Home Skip to main content

TLN
Construction Training

41 - 50 of 170 Previous Page 1... 3 4 5 6 7 ...17 Next Page
 

This training will cover the basic characteristics of self-consolidating concrete (SCC) as well as advantages of using SCC as compared to conventional concrete. In addition, it will discuss SCC's composition and proportioning as well as fresh and hardened properties. Finally, the course will review specific...

The Aggregate Sampling Basics course will cover the importance of proper sampling, why we need to sample aggregate, and why we need special procedures to do so. The course will cover how to obtain a proper sample that will accurately represent the materials by utilizing sampling principles and preferred...

This training serves as a review of the basics of construction surveying. The important surveying tasks involved in this work and the surveying procedures to be followed are described in this course. This training is divided into three modules:Basic Surveying Concepts; Measurement and Construction...

Although there are a number of materials used in the construction and maintenance process for both highways and structures, this course is focused on the three basic materials. They are aggregate, portland cement concrete (PCC), and hot mix asphalt (HMA). The course modules will address the procedures...

The topic of benchmarking is closely aligned with performance management. Most agencies have a strategic plan from which they make decisions on how to allocate resources and pursue their long-range strategy. This course discusses how to create a group of performance metrics to track based upon whats...

This course focuses on the best practices involved in the application of high friction surface treatments (HFSTs) on pavements that can dramatically reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities associated with friction demand issues, such as during wet conditions. The course cites recent State DOT case...

TC3 Bolted Connections (online module)

Bolting is a common method of making connections and care should be exercised in their design, installation, and maintenance. This course is divided into two modules: installation and inspection. For both modules, it is suggested that participants have a basic familiarity with construction and mechanical...

This course covers three topics: safety responsibility, personal protective equipment (PPE), and potential hazards. The course references OSHA and ANSI safety standards. Two important areas covered include communication and inspector authority. Hazards on the bridge construction site including equipment...

Highway construction contracts often require modification due to scope changes, differing site conditions, and a number of other reasons. Administration of changes and/or claims can result in a dispute. Some contracts have a dispute resolution process specified to facilitate timely administration...

The Chip Seal Best Practices course assists in the development and implementation of pavement preservation programs by identifying the benefits of using chip seal as part of a preventive maintenance program. This course has six modules: Introduction into Chip Seals Designing Chip Seal Mixes Selecting...

Previous Page 1... 3 4 5 6 7 ...17 Next Page
NDSU Dept 2880P.O. Box 6050Fargo, ND 58108-6050
(701)231-1087ndsu.ugpti@ndsu.edu