NEW!! Guide to MasterFormat 2016 Division 28
SecuritySpecifiers has developed a Resource Guide detailing the comprehensive changes affecting Electronic Safety and Security that have been implemented in the latest issue of CSI's MasterFormat. While most changes have occurred in Division 28, there have also been important related changes in Divisions 08 (Openings), 11 (Equipment), and 27 (Communications). The guide features cross references from MasterFormat 2014 to 2016 and from 2016 to 2014, noting areas that have been moved, added or deleted. This guide is available for ordering and download in PDF format through the following link.
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