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CSI MASTER FOORMAT 20122 SAMPLE COOST CODES

CSI MASTER FORMAT 2012 SAMPLE COST CODES1. This document is intended to serve as a general guideline for Standard Cost Code setup for asmall to mid‐size General Contractor.2. Its purpose is to provide a standard list to import into Job Cost, for tracking historical costs areasonable level of detail,3. useful for cost control and project management.4. Use CSI Masterformat 2012 for creating new codes when needed.5. It should be noted that Masterformat is designed as the standard for Project Specificationwriting. It has been adopted6. by General Contractors as a basis for historical job cost reporting as it is industry standard,providing both an7. organizational scheme and a numeric index for construction work. Substantial departures fromliteral adoption are8. required in order to more accurately describe the General Contractor's job requirements.9. 5 Division 01 is the most arbitrary, with furthest divergence from Masterformat 2012. Eachcompany views these costs10. differently, and is encouraged to modify as needed. Due diligence should be made however toreasonably adhere to11. the MF '10's intent and numbering scheme.12. Some General Conventions of this list:13. ‐‐ XX‐0010 code is "Operation & Maintenance" for work within that Division. Use as required forany Division.14. ‐‐ XX‐0050 code is "Common Work Results" for work within that Division, and is renamed to theDivision title, (as15. Master Builder doesn't require Division titles). Use for summary activity for the Division, as wellas for Division‐level16. Subcontracted work. It is shaded blue to provide visual separation for each Division.17. ‐‐ MF '10 numbering convention increments its Level 4 codes "xx13, xx‐xx23", etc. In ourexperience "xx10, xx20" is18. more intuitive and easier for the field to code correctly. We've made this change throughout thedocument.19. ‐‐ MF '10 level 2 codes, the most summary level following Division Codes, are shaded paleyellow to identify summary20. level codes.21. The most detailed codes are suggested in Divisions 01, 03, 06, where traditional GC's are likelyto self‐perform work.22. For smaller jobs, specific projects, and for companies who won't self‐perform, use the summarycodes instead.23. Divisions 41‐45 excluded due to Industrial nature of Work. See Division Numbers & Titles pagefor definitions if24. required.

0 MF-2012 Description1 01-0000 Gen Requirements2 01‐0010 Bond3 01‐0020 Insurance4 01‐0040 Design (A&E)5 01‐0050 Plans & Specs6 01‐1060 Engineering7 01‐3000 Project Administration8 01‐3100 Project Manager9 01‐3110 Project Engineer10 01‐3120 Jobsite Supervision11 01‐3150 Clerical12 01‐3200 Scheduling13 01‐3230 Job Photos14 01‐3300 Submittals15 01‐3500 Special Procedures & Governmental Requirements16 01‐3510 Safety Requirements17 01‐3530 Security Procedures18 01‐4000 Quality Requirements19 01‐4120 Permits & Fees20 01‐4520 Testing & Inspection Services21 01‐5000 Temp Facilities & Controls22 01‐5100 Temporary Utilities23 01‐5110 Temp Light & Power24 01‐5120 Temporary Heating & Cooling25 01‐5130 Temporary Communications26 01‐5150 Job Fuel27 01‐5210 Field Offices & Sheds28 01‐5220 Sanitary Facilities29 01‐5300 Temporary Construction30 01‐5400 Construction Equipment31 01‐5410 Temporary Lifting & Hoisting Equipment32 01‐5420 Scaffold & Temporary Platforms33 01‐5450 Tools34 01‐5500 Vehicle Access & Parking35 01‐5510 Temporary Roads & Maintenance36 01‐5523 Snow Removal37 01‐5530 Traffic Control38 01‐5600 Temporary Barriers & Enclosures39 01‐5620 Temp Fencing40 01‐5623 Signs/Barricades41 01‐5700 Temporary Controls42 01‐5723 Storm Water Prevention Plan43 01‐5800 Project Signage44 01‐5900 Remote Construction Procedures

