grouting Soil Stabilization Shotcrete Soil Slope Stabilization Soil Nailing Cementitious Pressure Grouting Soil Stabilization Chemical Pressure Grouting Soil Stabilization 31 33 00 31 32 36.13 31 35 19.23 31 32 36.19 31 31 19.16 31 31 16.13 31 32 13.13 31 31 16.16 31 35 19.13 31 34 19.3 All contents copyright © 2004.13 31 35 00 31 35 19 Slope Protection Geosynthetic Slope Protection Geogrid Slope Protection Geotextile Slope Protection Slope Protection with Mulch Control Netting Cast-In-Place Concrete Slope Paving Precast Concrete Slope Paving Concrete Unit Masonry Slope Paving 31 35 23 31 35 19.

13 31 35 26. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.4 All contents copyright © 2004. 31 – Earthwork 31 36 00 31 35 26.23 31 36 13 31 36 19 31 37 13 31 37 16 Gabions Clay Containment Barriers Geomembrane Containment Barriers Bentonite Slurry Trench Gabion Boxes Gabion Mattresses Vegetated Gabion Mattresses 31 37 00 31 36 19. .13 31 41 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 31 43 00 Concrete Raising 31 43 13.19 31 40 00 SHORING AND UNDERPINNING Shoring Timber Shoring Sheet Piling Metal Hydraulic Shoring Pneumatic Shoring Trench Shielding Pressure Grouting Compaction Grouting Mechanical Jacking Vibroflotation Densification Concrete Pressure Grouting Polyurethane Pressure Grouting Aluminum Hydraulic Shoring Steel Sheet Piling Plastic Sheet Piling 31 41 00 31 41 13 31 41 16 31 41 19 31 41 23 31 41 33 31 43 13 31 43 16 31 43 19 31 41 16.13 31 43 13.16 31 37 16.16 31 45 00 31 46 00 31 48 00 31 45 13 31 45 16 31 46 13 31 48 13 31 48 19 31 48 23 31 48 33 Vibroflotation and Densification Needle Beams Underpinning Cantilever Needle Beams Underpinning Piers Bracket Piers Jacked Piers Micropile Underpinning 31 50 00 EXCAVATION SUPPORT AND P ROTECTION Anchor Tiebacks Cofferdams Excavation Soil Anchors Excavation Rock Anchors Sheet Piling Cofferdams Timber Cofferdams Precast Concrete Cofferdams Timber Cribwork 31 51 00 31 52 00 31 51 13 31 51 16 31 52 13 31 52 16 31 52 19 31 53 13 31 53 00 31 54 00 Cribbing and Walers Ground Freezing 31 .13 Riprap Machined Riprap Non-Machined Riprap Rubble-Stone Riprap Concrete Unit Masonry Riprap Sacked Sand-Cement Riprap 31 37 16. All rights reserved.13 31 37 16.16 31 41 19.16 31 35 26.

13 31 56 13.13 31 63 23.16 31 56 13.16 31 63 13 31 63 16 31 63 19 31 63 23 31 63 26 31 63 29 31 63 33 31 64 13 31 64 16 31 64 19 31 64 23 31 64 26 31 64 29 Bored Piles Concrete-Filled Steel Piles Wood and Cast. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 Attipulgite Slurry Walls Slurry-Geomembrane Composite Slurry Walls Lean Concrete Slurry Walls Bio-Polymer Trench Drain 31 60 00 SPECIAL FOUNDATIONS AND LOAD-BEARING ELEMENTS Driven Piles Concrete Piles Cast.in-Place Concrete Piles Concrete Displacement Piles Precast Concrete Piles Prestressed Concrete Piles Pressure-Injected Footings Sheet Steel Piles Steel H Piles Unfilled Tubular Steel Piles 31 62 13.19 31 56 13. .19 31 62 00 31 62 13 31 62 16 Steel Piles 31 62 19 31 62 23 Timber Piles Composite Piles 31 63 00 31 62 23.13 31 63 23. All rights reserved.16 31 62 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 31 63 26.13 31 62 16.Bentonite Slurry Walls Slag-Cement-Bentonite Slurry Walls Soil-Cement-Bentonite Slurry Walls Pozzolan-Bentonite Slurry Walls Organically-Modified Bentonite Slurry Walls Soil-Attipulgite Slurry Walls 31 56 16 31 56 19 31 56 23 31 56 26 31 56 13.In-Place Concrete Piles Bored and Augered Test Piles Auger Cast Grout Piles Bored and Socketed Piles Bored Concrete Piles Drilled Caissons Rock Sockets for Piles Bored and Belled Concrete Piles Bored Friction Concrete Piles Fixed End Caisson Piles Concrete Caissons for Marine Construction Uncased Drilled Concrete Piers Cased Drilled Concrete Piers 31 63 19.26 31 56 13.13 31 63 26. 31 – Earthwork 31 56 00 31 56 13 Slurry Walls Bentonite Slurry Walls Soil-Bentonite Slurry Walls Cement.16 31 62 16.16 Drilled Concrete Piers and Shafts Drilled Micropiles 31 64 00 Caissons Box Caissons Excavated Caissons Floating Caissons Open Caissons Pneumatic Caissons Sheeted Caissons 31 66 00 Special Foundations 31 .23 31 56 13.23 31 62 13.16 31 63 29.13 31 62 23.19 31 62 13.13 31 62 13.26 31 62 16.29 31 56 16.5 All contents copyright © 2004.13 31 63 29.

23 31 66 16.56 Refrigerated Foundations 31 68 00 31 68 13 Foundation Anchors Rock Foundation Anchors 31 70 00 TUNNELING AND M INING Tunnel Excavation Shield Driving Tunnel Excavation Tunnel Excavation by Drilling and Blasting Tunnel Excavation by Tunnel Boring Machine Rock Reinforcement and Initial Support Steel Ribs and Lagging Cement Tunnel Grouting Chemical Tunnel Grouting Cast-in-Place Concrete Tunnel Lining Precast Concrete Tunnel Lining Shotcrete Tunnel Lining Cast-in-Place Concrete Shaft Lining Precast Concrete Shaft Lining Trench Excavation for Submerged Tunnels Tube Construction (Outfitting Tunnel Tubes) Floating and Laying Submerged Tunnels 31 71 00 31 71 13 31 71 16 31 71 19 31 72 13 31 72 16 31 73 13 31 73 16 31 74 13 31 74 16 31 74 19 31 75 13 31 75 16 31 77 13 31 77 16 31 77 19 31 72 00 31 73 00 31 74 00 Tunnel Support Systems Tunnel Grouting Tunnel Construction 31 75 00 31 77 00 Shaft Construction Submersible Tube Tunnels 31 80 00 31 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned 31 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.53 31 66 16.43 31 66 16. .13 31 66 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.46 31 66 16.6 All contents copyright © 2004.33 31 66 16. 31 – Earthwork 31 66 13 31 66 16 Special Piles Special Foundation Walls Anchored Foundation Walls Concrete Cribbing Foundation Walls Metal Cribbing Foundation Walls Manufactured Modular Foundation Walls Mechanically Stabilized Earth Foundation Walls Slurry Diaphragm Foundation Walls Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls Permanently-Anchored Soldier-Beam Foundation Walls 31 66 19 31 66 16. All rights reserved.26 31 66 16.

74 32 01 26.71 32 01 16.75 32 01 17.33 32 05 00 32 05 13 32 05 16 32 05 19 Common Work Results for Exterior Improvements Soils for Exterior Improvements Aggregates for Exterior Improvements Geosynthetics for Exterior Improvements 32 .19 32 01 90.62 Operation and Maintenance of Exterior Improvements Rubber and Paint Removal from Paving Rubber Removal from Paving Paint Removal from Paving Slurry Seal (Latex Modified) Asphalt Surface Treatment Cold Milling Asphalt Paving Asphalt Paving Reuse In Place Cold Reused Asphalt Paving In Place Hot Reused Asphalt Paving Heater Scarifying of Asphalt Paving Sealing Cracks in Asphalt Paving Stress-Absorbing Membrane Interlayer Sealing of Joints in Rigid Paving Patching of Rigid Paving 32 01 13 32 01 16 Flexible Paving Surface Treatment Flexible Paving Rehabilitation 32 01 17 32 01 19 32 01 23 32 01 26 Flexible Paving Repair Rigid Paving Surface Treatment Base Course Reconditioning Rigid Paving Rehabilitation 32 01 29 32 01 26.52 32 01 11.71 32 01 26.53 32 01 13. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 32 01 90.61 32 01 19.26 32 01 90.62 32 01 19.51 32 01 11.75 32 01 29.29 32 01 90.61 32 01 13.73 32 01 26.62 32 01 16.62 32 01 29. .74 32 01 16.72 32 01 16.1 All contents copyright © 2004. 32 – Exterior Improvements DIVISION 32 – EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS 32 00 00 EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS 32 01 00 32 01 11 Paving Cleaning 32 01 11.61 32 01 17.23 32 01 90.73 32 01 16.63 Rigid Paving Repair Grooving of Concrete Paving Grinding of Concrete Paving Milling of Concrete Paving Concrete Overlays Concrete Paving Reuse Partial Depth Patching of Rigid Paving Concrete Paving Raising Subsealing and Stabilization 32 01 30 32 01 80 32 01 90 Operation and Maintenance of Site Improvements Operation and Maintenance of Irrigation Operation and Maintenance of Planting Fertilizing Amending Soils Mowing Pruning Watering Topsoil Preservation Tree and Shrub Preservation 32 01 90.16 32 01 90.61 32 01 29. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.72 32 01 26.

13 32 11 33.13 32 11 23.23 32 11 26.16 32 11 26.16 32 11 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved. BALLASTS. .19 32 11 29 32 11 33 32 11 36 Lime Treated Base Courses Cement-Treated Base Courses Concrete Base Courses 32 12 00 32 12 13 Flexible Paving Preparatory Coats Tack Coats Asphaltic Tack Coats Prime Coats Asphaltic Prime Coats 32 12 16 32 12 13.13 32 08 00 Commissioning of Exterior Improvements Base Courses 32 10 00 BASES .13 32 11 26.16 32 11 00 32 11 13 32 11 16 32 11 23 32 11 26 Aggregate Base Courses Asphaltic Base Courses 32 11 23.13 32 11 36.19 32 11 29.13 32 12 13.13 32 11 36.13 32 06 80.23 Asphalt Paving 32 . and Paving Schedules for Site Improvements Schedules for Irrigation Schedules for Planting Planting Schedule Retaining Wall Schedule Irrigation Piping Schedule Pedestrian Walkway Schedule Geotextiles for Exterior Improvements Geomembranes for Exterior Improvements Geogrids for Exterior Improvements 32 06 00 32 06 10 32 06 30 32 06 80 32 06 90 Schedules for Exterior Improvements 32 06 10.Stabilized Base Courses Lean Concrete Base Courses Plain Cement Concrete Base Courses Hydraulic Cement Concrete Base Courses 32 11 13.16 32 05 19.19 Cement and Concrete for Exterior Improvements Common Work Results for Planting Schedules for Bases. Ballasts. 32 – Exterior Improvements 32 05 23 32 05 33 32 05 19. AND PAVING Subgrade Modifications Subbase Courses Lime-Treated Subgrades Bituminous-Treated Subgrades Sand-Clay Subbase Courses Aggregate Subbase Courses Sand-Clay Base Courses Base Course Drainage Layers Plant Mix Asphaltic Base Courses Road Mix Asphaltic Base Courses Bituminous-Stabilized Base Courses Lime-Fly Ash-Treated Base Courses Portland Cement.16 32 11 36.13 32 11 13.2 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 32 11 16.16 32 12 13.19 32 12 13.13 32 05 19.13 32 06 90.13 32 06 30.

