Building with Steel: Critical Stuff you need to know!
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A course on steel building construction that will provide an overall, non-technical understanding of the structural design and engineering process; manufacturing approvals; applicable building codes and standards; roles and responsibilities; performance; critical aspects of drawings, specifications, design, details and the many manufacturing/fabrication engineering and construction documents; standard of practice; plans review; general review and inspection. The Course Leader will review regulatory requirements in the building code and referenced standards related to steel construction, as well as the performance of duties by certified and licensed professionals, manufacturers, fabricators, erectors and building code officials. Experiences and lessons presented are based in part on an understanding of forensic engineering incorporating actual investigations (including many interviews with industry).
The Course will also touch upon the steps involved in an investigation and evaluation in issues of design, manufacturing, fabrication, erection and inspection. As the industry and projects tend to be litigation orientated and are in constant dispute, the course will incorporate a round table discussion and summary of the above and assessment of responsibility, risk management, and recommendations avoidance of issues.
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COURSE LEADER Joe S. Vidican