Inspection is observation of construction for conformance with the approved design documents. This training program will highlight and cover all the inspection & testing aspects for concrete and steel structure construction, and building envelope. The training course will enable individuals, who are in the inspection and testing field or want to be a specialist inspector, to understand the nature and the importance of this function.
This training course will help the attendees to understand the types of inspection and testing involved in a construction project, which are mandatory to assure the quality of materials used as well as the workmanship.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE
This program is suitable to a wide range of professionals: Architects, Engineers, Practicing Building Construction Inspectors, Project Engineers, NDE Lab Personnel, Technicians and Technologists involved with building construction.
BENEFITS OF THE COURSE
At the end of this program, participants will:
be familiar with testing and inspection techniques of engineering materials
be familiar with workmanship in building construction
be Familiar with NDE for the steel and welding
have the capability to inspect the finishing work activity
acquire skills for testing and inspection of road construction: the ways and skills for the inspection
Day One: On-site Quality Management System & Inspection
Total quality management system
What is inspection, why is inspection needed?
What components require special inspection?
What are the role and responsibilities of special inspectors?
Day Two: General Inspection Guidelines
Field inspectors, Earthwork inspection
Concrete construction inspection,
Structural masonry inspection
Day Three: Steel Structure Inspection Guidelines
Structural steel inspection
Anchor bolts, dowels, and hold-down system inspections
Level II and level III NDE
Test method for determining concrete floor flatness and levelness (F-Numbers)
Classification of soils for engineering purposes
Day Four: Inspection Guidelines
Part I – Soil Inspection Guidelines
Soil inspection on site
Asphaltic concrete inspection
Part II – Architectural Inspection Guidelines
What makes up the building envelope?
Day Five: Architectural Work Inspection Guidelines
Plastering and painting types and inspection
Tiles materials inspection
Exterior cladding systems
Deck and below-grade waterproofing
Doors, windows, and other wall penetrations
Compatibility of building envelope components for blast resistance