All rights reserved.16 32 13 73.19 32 12 36.36 32 12 19.16 32 13 13.19 32 13 13.13 32 13 73. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.33 32 12 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.23 Porous Flexible Paving Asphalt Paving Joint Sealants Concrete Paving Asphaltic Seal and Fog Coats Coal Tar Seal Coats Coal Tar Seal Coats with Unvulcanized Rubber Fuel-Resistant Sealers 32 13 00 32 13 13 Rigid Paving 32 13 16 32 13 13.29 32 12 16.16 32 12 16.13 32 12 19. .19 Concrete Paving Joint Sealants 32 14 00 32 14 13 Unit Paving Precast Concrete Unit Paving Interlocking Precast Concrete Unit Paving Precast Concrete Unit Paving Slabs Porous Precast Concrete Unit Paving 32 14 16 32 14 23 32 14 26 32 14 29 32 14 40 32 14 43 32 14 13.16 32 12 19. 32 – Exterior Improvements 32 12 19 32 12 16.16 32 12 36.23 Decorative Concrete Paving Exposed Aggregate Concrete Paving Power-Compacted Concrete Paving Prestressed Concrete Paving Concrete Paving Surface Treatment Patterned Concrete Paving Roller-Compacted Concrete Paving Imprinted Concrete Paving Stamped Concrete Paving Fuel-Resistant Concrete Paving Joint Sealants Field-Molded Concrete Paving Joint Sealants Compression Concrete Paving Joint Sealants 32 13 73 32 13 16.13 32 13 13.23 32 12 16.19 Brick Unit Paving Asphalt Unit Paving Wood Paving Recycled-Rubber Paving Stone Paving Porous Unit Paving 32 15 00 32 16 00 32 15 13 32 15 40 32 16 13 Aggregate Surfacing Curbs and Gutters Cinder Surfacing Crushed Stone Surfacing Concrete Curbs and Gutters 32 .19 32 13 16.19 Asphalt Paving Wearing Courses Plant-Mix Asphalt Paving Road-Mix Asphalt Paving Cold-Mix Asphalt Paving Reinforced Asphalt Paving Fiber-Modified Asphalt Paving Polymer-Modified Asphalt Paving Granulated Rubber-Modified Asphalt Paving Athletic Asphalt Paving Road-Mix Asphalt Paving Wearing Courses Resin-Modified Asphalt Paving Wearing Courses Porous Friction Asphalt Paving Wearing Courses 32 12 33 32 12 36 Flexible Paving Surface Treatments Seal Coats 32 12 43 32 12 73 32 12 36.19 32 12 16.13 32 12 16.3 All contents copyright © 2004.16 32 14 13.26 32 12 16.13 32 12 36.13 32 13 16.16 32 13 16.23 32 13 73.13 32 14 13.

26 32 17 23.13 32 17 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.23 32 16 13.16 32 16 13.19 32 17 13.13 32 18 23.26 32 16 13.19 32 16 13. 32 – Exterior Improvements 32 16 19 32 16 40 32 16 13.26 32 18 23.53 32 18 23.33 Pavement Markings 32 17 26 Tactile Warning Surfacing 32 18 00 32 18 13 32 18 16 32 18 23 Athletic and Recreational Surfacing Synthetic Grass Surfacing Synthetic Resilient Surfacing Athletic Surfacing Playground Protective Surfacing Baseball Field Surfacing Natural Baseball Field Surfacing Synthetic Baseball Field Surfacing Field Sport Surfacing Natural Field Sport Surfacing Synthetic Field Sport Surfacing Running Track Surfacing Natural Running Track Surfacing Synthetic Running Track Surfacing Recreational Court Surfacing Tennis Court Surfacing Natural Tennis Court Surfacing Synthetic Tennis Court Surfacing 32 18 16.36 32 18 23. All rights reserved.4 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 32 16 13.29 Asphalt Curbs Stone Curbs Cast-In-Place Concrete Curbs and Gutters Cast-In-Place Concrete Curbs Cast-In-Place Concrete Gutters Precast Concrete Curbs and Gutters Precast Concrete Curbs Precast Concrete Gutters 32 16 40.23 32 18 23.59 32 20 00 32 30 00 32 31 00 Unassigned SITE IMPROVEMENTS Fences and Gates Chain Link Fences and Gates Recreational Court Fences and Gates Tennis Court Fences and Gates Tennis Court Wind Breaker Chain Link Backstops High-Security Chain Link Fences and Gates 32 31 13.23 32 17 23.29 32 18 23.39 32 18 23.33 32 31 13.23 32 31 13.16 32 18 23.16 32 17 13.33 32 18 23.56 32 18 23.43 32 18 23.19 32 18 23. .13 Manufactured Stone Curbs 32 17 00 32 17 13 Paving Specialties Parking Bumpers Metal Parking Bumpers Plastic Parking Bumpers Precast Concrete Parking Bumpers Rubber Parking Bumpers Wood Parking Bumpers Painted Pavement Markings Raised Pavement Markings Plastic Pavement Markings 32 17 23 32 17 13.13 32 17 13.29 32 31 13.26 32 31 13.23 32 17 13.13 32 18 23.53 32 31 13 32 31 16 32 31 19 32 31 23 32 31 26 Welded Wire Fences and Gates Decorative Metal Fences and Gates Plastic Fences and Gates Wire Fences and Gates 32 .

13 32 32 23.16 32 34 00 32 35 00 32 35 13 32 35 16 Fabricated Bridges Screening Devices 32 40 00 32 50 00 32 60 00 32 70 00 32 71 00 32 72 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned WETLANDS Constructed Wetlands Wetlands Restoration Irrigation Pumps Planting Irrigation 32 80 00 IRRIGATION Drip Irrigation Underground Sprinklers 32 82 00 32 84 00 32 86 00 32 84 13 32 84 23 Agricultural Irrigation Planting Preparation Soil Preparation Hydro-Punching Mulching Planting Soil Mixing Structural Soil Mixing Planting Beds 32 90 00 PLANTING 32 91 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.26 32 91 16. 32 – Exterior Improvements 32 31 29 Wood Fences and Gates 32 32 00 32 32 13 32 32 16 32 32 19 32 32 23 32 32 26 32 32 29 32 32 34 32 32 36 32 32 43 Retaining Walls Cast-in-Place Concrete Retaining Walls Precast Concrete Retaining Walls Unit Masonry Retaining Walls Segmental Retaining Walls Metal Crib Retaining Walls Timber Retaining Walls Reinforced Soil Retaining Walls Gabion Retaining Walls Soldier-Beam Retaining Walls Screens and Louvers Sound Barriers Segmental Concrete Unit Masonry Retaining Walls Manufactured Modular Walls 32 32 23.13 32 91 13. . All rights reserved.19 32 91 19.13 32 91 00 32 91 13 32 91 16 Planting Soil Stabilization Blanket Planting Soil Stabilization Mat Planting Soil Stabilization Netting Planting Soil Stabilization Topsoil Placement and Grading 32 91 19 Landscape Grading Hydro-Mulching Plugging Seeding 32 92 00 32 92 13 32 92 16 32 92 19 Turf and Grasses 32 .19 32 91 13.16 32 91 13.23 32 91 13.5 All contents copyright © 2004. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 32 91 16.13 32 91 16.

The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 32 92 19.16 Sodding Sprigging Mechanical Seeding Hydraulic Seeding 32 92 26. . 32 – Exterior Improvements 32 92 23 32 92 26 32 92 19.13 Stolonizing 32 93 00 32 93 13 32 93 23 32 93 33 32 93 43 32 94 13 32 94 16 32 94 33 32 94 43 32 94 46 32 96 13 32 96 23 32 96 33 32 96 43 Plants Ground Covers Plants and Bulbs Shrubs Trees Landscape Edging Landscape Timbers Planters Tree Grates Tree Grids 32 94 00 Planting Accessories 32 96 00 Transplanting Ground Cover Transplanting Plant and Bulb Transplanting Shrub Transplanting Tree Transplanting 32 .6 All contents copyright © 2004.

and Flags Schedules for Water Utilities Schedules for Wells Schedules for Sanitary Sewerage Utilities Schedules for Storm Drainage Utilities Schedules for Fuel Distribution Utilities Schedules for Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities Schedules for Electrical Utilities Schedules for Communications Utilities Commissioning of Water Utilities Commissioning of Wells 33 .71 Operation and Maintenance of Fuel Distribution Lines Operation and Maintenance of Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Utilities Operation and Maintenance of Communications Utilities Manholes and Structures Utility Structures Manhole Grade Adjustment Precast Concrete Utility Structures Rebuilding Utility Structures Cleaning Fuel-Storage Tanks Lining of Steel Fuel-Storage Tanks 33 05 00 33 05 13 33 05 16 33 05 19 33 05 23 Common Work Results for Utilities 33 05 13.16 33 05 23.16 33 01 30.62 33 01 30.29 Utility Line Signs. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.1 33 06 00 33 06 10 33 06 20 33 06 30 33 06 40 33 06 50 33 06 60 33 06 70 33 06 80 Schedules for Utilities 33 06 40.19 33 05 23.13 Storm Drainage Schedule 33 08 00 33 08 10 33 08 20 Commissioning of Utilities All contents copyright © 2004.61 33 01 30.13 33 05 23.13 33 01 30.23 33 05 23.26 33 05 23.13 33 05 16. 33 – Utilities DIVISION 33 – UTILITIES 33 00 00 UTILITIES 33 01 00 33 01 10 33 01 20 33 01 30 Operation and Maintenance of Utilities Operation and Maintenance of Water Utilities Operation and Maintenance of Wells Operation and Maintenance of Sewer Utilities Sewer and Manhole Testing TV Inspection of Sewer Pipelines Maintenance of Sewer Utilities Pond and Reservoir Maintenance Sewer and Pipe Joint Sealing Manhole Grout Sealing Rehabilitation of Sewer Utilities Relining Sewers 33 01 50 33 01 60 33 01 70 33 01 80 33 01 30. All rights reserved.71 33 01 30. Markers.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.52 33 01 30.53 Pressure Piping Tied Joint Restraint System Trenchless Utility Installation Utility Horizontal Directional Drilling Utility Pipe Jacking Microtunneling Utility Pipe Ramming Utility Impact Moling Cable Trenching and Plowing 33 05 26 33 05 23. .51 33 01 50.72 33 01 50.51 33 01 30.13 33 05 16.

The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .2 33 31 00 33 31 13 All contents copyright © 2004.13 33 16 13. 33 – Utilities 33 08 30 33 08 40 33 08 50 33 08 60 33 08 70 33 08 80 Commissioning of Sanitary Sewerage Utilities Commissioning of Storm Drainage Utilities Commissioning of Fuel Distribution Utilities Commissioning of Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities Commissioning of Electrical Utilities Commissioning of Communications Utilities 33 09 00 33 09 10 33 09 20 33 09 30 33 09 40 33 09 50 33 09 60 33 09 70 33 09 80 Instrumentation and Control for Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Water Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Wells Instrumentation and Control for Sanitary Sewerage Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Storm Drainage Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Fuel Distribution Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Hydronic and Steam Energy Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Utilities Instrumentation and Control for Communications Utilities 33 10 00 WATER UTILITIES Water Utility Distribution Piping Public Water Utility Distribution Piping Site Water Utility Distribution Piping Fire Suppression Utility Water Distribution Piping Water Service Connections Water Supply Backflow Preventer Assemblies 33 11 00 33 11 13 33 11 16 33 11 19 33 12 13 33 12 16 33 12 19 33 12 23 33 12 33 33 12 00 Water Utility Distribution Equipment Water Utility Distribution Valves Water Utility Distribution Fire Hydrants Water Utility Pumping Stations Water Utility Metering 33 12 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 33 13 00 33 16 00 33 16 13 33 16 16 33 16 19 Disinfecting of Water Utility Distribution Water Utility Storage Tanks Aboveground Water Utility Storage Tanks Underground Water Utility Storage Tanks Elevated Water Utility Storage Tanks Steel Aboveground Water Utility Storage Tanks Prestressed Concrete Aboveground Water Utility Storage Tanks 33 16 13.16 33 20 00 WELLS Water Supply Wells Test Wells Extraction Wells Monitoring Wells Public Water Supply Wells Irrigation Water Wells 33 21 00 33 22 00 33 23 00 33 24 00 33 25 00 33 26 00 33 29 00 33 21 13 33 21 16 33 24 13 Groundwater Monitoring Wells Recharge Wells Relief Wells Well Abandonment Sanitary Utility Sewerage Piping 33 30 00 SANITARY SEWERAGE UTILITIES Public Sanitary Utility Sewerage Piping 33 . All rights reserved.

