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For the construction part, I use the Division 16 but for the overall project, I use a custom made template for our company which details, categorizes & cost codes everything and yes, it is required by the clients especially that we do feasibility studies.
The custom template is base on Division 16, or division 16 is for specific parts.
I have not done estimating in a long time but when I used to do it in the oil & gas industry, project owner side, we had our own structures
Base on experience of previous project, and adjusted for new technologies I suspect.
Thanks for the clarification. Divison 16 is part of MasterFormat, it is the electrical portion in the 1995 edition.
Make sense unless you just do the electrical part of construction.
No plan to move to Uniformat better adapt to BIM from my reading?
Uniformat works for Design-Build Companies who uses BIM or Rivet but not for project management consultants - This is my opinion
Agree a Project Management Consultant should not be doing the estimate.
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