April 14 - 16, 2009
||The Timbers Hotel, Denver, CO
Non Members: $625.00
||Take your construction inspection skills to a whole new level by attending this two-and-a-half-day live workshop facilitated by top experts in the field. Learn new tips and techniques to get the job completed correctly, safely, on time and on budget. Each workshop participant will receive a newly enhanced workbook – great for reference once you are in the field.
By attending this workshop, participants will be better able to:
~ Analyze how both agencies and contractors see the inspector's role
~ Identify how project management tools are used to prioritize, sequence and schedule tasks
~ List the various methods to communicate with residents, businesses, the public and the media
~Describe the general requirements for environmental management on a public works project site
~Develop a project schedule using Critical Path Management
-Communication and Documentation
-Risk Management and Legal Issues
-Earthwork Part 1 - Land Use Issues
-Earthwork Part 2 - General Construction Practices and Procedures
-Earthwork Part 3 - Soil Characteristics, Testing and Evaluation
-Evacuation and Confined Space Safety
-Underground Pipeline: Pressurized Pipe
-Underground Pipeline: Gravity Line
-Underground Pipeline: Installations
-General Concrete Inspection
-Street Surface Improvements: HMAC
-Street Surface Improvements: PCCP
-Street Lighting and Traffic Signals
-Landscape and Irrigation - Part 1
-Landscape and Irrigation - Part 2
The latest information in the construction industry packed full of useful practical techniques and real world examples.
Participants of this program qualify for 2.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 20 PDHs.
CT Consultants, Inc.
Mr. Clapper has been active in the Construction of Public Works as an engineering consultant for over 30 years. During that time he has been engaged in the field of Construction Project Administration and Inspection. He routinely interprets design drawings, negotiates change orders, and issues field decisions. He supervised a large engineering staff focused on providing construction administration and inspection services for governmental agencies.
His project experience includes construction projects with a construction cost ranging from over $100 million to under $100,000. The project types have varied from roadway and bridge projects, underground utilities, water and waste water treatment facilities, and also include several architectural projects. He has served a project manager for clients such as the Ohio Turnpike Commission, the Ohio Department of Transportation, and numerous cities and counties throughout Ohio.
He holds a BSCE in Civil Engineering from Ohio Northern University, and a Professional Engineering license in Ohio