13 33 46 13.13 33 42 16.19 33 46 13 33 46 16 Storm Utility Drainage Pumps Subdrainage Foundation Drainage Subdrainage Piping 33 46 13. . All rights reserved.16 33 44 00 33 44 13 33 44 16 33 44 19 Storm Utility Water Drains Utility Area Drains Catchbasins 33 44 13. Frames.13 33 33 00 33 34 00 33 36 00 33 33 13 33 33 16 33 34 13 33 36 13 33 36 16 33 36 33 33 39 13 33 39 23 Low Pressure Utility Sewerage Sanitary Utility Sewerage Force Mains Utility Septic Tanks Sanitary Utility Sewerage Inverted Siphons Utility Septic Tank and Effluent Wet Wells Utility Septic Tank Effluent Pumps Utility Drainage Field Sanitary Utility Sewerage Manholes.16 33 46 16.13 Utility Trench Drains Utility Storm Water Treatment In-Line Utility Storm Water Filters Catch Basin Insert Utility Storm Water Filters Utility Oil and Gas Separators 33 45 00 33 46 00 33 44 19.19 33 46 19.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 33 – Utilities 33 31 16 Industrial Waste Utility Sewerage Piping 33 32 00 33 32 13 33 32 16 33 32 19 Wastewater Utility Pumping Stations Packaged Utility Lift Stations Packaged Utility Wastewater Pumping Stations Public Utility Wastewater Pumping Stations Sanitary Utility Sewerage Combined Utility Sewerage Packaged Sewage Grinder Pumping Units Packaged Sewage Lift Stations.16 33 44 19.13 33 44 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 33 46 16.13 33 32 16.16 Foundation Drainage Piping Geocomposite Foundation Drainage Subdrainage Piping Geocomposite Subdrainage Pipe Underdrains Underslab Drainage Piping Geocomposite Underslab Drainage 33 46 19 33 46 23 Underslab Drainage Drainage Layers 33 . and Covers Sanitary Utility Sewerage Cleanouts 33 39 00 Sanitary Utility Sewerage Structures 33 40 00 STORM DRAINAGE UTILITIES Storm Utility Drainage Piping Culverts Pipe Culverts Concrete Culverts Public Pipe Culverts Precast Concrete Culverts Cast. Wet Well Type 33 32 13.13 33 42 16.16 33 46 16.in-Place Concrete Culverts 33 41 00 33 42 00 33 41 13 33 42 13 33 42 16 Public Storm Utility Drainage Piping 33 42 13.3 All contents copyright © 2004.13 33 46 19.

13 33 52 16.23 Gasoline Distribution Diesel Fuel Distribution Aviation Fuel Distribution Aviation Fuel Piping Aviation Fuel Connections Aviation Fuel Grounding Aviation Fuel Pumps Diesel Fuel Piping Diesel Fuel Pumps Gasoline Piping Gasoline Pumps 33 52 43.13 33 47 26. and Covers Storm Drainage Water Retention Structures 33 50 00 FUEL DISTRIBUTION UTILITIES Natural-Gas Distribution Natural-Gas Piping Natural-Gas Metering Fuel-Oil Distribution Fuel-Oil Piping Fuel-Oil Pumps 33 51 00 33 52 00 33 51 13 33 51 33 33 52 13 33 52 16 33 52 19 33 52 43 Liquid Fuel Distribution 33 52 13.19 33 52 43.19 33 49 13 33 49 23 Storm Drainage Structures Storm Drainage Manholes.53 33 47 16.4 All contents copyright © 2004.16 33 46 23.16 33 47 19.23 33 47 19.23 33 52 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.53 33 47 19.16 33 . All rights reserved.16 33 52 43.23 33 56 00 33 56 13 33 56 16 33 56 43 33 56 53 Fuel-Storage Tanks Aboveground Fuel-Storage Tanks Underground Fuel-Storage Tanks Aviation Fuel-Storage Tanks Compressed Gases Storage Tanks Aboveground Aviation Fuel-Storage Tanks Underground Aviation Fuel-Storage Tanks 33 56 43.16 33 47 26. Frames.13 33 56 43.13 33 52 13. .13 33 47 19. 33 – Utilities 33 46 26 33 46 33 33 46 23.23 33 52 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 33 52 19.19 Geotextile Subsurface Drainage Filtration Retaining Wall Drainage Pond and Reservoir Liners Pond and Reservoir Covers Water Ponds and Reservoirs Water Distribution Ponds Water Retainage Reservoirs Cooling Water Ponds Fire-Protection Water Ponds Pond Covers Reservoir Covers Pond Liners Reservoir Liners Gravel Drainage Layers Geosynthetic Drainage Layers 33 47 00 33 47 13 33 47 16 33 47 19 Ponds and Reservoirs 33 47 13.13 33 47 13.13 33 52 43.33 33 47 23 33 47 26 Sanitary Sewerage Lagoons Storm Drainage Ponds and Reservoirs Stabilization Ponds Retention Basins Leaching Pits 33 49 00 33 47 26.13 33 47 16.

33 33 71 00 33 71 13 33 71 16 Electrical Utility Poles 33 71 19 33 71 23 Electrical Underground Ducts and Manholes Insulators and Fittings 33 71 19.13 33 72 26.23 33 71 39.23 33 71 49.13 33 71 13.13 33 71 16. All rights reserved.23 33 71 13.13 33 71 39.13 33 71 39.16 33 71 26.33 Transmission and Distribution Specialties Deadend Structures Structural Bus Supports Substation Bus Assemblies Control House Equipment Aluminum Substation Bus Assemblies Copper Substation Bus Assemblies Bus Support Insulators 33 72 00 33 72 13 33 72 23 33 72 26 33 72 33 Utility Substations 33 72 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.5 All contents copyright © 2004.13 33 71 26. .16 33 .13 33 71 23.33 33 71 49 Medium -Voltage Wiring 33 71 53 33 71 73 33 71 83 Direct-Current Transmission Electrical Utility Services Electric Meters 33 71 73.23 33 71 16.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 33 71 23.23 33 71 26.16 33 71 23.26 33 71 26 Transmission and Distribution Equipment Capacitor Banks Coupling Capacitors Current Transformers Potential Transformers 33 71 36 33 71 39 Extra-High-Voltage Wiring High-Voltage Wiring Overhead Extra-High-Voltage Wiring Overhead High-Voltage Wiring Underground High-Voltage Wiring Underwater High-Voltage Wiring Overhead Medium-Voltage Wiring Underground Medium-Voltage Wiring Underwater Medium-Voltage Wiring 33 71 36.33 33 71 49.23 33 71 26.13 33 71 49.33 33 71 16. 33 – Utilities 33 60 00 HYDRONIC AND STEAM ENERGY UTILITIES Hydronic Energy Distribution Underground Hydronic Energy Distribution Aboveground Hydronic Energy Distribution Hydronic Energy Distribution Metering Underground Steam and Condensate Distribution Piping Aboveground Steam and Condensate Distribution Piping Steam Energy Distribution Metering 33 61 00 33 61 13 33 61 23 33 61 33 33 63 13 33 63 23 33 63 33 33 63 00 Steam Energy Distribution 33 70 00 ELECTRICAL UTILITIES Electrical Utility Transmission and Distribution Electrical Utility Towers Precast Concrete Electrical Utility Towers Steel Electrical Utility Towers Wood Electrical Utility Towers Precast Concrete Electrical Utility Poles Steel Electrical Utility Poles Wood Electrical Utility Poles Electrical Manholes and Handholes Suspension Insulators Post Insulators Potheads 33 71 13.13 33 72 26.

. and Rod Chemical Rod Conductive Concrete Earth Grounding Enhancement Deep Earth Grounding Lightning Strike Counters Lightning Strike Warning Devices 33 80 00 COMMUNICATIONS UTILITIES Communications Structures Communications Transmission Towers 33 .26 33 72 33.16 33 72 33.46 Substation Control Wiring Relays Substation Control Panels Power-Line Carriers Substation Metering Raceway and Boxes for Utility Substations Cable Trays for Utility Substations Substation Backup Batteries Substation Converter Stations 33 73 00 33 75 00 33 73 13 33 73 23 33 75 13 33 75 16 33 75 19 33 75 23 33 75 36 33 75 39 33 75 43 33 77 13 33 77 16 33 77 19 33 77 23 33 77 26 33 77 33 33 77 36 33 77 39 33 77 53 33 79 13 33 79 16 33 79 19 33 79 23 33 79 83 Utility Transformers Liquid-Filled Utility Transformers Dry-Type Utility Transformers Air High-Voltage Circuit Breaker Oil High-Voltage Circuit Breaker Gas High-Voltage Circuit Breaker Vacuum High-Voltage Circuit Breaker High-Voltage Utility Fuses High-Voltage Surge Arresters Shunt Reactors High-Voltage Switchgear and Protection Devices 33 77 00 Medium-Voltage Utility Switchgear and Protection Devices Air Medium-Voltage Circuit Breaker Oil Medium -Voltage Circuit Breaker Gas Medium -Voltage Circuit Breaker Vacuum Medium -Voltage Circuit Breaker Medium -Voltage Utility Fusible Interrupter Switchgear Medium -Voltage Utility Cutouts Medium -Voltage Utility Fuses Medium -Voltage Utility Surge Arresters Medium -Voltage Utility Reclosers Site Improvements Grounding Tower Grounding Electric Fence Grounding Communications Tower Grounding Antenna Tower Grounding Electrical Utilities Grounding Communications Utilities Grounding 33 79 00 Site Grounding 33 79 13.13 33 79 19.33 33 72 33.43 33 79 93.13 33 79 93.6 33 81 00 33 81 13 All contents copyright © 2004.36 33 72 33.43 33 72 33.33 33 79 83. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 33 79 16. Bar.16 33 79 83.16 Site Lightning Protection Grounding Wire. All rights reserved. 33 – Utilities 33 72 43 33 72 33.16 Utilities Grounding Utility Substation Grounding Site Grounding Conductors 33 79 93 33 79 83.23 33 79 83.13 33 79 83.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 33 79 19.23 33 72 33.13 33 79 16.13 33 72 33.

33 – Utilities 33 81 16 33 81 19 33 81 23 33 81 26 33 81 29 33 81 33 Antenna Towers Communications Utility Poles Aerial Cable Installation Hardware Communications Underground Ducts. and Ventilation 33 82 00 33 82 13 33 82 23 33 82 33 33 82 43 33 82 46 33 82 53 Communications Distribution Copper Communications Distribution Cabling Optical Fiber Communications Distribution Cabling Coaxial Communications Distribution Cabling Grounding and Bonding for Communications Distribution Cable Pressurization Equipment Cleaning.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Lubrication and Restoration Chemicals Laser Transmitters and Receivers Microwave Transmitters and Receivers Infrared Transmitters and Receivers UHF/VHF Transmitters and Antennas Coaxial Splicing and Terminations Optical Fiber Splicing and Terminations Copper Splicing and Terminations 33 82 13.13 33 83 00 33 83 13 33 83 16 33 83 19 33 83 23 Wireless Communications Distribution 33 90 00 Unassigned 33 . Fans. Manholes. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. Pedestals and Enclosures Communications Blowers.13 33 82 23.7 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved. and Handholes Communications Vaults.13 33 82 33. .

