Construction Inspection: A Review

2016 Construction Inspection Course Participants

2018 APWA Advanced Construction Inspection Course

"An Effective Tool For Public Improvements"

Offered in cooperation with the St. Louis Metro Branch and the Missouri Chapter of the American Public Works Association and The City of Maryland Heights

Enrollment will be limited to the first 40 applicants

Cut-off date for enrollment is December 22, 2017

Location: Maryland Heights Community Center
                   2300 McKelvey Road (Millennium Room C)
                   Maryland Heights, MO 63043
                    (314) 738-2599


Dates: Wednesday, March 7 and 14th, 2018

(March 21, 2018 – Snow make-up day if needed)

Time: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cost:  $175 per person

Click here for Mail-in Enrollment Form 

Click here for Online Enrollment  


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This 2- day live workshop, facilitated by top industry professionals, helps you learn what’s needed for your organization to get the job done safely, on time, and on budget. The course is constructed in modules presented in segments to meet specific needs of the audience. Each student will leave the class with a manual for future reference.

Take your skills to a whole new level with this opportunity to learn about the newest techniques, tips, and technology in the construction inspection industry. Advanced Construction Inspection is packed with the latest information in the construction inspection industry including practical techniques and real-world examples.

COURSE OVERVIEW:

Construction Inspection

• Negotiation and Management of complex projects
• Preparation for participation in special inspections
• Enhanced interpretation of drawings and specifications
• Using the right software to organize track quantities, costs
• Stormwater regulations
• ADA compliance

Contract Administration

• Importance of pre-construction preparation and meetings
• Taking charge of the final close-out process
• Identifying different types of contracts
 Documentation and risk mitigation
•Risk management and legal issues


Current Technology

• Soils – drying, modifying, and stabilizing
• Advancements in piping, asphalt, and concrete
• Using technology in the field


INCLUDED ITEMS:

• Comprehensive student manual for future reference
• Program materials
• Certificate of completion
• ADA updates for construction issues
• Meeting clean water requirements during and after construction
• Possible legal issues during construction 
Lunches and snacks provided 

Contact:

Brian Petersen
City of Bridgeton
12355 Natural Bridge Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044

Phone:  (314) 373-3812
Fax:  (314) 739-3456
E-mail: bpetersen@bridgetonmo.com

 
2018 Construction Inspection A Review.pdf 2018 Construction Inspection A Review.pdf
 

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