OmniClass

The OmniClass Construction Classification System (known as OmniClass™ or OCCS) is a classification system for the construction industry. OmniClass is useful for many applications, from organizing library materials, product literature, and project information, to providing a classification structure for electronic databases. It incorporates other extant systems currently in use as the basis of many of its Tables – MasterFormat™ for work results, UniFormat for elements, and EPIC (Electronic Product Information Cooperation) for structuring products.

Download the tables in ZIP format
See descriptions of the tables

Table

Status

Release Date

Introduction - OmniClass Introduction Release 2006-03-28
Table 11 - Construction Entities by Function Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2013-02-26
Table 12 - Construction Entities by Form Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30
Table 13 - Spaces by Function National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 14 - Spaces by Form Release 2006-03-28
Table 21 - Elements
(includes Designed Elements)
National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 22 - Work Results National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 22 - Work Results Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2013-08-25
Table 23 - Products National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 31 - Phases Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30
Table 32 - Services National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 33 - Disciplines Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30
Table 34 - Organizational Roles Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30
Table 35 - Tools Draft 2006-03-28
Table 36 - Information National Standard 2012-05-16
Table 41 - Materials Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30
Table 49 - Properties Pre Consensus Approved Draft 2012-10-30

 

Use of Omniclass tables is governed by the terms of the Omniclass License.

Copyright 2014 OCCS Development Committee Secretariat
For more information about OmniClass email omniclass@csinet.org.

192.168.17.238