13 34 11 26.13 34 11 23.23 34 11 23.16 Ballasted Track Rail Ballasted Special Track Rail Direct-Fixation Track Running Rail Precurved Running Rail Track Rail Ballast Track Rail Subballast Embedded Track Rail Track Cross Ties 34 .Welded Track Rail Pressure.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 34 01 23.23 34 11 16.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 34 11 13. All rights reserved.Welded Track Rail Thermite.26 34 11 26.13 34 11 16. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 34 11 16.19 34 11 00 34 11 13 34 11 16 34 11 19 34 11 23 Track Rail Joints Special Trackwork 34 11 26 34 11 29 34 11 33 34 11 23.Welded Track Rail 34 11 13.16 34 11 23. 34 – Transportation DIVISION 34 – TRANSPORTATION 34 00 00 TRANSPORTATION 34 01 00 34 01 13 34 01 23 34 01 33 34 01 43 Operation and Maintenance of Transportation Operation and Maintenance of Roadways Operation and Maintenance of Railways Operation and Maintenance of Airfields Operation and Maintenance of Bridges Common Work Results for Roadways Common Work Results for Railways Common Work Results for Airports Common Work Results for Bridges Schedules for Roadways Schedules for Railways Schedules for Airfields Schedules for Bridges Track Removal and Salvage Track Crosstie Replacement 34 01 23.81 34 05 00 34 06 00 34 05 13 34 05 23 34 05 33 34 05 43 34 06 13 34 06 23 34 06 33 34 06 43 34 08 13 34 08 23 34 08 33 34 08 43 Common Work Results for Transportation Schedules for Transportation 34 08 00 Commissioning of Transportation Commissioning of Roadways Commissioning of Railways Commissioning of Airfields Commissioning of Bridges 34 10 00 GUIDEWAYS/RAILWAYS Rail Tracks Track Rails Welded Track Rails Light Rail Track Heavy Rail Track In-Track Butt.

34 – Transportation 34 11 36 34 11 39 34 11 93 34 11 33.13 34 21 19. All rights reserved. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 34 11 33.13 34 11 33.13 Track Rail Fasteners Concrete Track Cross Ties Timber Track Cross Ties Resilient Track Cross Ties Direct-Fixation Fasteners Fiberglass Track Collector Pans Track Collector Pans Track Appurtenances and Accessories Elevated Monorails On-Grade Monorails Below-Grade Monorails Maglev Monorail Monorail Track Inclined Railway Aerial Tramways Gondolas Funitels Chairlifts Surface Lifts Ropeway Tows Cable Car Systems 34 12 00 34 13 00 34 14 00 34 12 13 34 12 16 34 12 19 34 12 23 34 12 63 34 13 13 34 14 13 34 14 19 34 14 26 34 14 33 34 14 39 34 14 46 34 14 53 Monorails Funiculars Cable Transportation 34 20 00 TRACTION POWER Traction Power Distribution High Power Static Frequency Converters Traction Power Substations Traction Power Switchgear AC Traction Power Substations DC Traction Power Substations AC Traction Power Switchgear DC Traction Power Switchgear Frequency Changer 34 21 00 34 21 13 34 21 16 34 21 19 34 21 16.16 34 21 19.19 34 11 36.2 All contents copyright © 2004.16 34 21 19.13 34 11 39.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.23 34 21 23 Traction Power Transformer-Rectifier Units Traction Power Poles Overhead Cable Suspension Overhead Traction Power Cables Bottom-Contact Third Rail Side-Contact Third Rail Top-Contact Third Rail 34 23 00 34 23 13 34 23 16 34 23 23 34 24 13 34 24 16 34 24 19 Overhead Traction Power 34 24 00 Third Rail Traction Power 34 30 00 34 40 00 34 41 00 Unassigned TRANSPORTATION SIGNALING AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT Roadway Signaling and Control Equipment Traffic Signals Traffic Control Equipment Roadway Monitoring Equipment 34 41 13 34 41 16 34 41 23 34 .13 34 21 16.

23 34 43 16.3 All contents copyright © 2004.26 34 43 16.16 34 43 26.13 34 42 13.13 34 43 26. All rights reserved.16 34 43 26.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 34 54 00 Passenger Fare Collection Passenger Ticketing Equipment 34 .Approach Lighting Equipment Airfield Omni-Directional-Approach Lighting Equipment Airfield Low-Intensity -Approach Lighting Equipment Airfield High-Intensity -Approach Lighting Equipment Airfield Precision-Approach Path Indicator Equipment 34 43 13.13 34 43 23.13 34 43 16.23 Rail Network Equipment Station Agent Equipment Yard Management Equipment Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Airfield Signals Mainline Train Control Room Equipment Yard Train Control Room Equipment Integrated Control Equipment Interlocking Railway Control Equipment 34 43 00 34 43 13 34 43 16 Airfield Signaling and Control Equipment Airfield Runway Identification Lights Airfield Runway and Taxiway Inset Lighting Microwave Airfield Landing Equipment Instrument Airfield Landing Equipment Airfield Visual-Approach Slope Indicator Equipment Airfield Short.13 34 52 26. .36 Airfield Landing Equipment 34 43 19 34 43 23 34 43 26 Airfield Traffic Control Tower Equipment Weather Observation Equipment Airfield Control Equipment 34 43 23.13 34 42 23.16 34 42 23.16 34 43 16.13 34 52 00 34 52 16 34 52 26 34 52 33 34 54 16 34 52 26.19 Automatic Weather Observation Equipment Airfield Wind Cones Airfield Lighting Control Equipment Airfield Lighting PLC Control Equipment Airfield Lighting Regulator Assembly 34 48 00 34 48 13 34 48 16 Bridge Signaling and Control Equipment Operating Bridge Signals Operating Bridge Control Equipment 34 50 00 TRANSPORTATION FARE COLLECTION EQUIPMENT Vehicle Fare Collection Vehicle Ticketing Equipment Vehicle Fare Collection Equipment Vehicle Fare Gates Vehicle Ticket Vending Machines Vehicle Coin Fare Collection Equipment Vehicle Electronic Fare Collection Equipment 34 52 16.19 34 42 23.19 34 43 16.16 34 43 16.33 34 43 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.29 34 43 16.13 34 43 13.16 Train Control Wires and Cables Vital Interlocking Logic Controllers Railway Control Equipment 34 42 26 34 42 29 34 42 33 34 42 36 34 42 23. 34 – Transportation 34 42 00 34 42 13 34 42 16 34 42 19 34 42 23 Railway Signaling and Control Equipment Railway Signals General Railway Signal Requirements Signal Solid State Coded Track Circuits 34 42 13.

16 34 54 16.13 34 71 19. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 34 60 00 34 70 00 34 71 00 Unassigned TRANSPORTATION CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT Roadway Construction Vehicle Barriers Vehicle Median Barriers Vehicle Crash Barriers Vehicle Traffic Barriers Vehicle Guide Rails Vehicle Barrier Fenders 34 71 13.4 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. .19 34 71 13.13 34 77 16.16 34 72 13 34 72 16 34 73 13 34 73 16 34 73 19 34 73 23 34 73 26 Railway Construction Railway Line Railway Siding Airfield Construction Aircraft Tiedowns Airfield Grounding Aircraft Static Grounding 34 73 16.29 34 71 13 34 71 16 34 71 19 Impact Attenuating Devices Vehicle Delineators Fixed Vehicle Delineators Flexible Vehicle Delineators 34 72 00 34 73 00 34 71 19.19 Baggage Handling Equipment 34 80 00 BRIDGES 34 81 00 34 81 13 34 81 16 34 81 19 34 81 23 Bridge Machinery Single-Swing Bridge Machinery Double-Swing Bridge Machinery Cantilever Bridge Machinery Lift Bridge Machinery 34 .26 34 71 13.13 34 77 13.13 Transportation Equipment Roadway Crossing Control Equipment Passenger Loading Bridges Fixed Aircraft Passenger Loading Bridges Movable Aircraft Passenger Loading Bridges Ship Passenger Loading Bridges Baggage Scanning Equipment Baggage Scales Baggage Conveying Equipment 34 77 16 34 77 13.13 Jet Blast Barriers Manufactured Airfield Control Towers Manufactured Helipads Operable Roadway Equipment Active Vehicle Barriers 34 75 00 34 76 00 34 77 00 34 75 13 34 76 13 34 77 13 Roadway Equipment Railway Equipment 34 75 13.23 Passenger Fare Collection Equipment Passenger Fare Gates Passenger Ticket Vending Machines Passenger Addfare Machines Passenger Intermodal Transfer Machines Passenger Coin Fare Collection Equipment Passenger Electronic Fare Collection Equipment 34 54 26.13 34 71 13. All rights reserved.16 34 77 13.23 34 77 16. 34 – Transportation 34 54 26 34 54 33 34 54 16.13 34 54 26.13 34 54 16.16 34 71 13.16 34 77 16.

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19 35 20 13.13 35 20 13. All rights reserved.26 35 20 16 Hydraulic Gates 35 .13 35 13 00 35 13 13 35 13 53 35 20 13 Signaling and Control Equipment for Dams 35 20 00 WATERWAY AND MARINE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT 35 20 13.92 35 01 50.16 35 20 13. 35 – Waterway & Marine Construction DIVISION 35 – WATERWAY AND MARINE CONSTRUCTION 35 00 00 WATERWAY AND MARINE CONSTRUCTION 35 01 00 35 01 30 35 01 40 35 01 50 35 01 70 Operation and Maintenance of Waterway and Marine Construction Operation and Maintenance of Coastal Construction Operation and Maintenance of Waterway Construction Operation and Maintenance of Marine Construction Operation and Maintenance of Dams Channel Excavation.1 All contents copyright © 2004. . Cleaning and Deepening Preservation of Water Courses 35 01 40.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.71 35 05 00 35 06 00 35 05 30 35 05 40 35 05 50 35 05 70 35 06 30 35 06 40 35 06 50 35 06 70 35 08 30 35 08 40 35 08 50 35 08 70 Common Work Results for Waterway and Marine Construction Common Work Results for Coastal Construction Common Work Results for Waterway Construction Common Work Results for Marine Construction Common Work Results for Dams Schedules for Coastal Construction Schedules for Waterway Construction Schedules for Marine Construction Schedules for Dams Schedules for Waterway and Marine Construction 35 08 00 Commissioning of Waterway and Marine Construction Commissioning of Coastal Construction Commissioning of Waterway Construction Commissioning of Marine Construction Commissioning of Dams 35 10 00 WATERWAY AND MARINE SIGNALING AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT Signaling and Control Equipment for Waterways Signaling Equipment for Waterways Control Equipment for Waterways Marine Signaling Equipment Lighthouse Equipment 35 11 00 35 12 00 35 11 13 35 11 53 35 12 13 35 12 33 35 12 53 Marine Signaling and Control Equipment Marine Navigation Equipment Marine Control Equipment Signaling Equipment for Dams Control Equipment for Dams Hydraulic Fabrications Hydraulic Bifurcation Panels Hydraulic Bulkheads Hydraulic Manifolds Hydraulic Penstocks Hydraulic Trashracks 35 12 13.23 35 20 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

33 35 30 00 COASTAL CONSTRUCTION Shoreline Protection Seawalls Concrete Seawalls Segmental Seawalls Steel Sheet Piling Seawalls Timber Seawalls Stone Seawalls Sacked Cement.23 35 20 23.40 35 32 13 Artificial Reefs Scrap Material Artificial Reefs Scrap Concrete Artificial Reefs Scrap Steel Artificial Reefs Sunken Ship Artificial Reefs Constructed Concrete Artificial Reefs Constructed Steel Artificial Reefs 35 32 16 35 32 13.13 35 32 16.40 35 31 00 35 31 16 35 31 19 Revetments 35 31 23 35 31 26 Breakwaters Jetties 35 31 23.16 35 31 26.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 35 31 26.23 35 31 16.13 35 20 23.2 35 41 00 35 41 13 All contents copyright © 2004.19 Constructed Artificial Reefs 35 40 00 WATERWAY CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT Levees Landside Levee Berms 35 .33 35 32 16.36 35 31 29.19 35 32 13.16 35 31 16.59 Hydraulic Valves Dredging Hydraulic Spillway Crest Gates Hydraulic Head Gates Hydraulic Sluice Gates Hydraulic Miter Gates Hydraulic Sector Gates Hydraulic Tainter Gates and Anchorages Hydraulic Vertical Lift Gates Hydraulic Closure Gates Hydraulic Butterfly Valves Hydraulic Regulating Valves Mechanical Dredging Hydraulic Dredging Integrated Dredging and Dewatering 35 20 19.36 35 31 19.13 35 31 19.40 35 31 29 Groins 35 32 00 35 31 29. 35 – Waterway & Marine Construction 35 20 19 35 20 23 35 20 16.36 35 31 26.26 35 31 29.Sand Revetments Concrete Unit Masonry Revetments Gabion Revetments Stone Revetments Rubble Mound Breakwaters Precast Breakwater Modules Concrete Jetties Concrete Unit Masonry Jetties Gabion Jetties Stone Jetties Concrete Groins Concrete Unit Masonry Groins Steel Groins Gabion Groins Stone Groins 35 31 16.46 35 20 16.16 35 31 19.13 35 20 19.26 35 20 16. All rights reserved. .19 35 31 16.13 35 32 13.13 35 31 23.19 35 20 16.13 35 31 29. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.53 35 20 16.40 35 31 19.23 35 20 23.13 35 20 16.13 35 31 16.16 35 31 29.39 35 20 16.13 35 31 26.33 35 20 16.