45 01‐5910 Construction Camp46 01‐5920 Camp Maintenance47 01‐5930 Travel Expense / Airfareprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 2 of 100 MF-2012 Description48 01‐5940 Subsistence & Per Diem49 01‐6000 Product Requirements & Expediting50 01‐6510 Freight51 01‐6520 Air Freight52 01‐6600 Product Handling Requirements, Load & Unload53 01‐6610 Expeditor54 01‐7000 Execution & Closeout55 01‐7100 Mobilization56 01‐7120 Demobilization57 01‐7300 Execution58 01‐7400 Construction Cleaning59 01‐7410 Waste Management & Disposal60 01‐7420 Final Cleaning61 01‐7700 Project Closeout62 01‐7800 Closeout Submittals63 01‐7810 Punchlist & Completion64 01‐7820 As‐Builts / O&M Data65 01‐7830 Warranties66 01‐7890 As‐Builts / O&M Data67 01‐8000 Performance Requirements68 01‐9100 Commissioning69 02-0000 Existing Conditions70 02‐0500 Existing Conditions71 02‐2100 Survey72 02‐2200 Site Assessment73 02‐2400 Environmental Assessment74 02‐2600 Hazardous Mtl Abatement75 02‐3000 Soils Testing76 02‐4000 Demolition77 02‐4100 Selective Demolition78 02‐4110 Building Demolition79 02‐4120 Paving & Concrete Demolition80 02‐4130 Utility Demolition81 02‐4130 Utility Demolition82 03-0000 Concrete83 03‐0100 Concrete Restoration & Maintenance84 03‐0500 Concrete85 03‐0510 Concrete Testing86 03‐0520 Concrete Equipment87 03‐1000 Concrete Formwork88 03‐1100 Form & Strip Foundations89 03‐1130 Form & Strip Walls

90 03‐1150 Form & Strip Slab on Grade91 03‐1200 Form & Strip Elevated Concrete92 03‐1300 Form & Strip Misc. Concrete93 03‐1500 Concrete Form Accessories94 03‐1510 Anchor Boltsprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 3 of 100 MF-2012 Description95 03‐1520 Expansion Joints/Sealants96 03‐2000 Concrete Reinforcement97 03‐2200 Wire Mesh Reinforcing98 03‐3000 Cast‐In‐Place Concrete99 03‐3100 Place Foundations100 03‐3130 Place Walls101 03‐3150 Place Slab on Grade102 03‐3200 Place Elevated Concrete103 03‐3300 Place Misc.Concrete104 03‐3500 Concrete Finishing105 03‐3550 Vertical Finish \ Cement Wash106 03‐3720 Pump Concrete107 03‐3800 Post‐Tension Concrete108 03‐3900 Concrete Curing109 03‐4000 Pre‐Cast Concrete110 03‐5000 Concrete Underlayment & Topping111 03‐6000 Grout112 03‐8000 Concrete Cutting & Boring113 04-0000 Masonry114 04‐0500 Masonry115 04‐0510 Mortar & Masonry Grout116 04‐2000 Unit Masonry117 04‐4000 Stone118 04‐5700 Masonry Fireplaces119 04‐7000 Manufactured Stone120 05-0000 Metals123 05‐0500 Metals124 05‐0513 Metal Coatings125 05‐0520 Imbeds126 05‐0523 Fasteners127 05‐0550 Pile Caps128 05‐1000 Structural Metal Framing128 05‐2000 Metal Joists129 05‐3000 Metal Decking130 05‐3113 Floor Plate131 05‐4000 Heavy Gauge Metal Stud Framing132 05‐4213 Heavy Gauge Metal Joist Framing133 05‐4400 Heavy Gauge Metal Truss Framing134 05‐5000 Metal Fabrications135 05‐5100 Metal Stairs

