This course introduces steel reinforced concrete: production, fabrication and placement including valuable guidance with regard to early design considerations, material properties and options, pre-construction planning and general field considerations.
This course will introduce you to the opportunities for savings in early design, pre-construction, and construction. These considerations can make steel-reinforced concrete structures “construction-friendly,” efficient, and economically competitive in the marketplace.
In this course, you will learn about the various floor systems available and which ones are well-suited for different building types and uses.
This course introduces the Voided Flat Plate system and explores its unique benefits, example applications involving several building uses as well as design and construction considerations for evaluation in early system selection.
This course discusses common threats to a building's integrity, the degree to which these threats apply to your building, and some strategic options available to you based upon the building's intended use. These are concerns all building owners should consider before engaging the services of design and construction professionals.
This course will introduce you to the opportunities for leveraging steel-reinforced concrete's inherent material properties, as well as recent innovations that are expanding the possibilities of this age-old structural system.
This course is designed to provide an understanding of steel reinforced concrete construction. It is adapted from the popular reinforcing steel Detailer Training Program available to only CRSI Fabricator Members. Upon completing this fundamentals course you will have a working knowledge the basic elements of reinforced concrete structures and the key people involved in the reinforced concrete industry.