35 – Waterway & Marine Construction 35 41 16 35 41 19 35 41 13.16 35 42 53. All rights reserved.13 35 49 23.16 35 43 53.13 35 49 13.16 35 49 23.13 35 43 53.3 35 53 00 Underwater Construction All contents copyright © 2004.23 Waterway Locks Concrete Floodwalls Masonry Floodwalls Concrete Waterway Locks Piling Waterway Locks 35 50 00 MARINE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT Floating Construction Floating Piers Pontoons Floating Wood Piers Floating Plastic Piers 35 51 13.16 Levee Cutoff Trenches Levee Relief Wells Piling Bank Protection Stability Landside Levee Berms Seepage Landside Levee Berms 35 42 00 35 42 13 Waterway Bank Protection Steel Sheet Piling Bank Protection Timber Piling Bank Protection Plastic Piling Bank Protection 35 42 29 35 42 34 35 42 35 35 42 36 35 42 37 35 42 53 35 42 13.40 35 49 13 35 49 23 Waterway Structures Floodwalls 35 49 13.19 35 42 53.13 35 41 13. .23 35 42 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.19 35 42 13.23 35 51 13.40 35 43 29 35 43 34 35 43 35 35 43 36 35 43 37 35 43 53 Waterway Scour Protection Concrete Unit Masonry Wall Bank Protection Segmental Wall Bank Protection Stone Wall Bank Protection Grout-Bag Scour Protection Soil Reinforcement Scour Protection Slope Protection Scour Protection Gabion Scour Protection Riprap Scour Protection Wall Scour Protection Concrete Unit Masonry Wall Scour Protection Segmental Wall Scour Protection Stone Wall Scour Protection 35 49 00 35 43 53.26 Grout-Bag Bank Protection Soil Reinforcem ent Bank Protection Slope Protection Bank Protection Gabion Bank Protection Riprap Bank Protection Wall Bank Protection 35 43 00 35 42 53.26 35 51 00 35 51 13 35 51 23 35 52 00 35 52 13 35 52 23 35 52 33 35 53 23 35 53 33 35 53 43 35 53 53 35 53 63 Offshore Platform Construction Fixed Offshore Platform Construction Semi-Submersible Offshore Platform Construction Floating Offshore Platform Construction Underwater Harbor Deepening Underwater Pipeline Construction Underwater Foundation Construction Underwater Structures Construction Underwater Waterproofing 35 .

13 35 59 93.19 Buoys 35 59 29 Mooring Devices 35 59 33 Marine Bollards and Cleats 35 59 93 Marine Chain and Accessories 35 60 00 35 70 00 35 71 00 Unassigned DAM CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT Gravity Dams Concrete Gravity Dams Masonry Gravity Dams Rockfill Gravity Dams Concrete Arch Dams Earth Embankment Dam Rock Embankment Dams Concrete Buttress Dams Fish Ladders 35 71 13 35 71 16 35 71 19 35 72 13 35 73 13 35 73 16 35 74 13 35 79 13 35 72 00 35 73 00 35 74 00 35 79 00 Arch Dams Embankment Dams Buttress Dams Auxiliary Dam Structures Concrete Fish Ladders 35 79 13. All rights reserved.23 35 59 93.16 35 59 93.13 35 59 29.19 35 59 29.13 35 59 23.13 35 59 33.13 35 59 13. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 35 – Waterway & Marine Construction 35 59 00 35 59 13 Marine Specialties Marine Fenders Prestressed Concrete Marine Fender Piling Resilient Foam-Filled Marine Fenders Rubber Marine Fenders Mooring Buoys Anchor Pendant Buoys Navigation Buoys Quick-Release Mooring Hooks Laser Docking Systems Capstans Cast-Steel Marine Bollards and Cleats Cast-Iron Marine Bollards and Cleats Stainless-Steel Marine Bollards and Cleats Plastic Marine Bollards and Cleats Marine Chain Marine Shackles Marine Chain Tensioners 35 59 23 35 59 13.16 35 59 13.19 35 59 33.16 35 59 23.4 All contents copyright © 2004.13 35 80 00 35 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned 35 .16 35 59 33.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 35 59 29.19 35 59 23.19 35 59 33.

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The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 40 14 49.2 40 18 00 Vacuum Systems Process Piping All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.23 40 15 00 40 15 13 40 15 16 40 15 19 40 15 23 40 15 26 40 15 29 40 16 13 40 16 16 40 16 26 40 16 29 40 16 33 40 16 36 40 16 39 40 16 43 40 16 46 40 16 49 40 16 53 40 16 56 40 17 13 40 17 16 40 17 19 40 17 23 40 17 26 40 18 13 40 18 16 Combustion System Gas Piping Combustion Air Piping Oxygen Combustion System Gas Piping Flue-Gas Combustion System Piping Exothermic -Gas Combustion System Piping Endothermic -Gas Combustion System Piping Disassociated-Ammonia-Gas Combustion System Piping Ammonia Gas Piping Boron Gas Piping Diborane Gas Piping Fluorine Gas Piping Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Piping Nitrous-Oxide Gas Process Piping Ozone Gas Piping Phosphine Gas Piping Silane Gas Piping Sulfur-Dioxide Gas Piping Specialty Gas Mixtures Piping High-Purity Gas Piping Components 40 16 00 Specialty and High-Purity Gases Piping 40 17 00 Welding and Cutting Gases Piping Acetylene Welding and Cutting Piping Acetylene-Hydrogen Mix Welding and Cutting Piping Methylacetylene-Propadiene Welding and Cutting Piping Oxygen Welding and Cutting Piping Inert Gas Welding and Cutting Piping Low-Vacuum Systems Process Piping High-Vacuum Systems Process Piping 40 . 40 – Process Integration 40 13 26 40 13 29 40 13 33 40 13 93 Neon Process Piping Nitrogen Process Piping Xenon Process Piping Mixed Inert Gases Process Piping 40 14 00 40 14 13 40 14 16 40 14 19 40 14 23 40 14 26 40 14 29 40 14 33 40 14 36 40 14 39 40 14 43 40 14 49 40 14 53 40 14 59 40 14 63 40 14 93 Fuel Gases Process Piping Blast Furnace Piping Blue (Water) Fuel Gas Piping Butane Piping Carbon-Monoxide Piping Chlorine Fuel Gas Piping Coke Oven Gas Piping Ethane-Gas Piping Hydrogen Fuel Gas Piping Liquid Natural-Gas Process Piping Methylacetylene-Propadiene Fuel Gas Piping Natural-Gas Process Piping Octane Fuel Gas Piping Propane Fuel Gas Process Piping Sewage Fuel Gas Piping Mixed Fuel Gases Piping Synthetic Natural-Gas Piping Propane-Air Mixes Fuel Gas Piping 40 14 49. .

2 Fuel-Oil Process Piping No. 4 Fuel-Oil Process Piping No.23 40 21 23. . 6 Fuel-Oil Process Piping Kerosene Process Piping Tar Process Piping Heavy-Fractions Petroleum Products Piping Light-Fractions Petroleum Products Piping De-Ionized Water Process Piping Distilled-Water Process Piping Process Plant Water Piping Potable Water Process Piping Recirculated Water Process Piping Reverse-Osmosis Water Process Piping Sanitary Water Process Piping Alcohol Piping Gel Piping Slurries Process Piping Thixotropic Liquid Piping Liquid Acids Piping Liquid Bases Piping 40 24 00 Specialty Liquid Chemicals Piping 40 25 00 40 26 00 Liquid Acids and Bases Piping Liquid Polymer Piping Bulk Materials Piping and Chutes Bulk Materials Valves 40 30 00 SOLID AND M IXED M ATERIALS PIPING AND CHUTES Abrasive Materials Piping and Chutes Nonabrasive Materials Piping and Chutes Airlock Bulk Materials Valves Blind Bulk Materials Valves Butterfly Bulk Materials Valves Cone Bulk Materials Valves Diverter Bulk Materials Valves Double or Single Dump Bulk Materials Valves Knife and Slide Gate Bulk Materials Valves Pinch Bulk Materials Valves Swing Bulk Materials Valves Specialty Bulk Materials Valves Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying Lines Dilute Phase Pneumatic Conveying Lines 40 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. 5 Fuel-Oil Process Piping No.16 40 21 23.26 40 21 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 40 – Process Integration 40 20 00 LIQUIDS PROCESS PIPING Liquid Fuel Process Piping Bio Fuels Process Piping Gasoline Process Piping Diesel Process Piping Fuel-Oils Process Piping 40 21 00 40 21 13 40 21 16 40 21 19 40 21 23 40 22 00 40 23 00 40 21 23.13 40 21 23.3 40 32 00 40 33 00 40 32 13 40 32 16 40 33 13 40 33 16 40 33 19 40 33 23 40 33 26 40 33 29 40 33 33 40 33 36 40 33 39 40 33 43 40 34 13 40 34 16 40 34 00 Pneumatic Conveying Lines All contents copyright © 2004.29 40 22 13 40 22 16 40 23 13 40 23 16 40 23 19 40 23 23 40 23 29 40 23 33 40 23 36 40 24 13 40 24 16 40 24 19 40 24 23 40 25 13 40 25 16 Petroleum Products Piping Water Process Piping No.19 40 21 23. All rights reserved.

26 40 41 23. All rights reserved.16 40 41 13.16 40 41 23.23 40 42 13.23 40 41 13.19 40 42 13.13 40 42 13.19 40 41 23.26 40 41 00 40 41 13 40 41 23 Process Equipment Heat Tracing 40 42 00 40 42 13 Process Piping and Equipment Insulation Process Piping Insulation 40 42 23 40 42 13.16 40 42 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.26 Process Equipment Insulation Cryogenic Temperature Process Piping Insulation Low Temperature Process Piping Insulation Intermediate Temperature Process Piping Insulation High Temperature Process Piping Insulation Process Piping Insulation for Specialty Applications Cryogenic Temperature Process Equipment Insulation Low Temperature Process Equipment Insulation Intermediate Temperature Process Equipment Insulation High Temperature Process Equipment Insulation Process Equipment Insulation for Specialty Applications 40 46 00 40 47 00 40 46 16 40 46 42 40 47 13 40 47 16 40 47 19 40 47 23 40 47 26 40 47 29 Process Corrosion Protection Refractories Coatings and Wrappings for Process Corrosion Protection Cathodic Process Corrosion Protection Silica Refractories Alumina Refractories Carbon and Graphite Refractories Castable Refractories Rammed Refractories Refractory Concrete 40 50 00 40 60 00 40 70 00 40 80 00 40 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned COMMISSIONING OF PROCESS SYSTEMS INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL FOR PROCESS SYSTEMS Primary Process Measurement Devices Chemical Properties Process Measurement Devices 40 91 00 40 91 13 40 . 40 – Process Integration 40 40 00 PROCESS PIPING AND EQUIPMENT PROTECTION Process Piping and Equipment Heat Tracing Process Piping Heat Tracing Process Piping Electrical Resistance Heat Tracing Process Piping Electrical Conductance Heat Tracing Process Piping Gas Heat Tracing Process Piping Steam Heat Tracing Process Piping Thermal Fluids Heat Tracing Process Equipment Electrical Resistance Heat Tracing Process Equipment Electrical Conductance Heat Tracing Process Equipment Gas Heat Tracing Process Equipment Steam Heat Tracing Process Equipment Thermal Fluids Heat Tracing 40 41 13.16 40 42 23.19 40 42 23.13 40 41 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 40 41 23.13 40 42 23.23 40 42 23.23 40 41 23.4 All contents copyright © 2004.26 40 42 23. .19 40 41 13.

