Intended Audience: Civil Engineers, Managers and Construction Practitioners.
PDH UNITS: 2
This class begins with an overview of public/private partnerships developing major projects in New York City. The class continues with high rise residential towers constructed with concrete frames.
To study the organization and effectiveness of public/private partnerships.
To understand the planning and construction details of high-rise residential towers constructed with concrete frames and the special equipment used to facilitate this construction.
Applications precast elements are also included.
H.R.3684 – Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act 11/15/21
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Act will rebuild America’s roads, bridges and rails, expand access to clean drinking water, ensure every American has access to high-speed internet, tackle the climate crisis, advance environmental justice, and invest in communities that have too often been left behind.
Now that funds are available, the challenge is to develop the workforce necessary to successfully execute this ambitious program.
We have compiled eighteen one-hour classes focused on the basic means and methods of constructing Infrastructure Projects. The media rich content demonstrates construction details common to a wide variety of projects and will be invaluable to designers, builders and owners and help to insure successful outcomes.
- Urban development. Public/Private partnership.
- Hi-rise residential tower with a concrete frame
- Placing concrete for a floor slab
- Formwork for upper floor slabs.
- Tower cranes and how they climb
- Concrete floor slabs. Concrete pumps
- Masonry infill walls
- Precast concrete building elements
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