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#188158 - 07/23/09 11:44 AM Division system in construction
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We are division 16 and mechanical is 15. I have known that for a long time but I am starting to see division 22 and 23. What work do they do?
I recall there was some talk of dividing the electrical to cover controls, data, tel, etc.
Anyone know a link for the current divisions?

Cheers Mike

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#188165 - 07/23/09 05:24 PM Re: Division system in construction [Re: mikesh]
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Go to

http://www.csinet.org/s_csi/sec.asp?TRACKID=&CID=5&DID=5

At the top center is a link to download the entire master format numbering system
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