This course that will provide an overview of mathematical operations one will need to apply on the job as a construction inspector. Inspectors and construction engineering field personnel and inspectors employed by public and quasi-public agencies will greatly benefit from this course.
Please note that the Senior Citizen Discount is not applicable to this classes.
- Understand why construction inspectors perform calculations
- Review the units of measure commonly used by an inspector for documentation and payment.
- Practice the rounding concepts and decimal measures used on a construction project.
- Understand calculations and demonstrate when and how to apply them
0.8 CEU. Cost: $225 (Senior Citizen Discount is not applicable to this class.)
April 15 - 22
2 sessions / Saturdays / 8:30am-12:30pm
Transportation Engineering Technology Instructor
Please note that the Senior Citizen Discount is not applicable to these classes.
Pavement Design Basics
8 hour total classroom hours in (2) four hour sessions The class is designed for engineers, facility owners and anyone who wants a basic knowledge of pavement thickness design and the selection of pavement materials. The class will provide links to resources for subgrade soil information, pavement design software, environmental data and other resources used in thickness design calculations and material selection based depending upon anticipated use. The various inputs for 1993 AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures method will be discussed along with other pavement design methods currently available for free on the web. There are 8 hours of NJSAT credits toward recertification for this class.
January 20 - 27
2 sessions / Fridays / 8:30 am – 12:30pm
RWS Consulting, LLC
Pavement Rehabilitation Methods
8 hour total classroom hours, (2) four hour sessions
This class will provide strategies for the rehabilitation of existing pavement structures. Sustainable options that make best use of the existing materials and methods for determining the existing and required structural capacity of the pavement will be discussed. Methods for rehabilitation of both hot mix asphalt and Portland Cement Concrete pavements will be discussed. The students will be provided with links to resources for the techniques currently available and proper applications. Learn the difference between a structural and functional asphalt overlay and how to determine the appropriate treatment for a given pavement. The environmental and cost benefit of in-place pavement recycling methods will be discussed. There are 8 hours of NJSAT credits toward recertification for this class.
February 17 - 24
2 sessions / Fridays / 8:30am - 12:30pm
RWS Consulting, LLC
Pavement Preservation and Maintenance
8 hour total classroom hours, (2) four hour sessions This class is for people interested in preserving pavement infrastructure. Pavement preservation is one of the fastest growing areas of pavement technology. It is proven to be less expensive to maintain a pavement in good condition than to defer maintenance until the pavement structure is compromised. Pavement preservation is most successful when the right treatment is applied to the right pavement at the right time. Learn more about the products, their proper applications, and how to determine which treatment to select. Also presented will be methods used to repair localized failures prior to applying a surface sealer or other treatment designed to extend the life of the pavement. There are 8 hours of NJSAT credits toward recertification for this class.
March 24 - 31
2 sessions / Fridays / 8:30am-12:30pm
RWS Consulting, LLC
Pervious Concrete CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Certification through the National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NRMCA) program provides students with the knowledge of the advantages and benefits of the proper use and installation of pervious concrete as well as the pitfalls and problems that can occur when pervious concrete is improperly installed. Students must first attend a four hour classroom course on pervious concrete, then will participate in a placement of pervious concrete (location is to be determined and will be discussed the first day of class), and finish with a review period and 2 hour written examination. The NRMCA will grant Technician certification only to those applicants who obtain a passing grade on the written examination.
0.8 CEU. Cost: $499.00
March 31 - April 1 / 2 Sessions / times listed below
March 31: 6-9pm
April 1: 8am-1pm
Kenneth Justice PE, KMJ Inc, Instructor
Registration Desk: 609-570-3311
Questions: E-mail us.
10 or more days before the beginning of a class: 100% refund
Less than 10 days before class start date: no refund
Credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card; cash and check payments will be refunded via a check from MCCC.