13 40 91 23.29 40 91 23.16 40 91 13.19 40 91 19.29 40 91 16.23 40 92 13.26 40 91 13.16 40 92 13.43 40 91 23.33 40 91 19.26 40 92 13.13 40 91 19.13 40 91 16. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 40 92 13.29 Current-To-Pressure Converters Self-Contained Flow Controllers Linear Actuators and Positioners Self-Contained Pressure Regulators Electrically-Operated Primary Control Valves Hydraulically-Operated Primary Control Valves Pneumatically-Operated Primary Control Valves Pressure-Relief Primary Control Valves Solenoid Primary Control Valves Specialty Primary Control Valves 40 .23 40 91 23.33 40 91 23.43 40 91 16.26 40 91 23.16 40 91 19.26 40 91 19.19 40 91 13. 40 – Process Integration 40 91 16 40 91 13.39 40 91 23.46 40 91 23. .39 40 91 19.16 40 91 23.36 40 91 16.19 40 92 13.46 40 91 19.19 40 91 16.26 40 91 16.23 40 91 16.16 40 91 16.5 All contents copyright © 2004.43 40 91 23.23 40 91 19.33 40 91 16.49 40 91 23.29 40 91 16.53 Electromagnetic Process Measurement Devices Ammonia Process Measurement Devices Chlorine Process Measurement Devices Fluoride Process Measurement Devices Gas Analysis Process Measurement Devices Gas Chromatograph Process Measurement Devices pH Level Process Measurement Devices Amperes Process Measurement Devices Capacitance Process Measurement Devices Conductivity Process Measurement Devices Inductance Process Measurement Devices Lumens Process Measurement Devices Magnetic Field Process Measurement Devices Electrical Power Process Measurement Devices Radiation Process Measurement Devices Electrical Resistance Process Measurement Devices Ultraviolet Sensors Voltage Process Measurement Devices Density Process Measurement Devices Humidity Process Measurement Devices Mass Process Measurement Devices Particle Counters Process Measurement Devices Gas Pressure Process Measurement Devices Liquid Pressure Process Measurement Devices Stress/Strain Process Measurement Devices Temperature Process Measurement Devices Vapor Pressure Process Measurement Devices Weight Process Measurement Devices Acceleration Process Measurement Devices Angle Process Measurement Devices Color Process Measurement Devices Count Process Measurement Devices Distance Process Measurement Devices Energy Process Measurement Devices Flow Process Measurement Devices Level Process Measurement Devices Physical Resistance Process Measurement Devices RPM Process Measurement Devices Time Process Measurement Devices Turbidity Process Measurement Devices Velocity Process Measurement Devices 40 91 19 Physical Properties Process Measurement Devices 40 91 23 Miscellaneous Properties Measurement Devices 40 92 00 40 92 13 Primary Control Devices Primary Control Valves 40 92 29 40 92 33 40 92 36 40 92 39 40 92 13.29 40 91 19.19 40 91 23.13 40 91 13.39 40 91 16.36 40 91 23.23 40 91 13.36 40 91 19. All rights reserved.

23 Process Control Display Devices Process Control Input/Output Modules Process Control Instrument Air Piping and Devices Process Control Networks Cabled Process Control Networks Fiber Optic Process Control Networks Wireless Process Control Networks Local Process Control Panels and Hardware Main Process Control Panels and Hardware 40 95 43 40 95 46 40 95 49 40 95 53 40 95 56 40 95 63 40 95 33. 40 – Process Integration 40 92 43 40 92 46 40 92 49 40 92 53 Rotary Actuators Saturable Core Reactors Variable Frequency Drives Voltage-To-Pressure Converters 40 93 00 40 93 13 Analog Controllers/Recorders Analog Controllers Electronic Analog Controllers Electro-Hydraulic Analog Controllers Electro-Pneumatic Analog Controllers Hydraulic Analog Controllers Pneumatic Analog Controllers 40 93 23 40 93 13.16 40 95 63.13 40 93 13.16 40 93 13.16 40 94 13.26 Chart Recorders 40 94 00 40 94 13 Digital Process Controllers Digital Process Control Computers Host Digital Process Control Computers Personal Digital Process Control Computers Personal Digital Assistant Digital Process Control Computers 40 95 00 40 94 23 40 94 33 40 94 43 40 95 13 40 95 20 40 95 23 40 95 26 40 95 33 40 94 13.23 40 95 33.13 40 95 33.13 40 95 13.19 Process Control Hardware Distributed Process Control Systems Human – Machine Interfaces Programmable Logic Process Controllers Process Control Panels and Hardware 40 95 13. .23 40 95 73.33 Process Control Hardware Interfaces Process Control Mounting Racks and Supports Process Control Routers Process Control Switches Process Control Transformers Process Control Wireless Equipment Process Control Wireless Transmitters Process Control Wireless Receivers Process Control Wireless Repeaters Process Control Cable Process Control Conduit. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.19 40 93 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 40 95 63.19 40 95 73.33 40 95 73.43 Process Control Wiring 40 96 00 40 96 10 40 96 15 40 96 20 40 96 25 40 96 30 40 96 35 40 96 40 Process Control Software Process Control Software Architecture Process Control Software Input/Output Lists Process Control Software Instrument Lists Process Control Software Logic Diagrams Process Control Software Loop Diagrams Process Control Software Programming Process Control Software Reports 40 . Raceway and Supports Process Control Junction Boxes 40 95 73 40 95 63.23 40 93 13.13 40 94 13.6 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved.

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5 All contents copyright © 2004.19 41 36 19. .19 Fixtures and Jigs Joining Equipment 41 36 23 41 36 19.19 41 35 13. All rights reserved.26 Molds 41 36 00 41 36 13 Assembly and Testing Equipment Applicators Adhesive Applicators Lubricant Applicators Sealer Applicators 41 36 16 41 36 19 41 36 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.33 Deburring Equipment Electroplating Equipment Grinding Equipment Honing Equipment Lapping Equipment Shot Peening Equipment Superfinishing/Polishing Equipment Dies Drawing Dies Extrusion Dies Press Dies Rotary Dies Rule Dies Diffusion Coating Equipment Dipping Coating Equipment Film Coating Equipment Phosphatizing Coating Equipment Plasma Coating Equipment Hardface Welding Coating Equipment Spray Painting Booth 41 35 00 41 35 13 Dies and Molds 41 35 33 41 35 13.16 41 35 13.19 41 34 23. 41 – Material Processing & Handling Equipment 41 34 00 41 33 60 41 33 63 41 33 66 41 33 69 41 33 73 41 33 76 41 33 79 41 34 13 41 34 16 41 34 23 41 33 53.29 41 34 23.23 41 34 23.16 41 36 19.33 Cutting Equipment Adhesive Joining Equipment Arc-Welding Equipment Brazing Equipment Resistance.13 41 36 19.26 41 36 19.13 41 34 23.Welding Equipment Riveting Equipment Sintering Equipment Soldering Equipment 41 .16 41 36 13.16 Finishing Equipment Multi-Axis Machine Equipment Planing Equipment Reaming Equipment Routing Equipment Sawing Equipment Shaping Equipment Threading Equipment Anodizing Equipment Barrel Tumbling Equipment Coating Equipment Horizontal Milling Equipment Vertical Milling Equipment 41 34 26 41 34 36 41 34 46 41 34 49 41 34 53 41 34 56 41 34 59 41 34 23. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.26 41 34 23.13 41 36 13.13 41 33 53.23 41 35 13.16 41 34 23.29 41 36 19.13 41 35 13.23 41 36 19.

13 41 41 19.23 41 36 29.26 41 42 16.29 41 36 29.13 41 36 26.23 41 36 26. 41 – Material Processing & Handling Equipment 41 36 26 41 36 23.19 Container Sealers Box Packing Equipment Bulk Material Loaders Container Bulk Material Loaders Truck Bulk Material Loaders Railcar Bulk Material Loaders Ship Bulk Material Loaders Barge Bulk Material Loaders Box Makers Box Packers 41 42 00 41 42 13 41 42 16 Container Packing Equipment 41 42 13.13 41 36 23. .19 41 36 23.13 41 36 29.16 41 36 23.33 41 42 19 41 42 23 41 42 26 41 42 29 Carton Packers Carton Sealers Carton Shrink Wrappers Carton Stackers 41 43 00 41 43 13 41 43 16 41 43 19 41 43 23 Shipping Packaging Banding/Strapping Equipment Barcode Equipment Labeling Equipment Pallet Stacking/Wrapping Equipment Barcode Readers Barcode Printers 41 43 16. All rights reserved.16 41 36 29. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.23 41 36 29.6 41 51 00 All contents copyright © 2004.16 41 50 00 MATERIAL STORAGE Automatic Material Storage 41 .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. Rules.13 41 42 13.13 41 42 16.43 Process Tools Cutting Torches High-Pressure Water Cutting Equipment Laser Cutting Equipment Plasma Cutting Equipment Air Process Tools Electric Process Tools Hydraulic Process Tools Manual Process Tools 41 36 29 Manufacturing Measurement and Testing Equipment Gages.16 41 41 19.29 41 42 16.16 41 36 26. and Blocks Penetrant Measurement and Testing Equipment Laser Measurement and Testing Equipment Magnaflux Measurement and Testing Equipment Optical Comparators Profilometers Radiograph Measurement and Testing Equipment Surface Tables Ultrasonic Measurement and Testing Equipment Test Weigh Scales 41 40 00 CONTAINER PROCESSING AND PACKAGING Container Filling and Sealing Bulk Container Fillers/Packers Container Cappers Container Fillers Bag Fillers Box Fillers Bottle Fillers 41 41 00 41 41 13 41 41 16 41 41 19 41 41 23 41 41 19.16 41 42 16.13 41 43 16.23 41 42 16.19 41 36 29.26 41 36 29.19 41 36 26.33 41 36 29.36 41 36 29.39 41 36 29.

43 41 52 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.23 41 65 00 Mobile Support Equipment 41 .23 41 52 13.33 Silos 41 52 19 Material Storage Tanks 41 53 00 41 53 13 41 53 16 41 53 19 41 53 23 41 53 26 Storage Equipment and Systems Storage Cabinets Container Storage Systems Flat Files Storage Racks Mezzanine Storage Systems 41 60 00 M OBILE PLANT EQUIPMENT Mobile Earth Moving Equipment Backhoes Bulldozers Compactors Excavators Graders Payloaders Trenchers 41 61 00 41 61 13 41 61 16 41 61 19 41 61 23 41 61 26 41 61 29 41 61 33 41 62 13 41 62 16 41 62 19 41 62 23 41 62 26 41 62 29 41 63 13 41 63 16 41 63 19 41 63 23 41 63 26 41 63 29 41 64 13 41 64 16 41 62 00 Trucks Cement Mixer Trucks Dump Trucks Flatbed Trucks Forklift Trucks Pickup Trucks Tank Trucks Bicycles Carts Maintenance Vehicles Utility Vehicles Vans Wagons Locomotives Mobile Railcar Movers Diesel Locomotives Electric Locomotives 41 63 00 General Vehicles 41 64 00 Rail Vehicles 41 64 13.13 41 64 13.53 41 52 16. 41 – Material Processing & Handling Equipment 41 51 13 Automatic Storage/Automatic Retrieval Systems 41 52 00 41 52 13 Bulk Material Storage Bins and Hoppers Fixed Bins and Hoppers Portable Bins and Hoppers Bulk Material Containers Returnable Bins and Hoppers Throwaway Bins and Hoppers Concrete Silos Concrete Masonry Unit Silos Steel Silos Horizontal Material Storage Tanks Vertical Material Storage Tanks Portable Material Storage Tanks 41 52 16 41 52 13.13 41 52 19.33 41 52 13.13 41 52 16.23 41 52 19.16 41 52 16. All rights reserved. .7 All contents copyright © 2004.13 41 52 13.19 41 52 19.

