Who Should Attend?
Architects, Building Officials, Plans Examiners, Building Inspectors, specification writers, estimators and general contractors. Also quality control personnel who want to know more about the use of, and common field problems associated with, soils and foundations, concrete, reinforcing steel, and bolted connections.
How to use a soil study report, Factors that influence the allowable bearing capacity of the soil, Types of foundations and their applications, Soil test methods, Soil stabilization, Common field problems.
Mixing, transportation and placing of concrete, Hot and cold weather concrete, Water/Cement ratio theory, Floor slab construction, Exterior concrete, Common field problems.
REINFORCING STEEL FOR CONCRETE
Identification, Grades, Placement, Tolerances, Specifications, Splicing, Common field problems.
STRUCTURAL STEEL-BOLTED FASTENERS
How to determine if specified bolts are being installed to the specifications, Bolt tension indicator device and "turn of the nut" method, Tightness required by ASTM, Bolt identification and sampling, Common field problems.
OBBS and Continuing Education Credits
This seminar meets the Ohio Board of Building Standards' criteria (8.0 hours) for Building Officials, Plans Examiners, and Building Inspectors. 0.8 Continuing Education Units are also available. (Approval Code BBS2012-158).
Your Place or Ours?
If you would like a custom presentation tailored to your specific needs, on-site seminars can be scheduled at your location. Call us today at (937) 236-8805 for all the details. If you prefer, e-mail us at email@example.com.