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PE Florida PE 4-hour Course Bundle
This 2 CE hour Texas Accessibility Standards course examines 2 critical sections of the 2012 Architectural Barriers Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) for those who are aging and those with disabilities.
This course provides an in-depth overview of the accounting and reporting requirements with respect to business combinations as prescribed by Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 805, Business Combinations.
This course provides USACE policy and guidance for acquisition, calibration, quality control, and quality assurance of multi-beam survey systems used on deep-draft navigation, flood control, and charting projects.
The Division of the State Architect (DSA) promulgates California Building Code (CBC) provisions to address accessibility for persons with disabilities.
The manufacture of building materials, and the construction, use and deconstruction of buildings are, among others, the major cause of greenhouse gas emissions.
In this document, the surveyor learns to locate points using angles and distances. In construction surveying, the surveyor must often establish the line of a curve for road layout or some other construction.
In road, railroad, and airfield construction, the movement of large volumes of earth (earthwork) is one of the most important construction operations. It requires a great amount of engineering effort. The planning, scheduling, and supervising of earthwork operations are of major importance in obtaining an efficiently operated construction project.
This course was developed through a review of the literature and of other available guidance supplemented by laboratory testing as necessary where information was lacking. It places particular emphasis on attention to details with respect to moisture retention and concrete temperature control.
This course has been developed in response to widespread interest for improving both mobility choices and community character through a commitment to creating and enhancing walkable communities.
This course has been developed in response to widespread interest for improving both mobility choices and community character through a commitment to creating and enhancing walkable communities. Parts 1 and 2 of this course should both be completed.
This online course for professional engineers (PE) provides an overview of both types of systems, including design criteria, materials selection, site selection and chemical storage and handling considerations.
An overview is presented of measures taken by various Federal Agencies to protect fuel pipeline systems under their jurisdiction against earthquake hazards.
The purpose of this online course for professional engineers (PE) is to provide technical guidance for general aspects of the electrical design of projects.