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Basic Blueprint Reading
September 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm$350 – $557
Basic Blueprint Reading
September 17, 24, October 8, 15, 22, 29 & November 5, 2018
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm each session
This course is necessary for the individual with little or no experience in construction.
Blueprint reading is not terribly difficult but it does require practice and some basic knowledge of blueprints. The reading of construction blueprints is a foundational skill in construction. All construction professionals, regardless of whether they are working in the field or in the office, must know how to read blueprints.
***Participants should bring a scientific calculator.
“This helped me gain a general understanding of blueprints and will greatly help when I do cost analysis work.”
– Gentry Radwanski, E.R. Stuebner, Inc.
“I got a better idea of how to address and look at a blueprint.”
– Andrew Enck, Enck Brothers Drywall, Inc.
Benefits of Attending:
Mastery of blueprint reading will come with practice and with using blueprints on the job on a regular basis. The confidence of your support staff will be increased with the time and experience gained through participating in this practical hands-on course and through class activities, and homework assignments.
Develop Your Knowledge and Learn More About:
- Symbols, abbreviations, and line types to assist in reading construction prints, details, and elevation drawings
- Review of basic math skills for construction use
- Adding and subtraction of dimensions with fractions, and calculations for areas and volumes
- for material estimating
- Architectural and engineering scales
Hear from G. David Sload, President-CEO, to determine which Blueprint Seminar level fits your needs:
Who Should Attend:
This six week course is a “must” for the person starting out in the construction industry or one with very limited knowledge of blueprints who desires basic knowledge and understanding of building plans, terminology, and concepts and is looking to improve their skills in reading construction drawing and specifications.
Ed Fisher, is Vice President/Project Manager at Light-Heigel Associates, Inc., a civil engineering and
surveying firm. Ed has been involved in the engineering and construction industry for more than 30 years. He brings a variety of real life construction experiences and knowledge to the classroom for problem solving and how to avoid problems. His goal in every class is to help participants gain confidence in their abilities and to put their knowledge to work.
Price includes: snack, textbook, architect and engineer scales, various course materials, and certificate of completion.
Preferred registration date: September 10, 2018
ABC Members may select the option to be invoiced. Non-members will need to please pay at time of registration either via credit card payment online or by calling Jo Ann at the Chapter office: (717) 653-8106.
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