Designed for inspectors, beginning designers, and related professionals, this course provides a detailed understanding of reinforced concrete construction through topics like foundation inspections, component features description, and practical use of Sample Forms. Through this course you can gain invaluable insights into the integration of design and contracting with on-site concrete work.
This continuing education course takes you through an an immersive exploration of the construction process for a new school center, focusing on reinforced concrete structures. Beginning with foundational selection processes regarding pile caps and grade beams, the course progressively details various elements including walls, slabs, and other components, supported by illustrative examples. Notably, the course equips Inspectors with Sample Forms, offering practical templates for inspections. This course provides value even to individuals in design or related roles, as they can gain a valuable understanding of the seamless integration between their functions and on-site concrete operations.
Author: Peter J. Tavino Jr., PE
Course Number: 256
Course Hours: 4 PDH