|Brett M. Wilbur CSI, CCS, AIA|
Post Number: 187
|Posted on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 05:17 pm: |
It sems LEED and other sustainability sections were not included in MF04. Anyone have an idea where they fit in? Both Arcom and BSD ahve added them but they are not the same and honestly, they don't make sense. Sustainable Design Requirements is in 018113 but LEED credit reporting is like 013329. Cart before the horse. Where can I find an "official" MF04 list of these required sections? Or do I make it up myself?
Post Number: 288
|Posted on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 05:24 pm: |
Our section # - names are:
013544 - CONSTRUCTION INDOOR AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
013545 - SAMPLE IAQ PLAN
013456 - LEED CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES
013547 - CARPET RECLAMATION
017421 - CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL
017423 - FINAL CLEANING
019700 - COMMISSIONING
|Gary L. Beimers, FCSI, CDT, CSC|
Post Number: 26
|Posted on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 11:30 pm: |
013329 and 018113 were/are existing MF04 sections
Also - 017853 Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation
The MasterFormat Maintenance Task Team has added the following:
01 33 29.01 Material Cost Summary Form
01 33 29.02 Wood-Containing Product List
01 33 29.03 Metal-Containing Product List
01 33 29.04 Material Content Form
01 33 29.05 New Product Source Form
01 33 29.06 Reused Product Form
01 33 29.07 Prohibited Content Installer Certification
01 35 46 Indoor Air Quality Procedures
01 35 63 Sustainability Certification Project Requirements
01 35 66 Sustainability Certification Project Procedures
|John Bunzick, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP|
Post Number: 1136
|Posted on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - 08:29 am: |
01 81 13 Sustainable Design Requirements: This section will have the same title and number regardless of the certification method we are using for the project (one of the LEEDs or CHPS). We have multiple versions, but only one is ever used on a project. We have a "Sustainable Materials Attributes Submittal Form" which is attached to the Sustainable Design section.
01 57 33 Temporary Indoor Air Quality Control: This is of our own creation. They are temporary, so that's why I paired it with the temporary facilities area.
As to the "cart before the horse," I'd urge that we don't think of Division 01 happening in chronological order. While there is a bit of that in its organization, it is really set up in groupings of types of activities.
|Brett M. Wilbur CSI, CCS, AIA|
Post Number: 188
|Posted on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 - 09:53 am: |
John, I agree with you about the chronological order. I'm just looking for something that makes sense to me and how I believe contractors think. i've rearranged some tof the numbers myself. I've put the credit summary report in the Summary activities group but this still doesn't make sense to me. That is really what I meant by cart before the horse. Describing the crdit requirments before you've even introduced them to the sustaniblity procedures or requirements which occur in 018113 in performance activities. Weird, but I will work it out. I like what the task team has done. It is very similar to what Speclink has done.
Thank you everyone for your input. Hope some more people will chime in too. It's an interesting topic that goes to the heart of specification logistics and organization.