136 05‐5133 Ladders137 05‐5200 Handrails/Railings/Screens138 05‐5300 Gratings139 05‐5600 Castings140 05‐5800 Formed Metal Fabrications141 05‐5830 Sheetmetal Fabrications142 06-0000 Wood & Plastics144 06‐0100 Div 06 Restoration & Maintenanceprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 4 of 100 MF-2012 Description145 06‐0500 Wood & Plastics146 06‐0520 Fastners & Adhesives148 06‐0570 Wood Treatment149 06‐1000 Rough Carpentry150 06‐1010 Rough Framing Package151 06‐1100 Wood Framing152 06‐1105 Blocking153 06‐1110 Wall Framing154 06‐1130 Floor Framing155 06‐1140 Roof Framing156 06‐1150 Misc Framing, Soffits, Ceilings157 06‐1170 Stair Framing158 06‐1180 Utilidor Framing159 06‐1200 Structural Insulated Panels160 06‐1300 Heavy Timber Construction161 06‐1340 Timber Trusses162 06‐1400 Treated Wood Foundations163 06‐1500 Wood Decking164 06‐1600 Sheathing165 06‐1610 Wall Sheathing166 06‐1630 Floor Sheathing167 06‐1635 Underlayment168 06‐1640 Roof Sheathing169 06‐1700 Engineered Lumber170 06‐1720 Engineered Lumber Beams171 06‐1753 Floor Trusses172 06‐1754 Roof Trusses173 06‐1800 Glu‐Lam Construction174 06‐2000 Finish Carpentry175 06‐2000 Finish Carpentry Package176 06‐2500 Paneling177 06‐4200 Millwork178 06‐4300 Wood stairs & Handrail179 06‐4600 Interior Trim180 06‐4940 Exterior Railings181 06‐4940 Exterior Trim182 06‐6000 Fiberglass Reinforced Paneling

183 07-0000 Moisture & Dampproof184 07‐0100 Div 07 Maintenance185 07‐0500 Moisture & Dampproofing186 07‐1000 Waterproofing187 07‐1113 Roofing Moisture‐Barrier188 07‐1300 Sheet Membrane Waterproofing189 07‐1400 Fluid Applied Waterproofing190 07‐2100 Insulation191 07‐2110 Rigid Insulation192 07‐2120 Spray Foam Insulation193 07‐2130 Sound Batt Insulationprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 5 of 100 MF-2012 Description194 07‐2600 Vapor Barrier195 07‐2700 Air Barrier196 07‐3000 Steep Slope Roofing / Shingles197 07‐3300 Natural Roof Coverings198 07‐4000 Preformed Roof & Wall Panels199 07‐4230 Building Panels Composite200 07‐4263 Insulated Steel Panels201 07‐4400 Metal Roof Panels202 07‐4600 Siding203 07‐4616 Aluminum Siding204 07‐4623 Wood Siding205 07‐4650 Fiber Cement Siding206 07‐5000 Membrane Roofing207 07‐5200 Modified Bituthene Roofing208 07‐6000 Flashing & Sheetmetal209 07‐7000 Roof & Wall Specialties & Accessories210 07‐8000 Fire & Smoke Protection211 07‐8400 Firestopping/Joint Sealer‐Specialties212 07‐9200 Joint Sealants213 07‐9500 Expansion Joint Assemblies214 08-0000 Openings215 08‐0500 Openings216 08‐1000 Doors & Frames217 08‐1100 Metal Doors & Frames218 08‐1400 Wood & Plastic Doors219 08‐3000 Specialty Doors & Frames220 08‐3100 Access Doors221 08‐3200 Sliding Doors222 08‐3300 Coiling Doors & Grilles223 08‐3400 Special Function Doors224 08‐3410 Hangar Doors225 08‐3453 Security Doors & Frames226 08‐3500 Folding Doors & Grilles227 08‐3600 Panel & Sectional Doors

228 08‐4000 Storefronts & Entrances229 08‐5000 Windows230 08‐5600 Special Function Windows231 08‐6000 Roof Windows & Skylights232 08‐7000 Hardware233 08‐7100 Door Hardware234 08‐7400 Access Control Hardware235 08‐8000 Glass & Glazing236 08‐8800 Special Function Glazing237 08‐9000 Louvers & Vents238 09-0000 Finishes239 09‐0500 Finishes240 09‐2000 Plaster & Drywall241 09‐2200 Light Gauge Metal Framingprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 6 of 100 MF-2012 Description242 09‐2500 Plastering243 09‐2900 Drywall244 09‐2910 Exterior Gyp Sheathing245 09‐3000 Tile246 09‐5000 Ceilings247 09‐5100 Acoustical Ceilings248 09‐5300 Ceiling Suspension System249 09‐5400 Specialty Ceilings‐ Metal, Wood, Decorative250 09‐5700 Security Ceilings251 09‐6000 Flooring252 09‐6010 Floor Prep253 09‐6200 Specialty Flooring254 09‐6400 Wood Flooring255 09‐6500 Resilient Flooring256 09‐6600 Terrazzo257 09‐6700 Fluid Applied Flooring258 09‐6800 Carpeting259 09‐7000 Wall Finishes260 09‐7200 Wall Coverings261 09‐8000 Acoustic Treatment262 09‐9000 Painting & Coatings263 09‐9100 Painting264 09‐9600 High Performance Coatings265 10-0000 Specialties266 10‐0500 Specialties267 10‐1110 Visual Display Boards268 10‐1200 Display Cases269 10‐1400 Signage270 10‐1410 Exterior Signs271 10‐1700 Telephone Specialties272 10‐2000 Interior Specialties

