MasterFormat™

SpecsIntact supports the current MasterFormat  Section numbers up to a total of 14 character (spaces and period included.  The current MasterFormat Section numbers may range from minimum of six digits up to 10 digits.

 

SpecsIntact's  MasterFormat™ Section Numbers At A Glance

Scope (Old Terms)

Levels

MF 2010

Division

Level 1

11 22 33

Broad Scope

Level 2

11 22 33

Medium Scope

Level 3

11 22 33

Narrow Scope (If Needed)

Level 4

11 22 33.44

Agency

 Army = 10   Air Force = 30

 Navy =  20   NASA     = 40

Level 5

11 22 33.44 40

 

Icon Indicating Important Information To NoteWhen renaming a MasterFormat 1995 Section number to the current MasterFormat Section number you are given three choices:

  1. Three Levels (e.g., 09 01 90) -- 6 digits (8 characters)

  2. Four Levels (e.g., 09 01 90.51) -- 8 digits (11 characters)

  3. Five Levels (e.g., 09 01 90.51 20) -- 10 digits (14 characters)

 

 

 

MasterFormat™ 1995

A total of five or six alpha/numeric characters, beginning with a two-digit Division number.  The sixth character represents the agency (refer to chart below).  Once the Section has been reviewed by all agencies and unified, the sixth character is then removed.  The agency responsible for maintaining the Section is then noted in the Section's banner as the Preparing Activity.

 

SpecsIntact's  MasterFormat™ 1995 Section Numbers At A Glance

Scope (Old Terms)

Levels

MF 1995

Division

Level 1

11234

Broad Scope

Level 2

11234

Medium Scope

Level 3

11234

Narrow Scope (If Needed)

Level 4

11234

User Defined - Agency

Level 5

A = Army

N = Navy

S = NASA