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Div. 42 – Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment

DIVISION 42 – PROCESS HEATING, COOLING, AND DRYING EQUIPMENT
42 00 00 PROCESS HEATING , COOLING , AND DRYING EQUIPMENT
42 01 00
42 01 10 42 01 20 42 01 30 42 06 10 42 06 20 42 06 30 42 08 10 42 08 20 42 08 30

Operation and Maintenance of Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment
Operation and Maintenance of Process Heating Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Process Cooling Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Process Drying Equipment Schedules for Process Heating Equipment Schedules for Process Cooling Equipment Schedules for Process Drying Equipment Commissioning of Heating Equipment Commissioning of Cooling Equipment Commissioning of Drying Equipment

42 06 00

Schedules for Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment

42 08 00

Commissioning of Process Heating, Cooling, and Drying Equipment

42 10 00

PROCESS HEATING EQUIPMENT
Process Boilers
Low-Pressure Process Boilers Intermediate-Pressure Process Boilers High-Pressure Process Boilers Specialty Process Boilers Electric Process Heaters Fuel-Fired Process Heaters Thermoelectric Process Heaters Solar Process Heaters Specialty Process Heaters Industrial Gas-to-Gas Heat Exchangers Industrial Liquid-to-Gas/Gas-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers Industrial Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers Industrial Gas Radiation Heat Exchangers Industrial Solar Radiation Heat Exchangers Annealing Furnaces Atmosphere Generators Industrial Baking Furnaces Industrial Brazing Furnaces Industrial Calcining Furnaces Industrial Heat-Treating Furnaces Industrial Melting Furnaces
Ceramics and Glass Melting Furnaces Ferrous Melting Furnaces Non-Ferrous Melting Furnaces

42 11 00

42 12 00

42 11 13 42 11 16 42 11 19 42 11 23 42 12 13 42 12 16 42 12 19 42 12 23 42 12 26 42 13 13 42 13 16 42 13 19 42 13 23 42 13 26 42 14 13 42 14 16 42 14 19 42 14 23 42 14 26 42 14 29 42 14 33

Process Heaters

42 13 00

Industrial Heat Exchangers and Recuperators

42 14 00

Industrial Furnaces

42 14 36 42 14 43 42 14 46

42 14 33.13 42 14 33.16 42 14 33.19

Primary Refining Furnaces Reactor Furnaces Industrial Reheat Furnaces

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Industrial Sintering Furnaces Industrial Vacuum Furnaces

42 15 00

42 15 13 42 15 16 42 15 19

Industrial Ovens

Industrial Drying Ovens Industrial Curing Ovens Industrial Specialty Ovens

42 20 00

PROCESS COOLING EQUIPMENT
Process Cooling Towers
Open-Circuit Process Cooling Towers Closed-Circuit Process Cooling Towers Centrifugal Process Chillers and Coolers Reciprocating Process Chillers and Coolers Refrigerant Process Chillers and Coolers Rotary Process Chillers and Coolers Thermoelectric Process Chillers and Coolers Process Condensers Process Cooling Evaporators Process Humidifiers

42 21 00 42 22 00

42 21 13 42 21 16 42 22 13 42 22 16 42 22 19 42 22 23 42 22 26 42 23 13 42 23 16 42 23 19

Process Chillers and Coolers

42 23 00

Process Condensers and Evaporators

42 30 00

PROCESS DRYING EQUIPMENT
Gas Dryers and Dehumidifiers
Drying Evaporators Desiccant Equipment Regenerative Dryers Refrigerant Dryers

42 31 00

42 32 00

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Material Dryers

Centrifugal Material Dryers Conveyor Material Dryers Flash Material Dryers Fluid-Bed Material Dryers Material Roasters Rotary-Kiln Material Dryers Spray Material Dryers Tower Material Dryers Vacuum Material Dryers Specialty Material Dryers

42 40 00 42 50 00 42 60 00 42 70 00 42 80 00 42 90 00

Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned

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Div. 43 – Process Gas & Liquid Handling, Purification, & Storage Equipment

DIVISION 43 – PROCESS GAS AND LIQUID HANDLING, PURIFICATION, AND STORAGE EQUIPMENT
43 00 00 PROCESS GAS AND LIQUID HANDLING, PURIFICATION, AND STORAGE EQUIPMENT
43 01 00
43 01 10 43 01 20 43 01 30 43 01 40

Operation and Maintenance of Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification, and Storage Equipment
Operation and Maintenance of Gas Handling Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Liquid Handling Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Gas and Liquid Hi-Purification Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Gas and Liquid Storage Schedules for Gas Handling Equipment Schedules for Liquid Handling Equipment Schedules for Gas and Liquid Hi-Purification Equipment Schedules for Gas and Liquid Storage

43 06 00
43 06 10 43 06 20 43 06 30 43 06 40

Schedules for Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification, and Storage Equipment

43 08 00
43 08 10 43 08 20 43 08 30 43 08 40

Commissioning of Process Gas and Liquid Handling, Purification, and Storage Equipment
Commissioning of Gas Handling Equipment Commissioning of Liquid Handling Equipment Commissioning of Gas and Liquid Purification Equipment Commissioning of Gas and Liquid Storage

43 10 00

GAS HANDLING EQUIPMENT
Gas Fans, Blowers and Pumps
Gas Handling Fans
Axial Gas Handling Fans Centrifugal Gas Handling Fans 43 11 13.13 43 11 13.16

43 11 00

43 11 13 43 11 23 43 11 26 43 11 29

Gas Handling Blowers Gas Handling Jet Pumps Gas Handling Vacuum Pumps

43 12 00

43 12 13 43 12 16 43 12 19 43 12 23 43 12 26 43 13 13 43 13 16 43 13 19 43 13 23

Gas Compressors

Centrifugal Gas Compressors Piston Gas Compressors Positive Displacement Gas Compressors Rotary-Screw Gas Compressors Vane Gas Compressors Process Gas Blenders Process Gas Meters Process Gas Mixers Process Gas Pressure Regulators

43 13 00

Gas Process Equipment

43 20 00

LIQUID HANDLING EQUIPMENT
Liquid Pumps
Centrifugal Liquid Pumps Diaphragm Liquid Pumps
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43 21 00

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16 Gas and Liquid Purification Process Clarifier Systems Gas and Liquid Purification Decarbonators Electronic De-Ionization Purification Units External Regeneration Systems Mixed-Bed Ion-Exchange Vessels Gas and Liquid Purification Mixed Beds Packed-Bed Ion-Exchange Vessels Externally Regenerable Gas and Liquid Purification Mixed Beds In-Situ Regenerable Gas and Liquid Purification Mixed Beds 43 32 39.19 43 31 13. 43 – Process Gas & Liquid Handling.13 43 31 13.13 43 22 43.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.16 43 22 43.26 43 31 13.13 43 32 13.13 43 32 39.33 43 31 00 43 31 13 43 32 00 43 32 13 43 32 23 43 32 26 43 32 29 43 32 33 43 32 36 43 32 39 43 32 53 Gas and Liquid Purification Process Equipment Gas and Liquid Purification Process Beds Anion-Gas and Liquid Purification Process Beds Cation-Gas and Liquid Purification Process Beds 43 32 13.2 All contents copyright © 2004.29 43 31 13. All rights reserved.16 43 .16 43 31 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. & Storage Equipment 43 22 00 43 21 19 43 21 23 43 21 26 43 21 29 43 21 33 43 21 36 43 21 39 43 21 43 43 21 46 43 22 13 43 22 16 43 22 19 43 22 23 43 22 26 43 22 29 43 22 33 43 22 36 43 22 39 43 22 43 Liquid Process Equipment Dispensing Liquid Pumps Drum Liquid Pumps Gear Liquid Pumps Metering Liquid Pumps Piston/Plunger Liquid Pumps Positive Displacement Liquid Pumps Submersible Liquid Pumps Sump Liquid Pumps Vane Liquid Pumps Liquid Aeration Devices Liquid Agitators Liquid Blenders Liquid Centrifuges Liquid Deaerators Drum Handling Liquid Process Equipment Liquid Emulsifiers Liquid Evaporators Liquid Feeders Liquid Filters Cyclonic Liquid Filters Media Liquid Filters Press Liquid Filters 43 22 53 43 22 56 43 22 59 43 22 63 43 22 66 43 22 43.19 Liquid Process M eters Liquid Process Mixers Liquid Process Pressure Regulators Liquid Separation Towers Liquid Weigh Systems 43 30 00 GAS AND LIQUID PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT Gas and Liquid Purification Filtration Equipment Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Activated Carbon-Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Gas and Liquid Purification Filter Presses High-Purity Cartridge Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Membrane Diaphragm Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Multimedia Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Pretreatment Cartridge Gas and Liquid Purification Filters Ultrafilter Units 43 31 13. Purification.23 43 31 13. .

.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 43 41 13.3 All contents copyright © 2004. All rights reserved. 43 – Process Gas & Liquid Handling. & Storage Equipment 43 32 56 43 32 59 43 32 63 43 32 66 43 32 69 43 32 73 43 32 76 Reverse-Osmosis Purification Units Gas and Liquid Purification Scrubbers Ultraviolet Sterilizers Vacuum Degasifiers Chemical Feed Systems Ozonation Equipment Chlorination Equipment 43 40 00 GAS AND LIQUID STORAGE Gas and Liquid Storage Equipment Gas and Liquid Pressure Vessels Ferrous Gas and Liquid Pressure Vessels Nonferrous Gas and Liquid Pressure Vessels Fiberglass Gas and Liquid Pressure Vessels Horizontal Atmospheric Tanks and Vessels Vertical Atmospheric Tanks and Vessels 43 41 13. Purification.13 43 41 16.16 43 41 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.16 43 41 00 43 41 13 43 41 16 Atmospheric Tanks and Vessels 43 50 00 43 60 00 43 70 00 43 80 00 43 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 43 .19 43 41 16.

All rights reserved.16 44 41 13. 44 – Pollution Control Equipment DIVISION 44 – POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT 44 00 00 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT 44 01 00 44 01 10 44 01 20 44 01 40 44 01 50 44 06 10 44 06 20 44 06 40 44 06 50 44 08 10 44 08 20 44 08 40 44 08 50 Operation and Maintenance of Pollution Control Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Air Pollution Control Operation and Maintenance of Noise Pollution Control Operation and Maintenance of Water Treatment Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Solid Waste Control Schedules for Air Pollution Control Schedules for Noise Pollution Control Schedules for Water Treatment Equipment Schedules for Solid Waste Control 44 06 00 Schedules for Pollution Control Equipment 44 08 00 Commissioning of Pollution Control Equipment Commissioning of Air Pollution Control Commissioning of Noise Pollution Control Commissioning Water Treatment Equipment Commissioning Solid Waste Control 44 10 00 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL Air Pollution Control Equipment Cyclonic Separators Industrial Dust Collectors Air Pollution Filters Fugitive Dust Control Air Pollution Control Precipitators Air Pollution Scrubbers Thermal Oxidizers Vacuum Extraction Systems Dry-Air Pollution Scrubbers Wet-Air Pollution Scrubbers 44 11 00 44 11 13 44 11 16 44 11 19 44 11 23 44 11 26 44 11 29 44 11 33 44 11 36 44 11 29.19 44 21 00 44 21 13 44 21 23 44 21 26 Noise Pollution Silencers Frequency Cancellers 44 40 00 WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT Packaged Water Treatment Packaged Water Treatment Plants Chemical Packaged Water Treatment Plants Biological Packaged Water Treatment Plants Thermal Packaged Water Treatment Plants 44 41 13.13 44 41 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.13 44 11 29.16 44 21 13.16 44 20 00 NOISE POLLUTION CONTROL Noise Pollution Control Equipment Noise Abatement Barriers Fixed Noise Abatement Barriers Flexible Noise Abatement Barriers Portable Noise Abatement Barriers 44 21 13.1 All contents copyright © 2004.19 44 41 00 44 41 13 44 42 00 44 42 13 General Water Treatment Equipment Aeration Water Treatment Equipment 44 . .13 44 21 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

