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									16 Divisions
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16 Divisions refers to the 16 divisions of construction, as defined by the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)'s
MasterFormat. In 2004, MasterFormat was updated and expanded to 50 Divisions. The standard is the most widely used
standard for organizing specifications and other written information for commercial and institutional building projects in the
U.S. and Canada. It provides a master list of divisions, and section numbers and titles within each division, to follow in
organizing information about a facility’s construction requirements and associated activities. Standardizing the presentation of
such information improves communication among all parties involved in construction projects.
Before November 2004, MasterFormat was composed of 16 primary divisions: there are now 50 divisions.
   Division 01 — General Requirements
   Division 02 — Site Construction
   Division 03 — Concrete
   Division 04 — Masonry
   Division 05 — Metals
   Division 06 — Wood and Plastics
   Division 07 — Thermal and Moisture Protection
   Division 08 — Doors and Windows
   Division 09 — Finishes
   Division 10 — Specialties
   Division 11 — Equipment
   Division 12 — Furnishings
   Division 13 — Special Construction
   Division 14 — Conveying Systems
   Division 15 — Mechanical
   Division 16 — Electrical
See 50_Divisions for the full list of divisions.

External links
   Complimentary list of MasterFormat 2004 Edition Numbers and Titles        - - this is broken -
   CSI's Latest information on MasterFormat
   Online updated version of MasterFormat

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