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This continuing education course for engineers is to help maintain their state license and/or other memberships. The LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Recertification Guidance is focused on providing clear direction for Existing Buildings projects that are ready to recertify. This course is for 4.5 continuing education hours.
This continuing education course for professional engineers demonstrates how to apply the LEED® Green Building Rating System Versions 2.1 and 2.2 for New Construction and Major Renovations (LEED-NC) to projects in a campus or multi-building setting such as corporate campuses, college campuses, and government installations (i.e. there is one owner or common property management and control). This method is intended for projects where several buildings are constructed at once, in phases, or a single building is constructed in a setting of existing buildings with common ownership or planning with the ability to share amenities or common design features. This continuing education course is 1.5 continuing education hours.
PE 6-hour Course Bundle
This comprehensive Guide provides step-by-step technical information for evaluating a residential building’s site, exterior, interior, structural, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems. The AIA has approved this course for 12 continuing education hours.
Traffic circles have been part of the transportation system in the United States since 1905. Subsequently, many large circles or rotaries were built in the United States.
This course presents methods for analyzing the operation of an existing or planned roundabout. The methods allow a transportation analyst to assess the operational performance of a facility, given information about the usage of the facility and its geometric design elements.
Designing a roundabout is a process of determining the optimal balance between safety provisions, operational performance, and large vehicle accommodation.
This course prescribes the appropriate type or types of additive to be used with different soil types, procedures for determining a design treatment level for each type of additive, and recommended construction practices for incorporating the additive into the soil. It applies to all elements responsible for Army and Air Force pavement and design construction.