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Review Questions
 1.      Which organizational system is used in the
          preliminary stages of a project?

a.    MasterFormat
b.    UniFormat
c.    PageFormat
d.    All of the above
 1.      Which organizational system is used in the
          preliminary stages of a project?

a.    Master Format
b.    UniFormat
c.    PageFormat
d.    All of the above
2.     Who developed the first formal UniFormat?


a.   The General Services Administration
b.   The AIA
c.   The CSI
d.   All of the above
e.   A & B only
2.     Who developed the first formal UniFormat?


a.   The General Services Administration
b.   The AIA
c.   The CSI
d.   All of the above
e.   A & B only
 3.   Whose responsibility is the maintenance of
           the revised UniFormat?

a. The General Services Administration and
   the AIA
b. The CSC
c. The CSI
d. All of the above
e. B & C only
 3.   Whose responsibility is the maintenance of
           the revised UniFormat?

a. The General Services Administration and
   the AIA
b. The CSC
c. The CSI
d. All of the above
e. B & C only
   4.    When is the CSI/CSC UniFormat used?

a. When a project is in the design development
   stage
b. In the planning stage of a project
c. In the post construction phase of the project
d. To organize information by materials and
   methods
   4.    When is the CSI/CSC UniFormat used?

a. When a project is in the design development
   stage
b. In the planning stage of a project
c. In the post construction phase of the project
d. To organize information by materials and
   methods
       5.   When is the MasterFormat used?

a. For scheduling, value management, recording
   of design data and managing costs
b. During the planning stage of a project
c. When organization of detailed construction is
   required on the basis of materials or methods
d. When there is a standardized need for
   information to appear upon each page of a
   project manual
       5.   When is the MasterFormat used?

a. For scheduling, value management, recording
   of design data and managing costs
b. During the planning stage of a project
c. When organization of detailed construction is
   required on the basis of materials or methods
d. When there is a standardized need fro
   information to appear upon each page of a
   project manual
6.    How many Divisions were found within the
 MasterFormat System until 2004 and how many
                  exist now
a.   8-25
b.   16-50
c.   17-32
d.   12-100
 6.    How many Divisions were found within the
  MasterFormat System until 2004 and how many
                  exist now?
a.   8
b.   16-50
c.   17
d.   12
     7.   What would be an example of data filing
           with the MasterFormat System?

a.    Product literature
b.    Sweet’s Catalog
c.    SpecData
d.    All of the above
     7.   What would be an example of data filing
           with the MasterFormat System?

a.    Product literature
b.    Sweet’s Catalog
c.    SpecData
d.    All of the above
 8.      What information is found within Division
          13 in the MasterFormat System?

a.    Mechanical Systems
b.    Furnishings
c.    Equipment
d.    Special Construction
 8.      What information is found within Division
          13 in the MasterFormat System?

a.    Mechanical Systems
b.    Furnishings
c.    Equipment
d.    Special Construction
9. What are the three parts of the SectionFormat?


a.   Preliminary, Products, and Execution
b.   Introduction, Materials, and Methods
c.   General, Products, and Examples
d.   General, Products, and Execution
9. What are the three parts of the SectionFormat?


a.   Preliminary, Products, and Execution
b.   Introduction, Materials, and Methods
c.   General, Products, and Examples
d.   General, Products, and Execution
 10.    In what part of the SectionFormat is found
            information on submittals?

a.   Part 3, Execution
b.   Part 1, General
c.   Division 3
d.   Part 1, Introduction
 10.    In what part of the SectionFormat is found
            information on submittals?

