CSI Releases Draft Two of a Revised MasterFormat Document

The Construction Specifications Institute's (CSI) MasterFormat Expansion Task Team (MFETT) released Draft Two of a revised MasterFormat document.

Draft Two presents an opportunity for comments from industry stakeholders to significantly affect the direction and contents of the proposed revision and expansion before final publication. The results of this commentary will be reflected in Draft Three, due to be published in April 2003. There will be an additional period of commentary after Draft 3 is published, but changes at that point are expected to be minor.

Draft Two of MasterFormat Draft can be found on the web at the official CSI website, CSINet, at the MFETT Update page, www.csinet.org/technic/mfrevision.htm. Feedback and comments can be submitted at the official commentary site on Infraknowledge, www.inftaknowledge.net, which can be reached from the Task Team website above.

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Date: 11 November 2002
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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