273 10‐2113 Toilet Partitions274 10‐2116 Shower & Dressing Compartments275 10‐2200 Partitions276 10‐2600 Wall & Door Protection277 10‐2800 Toilet & Bath Accessories278 10‐3000 Fireplaces & Stoves279 10‐4000 Safety Specialties280 10‐4400 Fire Protection Specialties281 10‐5000 Storage Specialties282 10‐5100 Lockers283 10‐5500 Postal Specialties284 10‐5600 Storage Assemblies & Shelving285 10‐5700 Wardrobe & Closet Specialties286 10‐7000 Exterior Specialties287 10‐7500 Flag Poles288 10‐8000 Other Specialties289 10‐8200 Grilles & Screensprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 7 of 100 MF-2012 Description290 11-0000 Equipment291 11‐0500 Equipment292 11‐1000 Vehicle & Pedestrian Equipment293 11‐1100 Shop Equipment294 11‐1300 Loading Dock Equipment295 11‐1800 Security & Vault Equipment296 11‐1900 Detention Equipment297 11‐2000 Commercial Equipment298 11‐2300 Laundry Equipment299 11‐2400 Maintenance Equip300 11‐3000 Residential Appliances301 11‐4000 Food Service Equipment302 11‐5000 Educational & Science Equipment303 11‐5100 Library Equipment304 11‐5200 Audio‐Visual Equipment305 11‐5300 Laboratory Equipment306 11‐6000 Entertainment Equipment307 11‐6100 Theater & Stage Equipment308 11‐6500 Athletic & Recreational Equipment309 11‐6800 Playfield Equipment & Structures310 12-0000 Furnishing311 12‐0500 Furnishings312 12‐1000 Artwork313 12‐2000 Window Treatments314 12‐3000 Manufactured Casework315 12‐3500 Residential Casework316 12‐3600 Countertops317 12‐4000 Furnishings & Accessories

318 12‐4800 Rugs & Mats319 12‐5000 Furniture320 12‐6000 Multiple Seating321 12‐9200 Interior Planters & Artificial Plants322 12‐9300Site Furnishings‐ Bike Racks, Site Seating, TrashRec.323 13-0000 Special Construction324 13‐0500 Special Construction325 13‐1100 Swimming Pools326 13‐1200 Fountains & Water Features327 13‐2000 Special Purpose Rooms328 13‐3000 Special Structures329 13‐3400 Fabricated Engineered Structures330 13‐4000Integrated Construction‐ Sound, Seismic, RadiationControl331 14-0000 Conveying Systems332 14‐0500 Conveying333 14‐2000 Elevators334 14‐3100 Escalatorsprepared by Cassell Consulting5/9/2011 JobCost Codes 2012 Masterformat 05.xlsx ‐ Sample Codes 8 of 100 MF-2012 Description335 14‐9000 Other Conveying Equipment336 21-0000 Fire Suppression337 21‐0500 Fire Suppression338 21‐1000 Sprinkler Systems339 21‐2000 Dry Agent Fire Supression Systems340 22-0000 Plumbing341 22‐0500 Plumbing342 22‐1000 Plumbing Piping & Accessories343 22‐3000 Plumbing Equipment344 22‐4000 Plumbing Fixtures345 22‐5000 Pool & Fountain Systems346 22‐6000 Gas & Vac Systems for Lab & Healthcare347 23-0000 HVAC348 23‐0500 HVAC349 23‐0590 Testing & Balancing350 23‐0900 Instrumentation & Controls351 23‐5000 Central Heating352 23‐5600 Solar Energy Heating Equipment353 23‐6000 Cental Cooling354 25-0000 Building Automation355 25‐0500 Building Automation356 25‐1000 Network Equipment357 25‐3000 Instrumentation & Terminal Devices358 25‐5000 Facility Controls

359 26-0000 Ele