Site Layout Level 2 Trainee Guide, Paperback
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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Advanced Surveying Math, Survey Equipment Use and Care Two, EDMIs and Total Stations, Control Setup, Boundary and Topography Surveys, Data Collection and Basic Computer Skills, Concrete Properties and Quality Control and Means and Methods
Table of Contents
(Total Level Hours: 145)
78201-04 Advanced Surveying Math (30 Hours)
Covers the advanced math needed for site layout, including area and volume of solids, use of the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for distances and angles, and use of polar and rectangular coordinates. Covers common coordinate and grid systems.
78202-04 Survey Equipment Use and Care Two, EDMIs and Total Stations (10 Hours)
Covers the setup, use, calibration, and care of electronic distance measuring instruments and total stations.
78203-04 Control Setup (30 Hours)
Contains information and instructions for setting up, running, recording, and closing a horizontal traverse and a level loop. Also covers primary and secondary control plans, as well as vertical control for multilevel structures.
78204-04 Boundary and Topography Surveys (10 Hours)
Contains information and instructions for gathering, recording, and plotting profile and cross-section leveling data. Includes plot and site plans to identify rights-of-way, utilities, setbacks, boundaries, and tie-in locations.
78205-04 Data Collection and Basic Computer Skills (10 Hours)
Covers the use of integrated total station systems and GPS surveying systems. Explains the use of integrated field and office software to collect and manage data.
78206-04 Concrete Properties and Quality Control (15 Hours)
Covers the chemical and physical properties of concrete and the components, such as cement, aggregates, and admixtures, that make up the concrete mixture. Explains the various methods and equipment used to sample, test, and inspect concrete.
78207-04 Means and Methods (40 Hours)
Provides extensive coverage of soils and their classifications and explains how various soils behave in excavations. Covers the safety procedures and equipment used when working in or near trenches. Provides layout procedures for footings, piers, building corners, columns, walls, embedments, and stairs.
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