a.   Part 3, Execution
b.   Part 1, General
c.   Division 3
d.   Part 1, Introduction
  11.   The third part of the Three-Part Section
                   Format is:

a. Application
b. Execution
c. Installation
  11.   The third part of the Three-Part Section
                   Format is:

a. Application
b. Execution
c. Installation
 12. MasterFormat is organized in such a way
 that a specification section could be written at:

a. Varying levels of complexity
b. One of four levels of complexity
c. Only one level of complexity
 12. MasterFormat is organized in such a way
 that a specification section could be written at:

a. Varying levels of complexity
b. One of four levels of complexity
c. Only one level of complexity
     13.   Under PART 3 EXECUTION, all of these
              statements apply EXCEPT:

a. Include paragraphs requiring the Contractor to verify
   surfaces free of defects that would result in poor
   application
b. Include statements concerning preparation as
   preliminary action necessary for accomplishment of
   the work.
c. Include actions that actually accomplish the work
d. Include tests of products prior to installation
     13.   Under PART 3 EXECUTION, all of these
              statements apply EXCEPT:

a. Include paragraphs requiring the Contractor to verify
   surfaces free of defects that would result in poor
   application
b. Include statements concerning preparation as
   preliminary action necessary for accomplishment of
   the work.
c. Include actions that actually accomplish the work
d. Include tests of products prior to installation
       14.   MasterFormat is based on:


a. A four-digit numbering system
b. A six-digit numbering system
c. An alphanumeric numbering system using
   division numbers and letters
d. A system using not more than two decimal
   places to aid in filing and project
   identification
       14.   MasterFormat is based on:


a. A four-digit numbering system
b. A six-digit numbering system
c. An alphanumeric numbering system using
   division numbers and letters
d. A system using not more than two decimal
   places to aid in filing and project
   identification
 15.   All of the following should be included in
       “Project/Site Conditions” EXCEPT:

a. Existing conditions that affect the
   application of other materials
b. Protection of materials delivered to the
   site
c. Limitations such as temperature or
   weather that affect proper installation
d. References to documents about existing
   structures or utilities
 15.   All of the following should be included in
       “Project/Site Conditions” EXCEPT:

a. Existing conditions that affect the
   application of other materials
b. Protection of materials delivered to the
   site
c. Limitations such as temperature or
   weather that affect proper installation
d. References to documents about existing
   structures or utilities
 16.    All of the following are articles in PART 1
                GENERAL EXCEPT:

a.   References
b.   Submittals
c.   Source Quality Control
d.   Sequencing and Scheduling
 16.    All of the following are articles in PART 1
                GENERAL EXCEPT:

a.   References
b.   Submittals
c.   Source Quality Control
d.   Sequencing and Scheduling
17.   Division numbers are fixed, but specification
            section numbers and titles:

a. Can change to fill in blanks so as to be
   sequential
b. Can never be changed from that listed in
   MasterFormat
c. Are fixed for level two and three sections but
   can be individually selected for level four
   sections
d. Are to be shifted as needed when level four
   sections are added
17.   Division numbers are fixed, but specification
            section numbers and titles:

a. Can change to fill in blanks so as to be
   sequential
b. Can never be changed from that listed in
   MasterFormat
c. Are fixed for level two and three sections but
   can be individually selected for level four
   sections
d. Are to be shifted as needed when level four
   sections are added
     18. An example of a level three section is:


a.   052100   Steel Joists
b.   052150   Open Web Steel Joists
c.   052000   Metal Joists
d.   052200   Steel Joist Girders
     18. An example of a level three section is:


a.   05210 Steel Joists
b.   052150 Open Web Steel Joists
c.   05200 Metal Joists
d.   05221 Steel Joist Girders
19. Section 062210 Millwork would be considered a:


a. Level two section
b. Level four section
c. Level three section
19. Section 062210 Millwork would be considered a:


a. Level two section
b. Level four section
c. Level three section
    20. The document recommended to organize
preliminary construction information into a standard
     order on the basis of elements or systems is:


a.   MasterFormat
b.   UniFormat
c.   Outline Specifications
d.   Project Manual
    20. The document recommended to organize
preliminary construction information into a standard
     order on the basis of elements or systems is:


a.   Master Format
b.   UniFormat
c.   Outline Specifications
d.   Project Manual
                Answers
1.    b   11.   b
2.    e   12.   b
3.    e   13.   d
4.    b   14.   b
5.    c   15.   b
6.    b   16.   c
7.    d   17.   c
8.    d   18.   b
9.    d   19.   c
10.   b   20.   b

				
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