26 Water Filter Presses Rotary-Drum Water Filtration Equipment Water Filtration Sand Water Filtration Screens Vacuum Water Filtration Equipment Water Treatment Chemical Feed Equipment Water Chlorinators Water Coagulators Water Dechlorinators Dissolved-Solids Water Treatment Equipment Water Emulsifiers Water Emulsion Crackers Water Flocculators Water Fluoridation Equipment Water Heavy Metals Treatment Equipment Water Hydrothermal Equipment Water Oils Treatment Equipment Water Oxidation/Reduction Equipment Water Ozone Equipment Water pH Adjustment Equipment Water Polymers Equipment Water Precipitators Water Pretreatment Equipment Water Ultraviolet Radiation Equipment 44 44 00 44 44 13 44 44 16 44 44 19 44 44 23 44 44 26 44 44 29 44 44 33 44 44 36 44 44 39 44 44 43 44 44 46 44 44 49 44 44 53 44 44 56 44 44 59 44 44 63 44 44 66 44 44 69 44 44 73 Water Treatment Chemical Systems Equipment 44 45 00 Water Treatment Biological Systems Equipment 44 .19 44 43 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.2 All contents copyright © 2004.13 44 43 13.23 44 43 13. 44 – Pollution Control Equipment 44 42 16 44 42 19 44 42 23 44 42 26 44 42 29 44 42 33 44 42 36 44 42 39 44 42 43 44 42 46 44 42 49 44 42 53 44 42 56 44 42 59 44 42 63 44 42 66 44 42 69 44 42 73 American Petroleum Institute Separators Water Treatment Blowers Water Treatment Clarifiers Water Treatment Comminutors Water Treatment Compressors Water Treatment Digesters Water Treatment Dissolved Air Flotation Equipment Water Treatment Grit Collectors Water T reatment Induced Air Flotation Equipment Water Treatment Mixers Water Treatment Oil/Grease Interceptors Water Treatment Oil/Water Separators Water Treatment Pumps Water Treatment Reactors Water Treatment Sediment Removal Equipment Water Treatment Skimmers Water Treatment Spray Equipment Water Treatment Tanks/Tank Liners 44 43 00 44 43 13 Water Filtration Equipment Water Filters Bag Water Filters Cartridge Water Filters Fabric Water Filters Multimedia Water Filters Packaged Water Filters 44 43 23 44 43 26 44 43 29 44 43 33 44 43 36 44 43 13. .16 44 43 13.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 44 – Pollution Control Equipment 44 45 13 44 45 16 Water Biofilters Water Bubble M embrane Diffusers 44 46 00 44 46 13 44 46 16 44 46 19 44 46 23 44 46 26 Sludge Treatment and Handling Equipment for Water Treatment Systems Sludge Conveyors Sludge Dewatering Equipment Sludge Digesters Sludge Incinerators Sludge Thickeners 44 50 00 SOLID WASTE CONTROL Solid Waste Control Equipment Solid Waste Compactors Solid Waste Baling Equipment Solid Waste Fluffing Equipment Solid Waste Liquid Extraction Equipment Solid Waste Containers Solid Waste Transfer Trailers Solid Waste Transfer Stations 44 51 00 44 51 13 44 51 16 44 51 19 44 51 23 44 51 26 44 51 29 44 51 33 44 60 00 44 70 00 44 80 00 44 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 44 .3 All contents copyright © 2004.

All rights reserved. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. 45 – Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment DIVISION 45 – INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT 45 00 00 INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT 45 08 00 45 11 00 45 13 00 45 11 01 Operation and Maintenance of Oil and Gas Extraction Equipment 45 11 06 Schedules for Oil and Gas Extraction Equipment 45 11 10 thru 45 12 99 User Defined Oil and Gas Extraction Equipment 45 13 01 Operation and Maintenance of Mining Machinery and Equipment 45 13 06 Schedules for Mining Machinery and Equipment 45 13 10 thru 45 14 99 User Defined Mining Machinery and Equipment 45 15 01 Operation and Maintenance of Food Manufacturing Equipment 45 15 06 Schedules for Food Manufacturing Equipment 45 15 10 thru 45 16 99 User Defined Food Manufacturing Equipment Commissioning of Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment Oil and Gas Extraction Equipment Mining Machinery and Equipment 45 15 00 Food Manufacturing Equipment 45 17 00 45 19 00 45 17 01 Operation and Maintenance of Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Equipment 45 17 06 Schedules for Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Equipment 45 17 10 thru 45 18 99 User Defined Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Equipment 45 19 01 Operation and Maintenance of Textiles and Apparel Manufacturing Equipment 45 19 06 Schedules for Textiles and Apparel Manufacturing Equipment 45 19 10 thru 45 20 99 User Defined Textiles and Apparel Manufacturing Equipment 45 21 01 Operation and Maintenance of Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 21 06 Schedules for Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 21 10 thru 45 22 99 User Defined Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 23 01 Operation and Maintenance of Wood Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 23 06 Schedules for Wood Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 23 10 thru 45 24 99 User Defined Wood Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 25 01 Operation and Maintenance of Paper Manufacturing Equipment 45 25 06 Schedules for Paper Manufacturing Equipment 45 25 10 thru 45 26 99 User Defined Paper Manufacturing Equipment 45 27 01 45 27 06 Beverage and Tobacco Manufacturing Equipment Textiles and Apparel Manufacturing Equipment 45 21 00 Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 23 00 Wood Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 25 00 Paper Manufacturing Equipment 45 27 00 Printing and Related Manufacturing Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Printing and Related Manufacturing Equipment Schedules for Printing and Related Manufacturing Equipment 45 .1 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. .

MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. and Component Manufacturing Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Equipment. 45 – Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment 45 27 10 thru 45 28 99 User Defined Printing and Related Manufacturing Equipment 45 29 00 45 31 00 45 29 01 Operation and Maintenance of Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing Equipment 45 29 06 Schedules for Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing Equipment 45 29 10 thru 45 30 99 User Defined Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing Equipment 45 31 01 Operation and Maintenance of Chemical Manufac turing Equipment 45 31 06 Schedules for Chemical Manufacturing Equipment 45 31 10 thru 45 32 99 User Defined Chemical Manufacturing Equipment 45 33 01 Operation and Maintenance of Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing Equipment 45 33 06 Schedules for Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing Equipment 45 33 10 thru 45 34 99 User Defined Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing Equipment 45 35 01 Operation and Maintenance of Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 35 06 Schedules for Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 35 10 thru 45 36 99 User Defined Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 37 01 Operation and Maintenance of Primary Metal Manufacturing Equipment 45 37 06 Schedules for Primary Metal Manufacturing Equipment 45 37 10 thru 45 38 99 User Defined Primary Metal Manufacturing Equipment 45 39 01 Operation and Maintenance of Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 39 06 Schedules for Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 39 10 thru 45 40 99 User Defined Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 41 01 Operation and Maintenance of Machinery Manufacturing Equipment 45 41 06 Schedules for Machinery Manufacturing Equipment 45 41 10 thru 45 42 99 User Defined Machinery Manufacturing Equipment 45 43 01 Operation and Maintenance of Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 43 06 Schedules for Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 43 10 thru 45 44 99 User Defined Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 45 01 Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing Equipment Chemical Manufacturing Equipment 45 33 00 Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing Equipment 45 35 00 Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 37 00 Primary Metal Manufacturing Equipment 45 39 00 Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 41 00 Machinery Manufacturing Equipment 45 43 00 Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 45 00 Electrical Equipment.2 All contents copyright © 2004. and Component Manufacturing Equipment 45 45 06 45 45 10 thru 45 46 99 User Defined Electrical Equipment. Appliance. Appliance. All rights reserved. Appliance. and Component Manufacturing Equipment 45 47 00 45 47 01 Transportation Manufacturing Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Transportation Manufacturing Equipment 45 . . Appliance. and Component Manufacturing Equipment Schedules for Electrical Equipment. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.

45 – Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment 45 49 00 45 47 06 Schedules for Transportation Manufacturing Equipment 45 47 10 thru 45 48 99 User Defined Transportation Manufacturing Equipment 45 49 01 Operation and Maintenance of Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 49 06 Schedules for Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 49 10 thru 45 50 99 User Defined Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 51 01 Operation and Maintenance of Other Manufacturing Equipment 45 51 06 Schedules for Other Manufacturing Equipment 45 51 10 thru 45 52 99 User Defined Other Manufacturing Equipment Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing Equipment 45 51 00 Other Manufacturing Equipment 45 60 00 45 70 00 45 80 00 45 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned 45 . . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.3 All contents copyright © 2004.

48 – Electrical Power Generation DIVISION 48 – ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION 48 00 00 ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION 48 01 00 48 05 00 48 06 00 48 08 00 48 09 00 48 01 10 48 01 70 48 06 10 48 06 70 Operation and Maintenance for Electrical Power Generation Common Work Results for Electrical Power Generation Schedules for Electrical Power Generation Schedules for Electrical Power Generation Equipment Schedules for Electrical Power Generation Testing Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Power Generation Equipment Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Power Generation Testing Commissioning of Electrical Power Generation Instrumentation and Control for Electrical Power Generation Fossil Fuel Plant Electrical Power Generation Equipment Fossil Fuel Electrical Power Plant Boilers Fossil Fuel Electrical Power Plant Condensers Fossil Fuel Electrical Power Plant Steam Turbines Fossil Fuel Electrical Power Plant Gas Turbines Fossil Fuel Electrical Power Plant Generators Nuclear Fuel Reactors Nuclear Fuel Fission Reactors Nuclear Fuel Fusion Reactors 48 10 00 ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION EQUIPMENT 48 11 00 48 11 13 48 11 16 48 11 19 48 11 23 48 11 26 48 12 13 48 12 23 48 12 26 48 12 29 48 12 33 48 12 00 Nuclear Fuel Plant Electrical Power Generation Equipment 48 12 13.1 All contents copyright © 2004.13 48 12 13. The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada.13 48 14 13.19 48 15 13 48 15 16 48 16 13 48 16 16 48 16 19 48 16 23 48 17 13 Wind Energy Electrical Power Generation Equipment Windmills Wind Energy Electrical Power Generators Geothermal Energy Electrical Power Generation Equipment Geothermal Energy Heat Pumps Geothermal Energy Condensers Geothermal Energy Steam Turbines Geothermal Energy Electrical Power Generators Electrical Power Generation Batteries 48 17 00 48 18 00 Electrochemical Energy Electrical Power Generation Equipment Fuel Cell Electrical Power Generation Equipment 48 .16 Nuclear Fuel Electrical Power Plant Steam Generators Nuclear Fuel Electrical Power Plant Condensers Nuclear Fuel Electrical Power Plant Turbines Nuclear Fuel Electrical Power Generators Hydroelectric Power Plant Water Turbines Hydroelectric Power Plant Electrical Power Generators Solar Energy Collectors Amorphous Solar Energy Collectors Plate Cell Solar Energy Collectors Vacuum Tube Solar Energy Collectors 48 13 00 48 14 00 48 13 13 48 13 16 48 14 13 Hydroelectric Plant Electrical Power Generation Equipment Solar Energy Electrical Power Generation Equipment 48 15 00 48 16 00 48 14 13.16 48 14 13. .MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. 48 – Electrical Power Generation 48 18 13 48 18 16 Electrical Power Generation Fuel Cells Hydrogen Control Equipment 48 19 00 48 19 13 48 19 16 48 19 19 48 19 23 48 19 26 Electrical Power Control Equipment Electrical Power Generation Battery Charging Equipment Electrical Power Generation Inverters Electrical Power Generation Solar Tracking Equipment Electrical Power Generation Transformers Electrical Power Generation Voltage Regulators 48 20 00 48 30 00 48 40 00 48 50 00 48 60 00 48 70 00 48 71 00 Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned Unassigned ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION TESTING Electrical Power Generation Test Equipment Electrical Power Generation Corona Test Equipment Electrical Power Generation Current Test Equipment Electrical Power Generation Power Test Equipment Electrical Power Generation Resistance Test Equipment Elec trical Power Generation Voltage Test Equipment 48 71 13 48 71 16 48 71 19 48 71 23 48 71 26 48 80 00 48 90 00 Unassigned Unassigned 48 . The Construction Specifications Institute and Construction Specifications Canada. .2 All contents copyright © 2004.MasterFormat™ 2004 Edition – Numbers & Titles November 2004 Div.

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