Courses


Introduction to Plan Reading & Contract Interpretation Course CSA14

May 01, 2023 —
May 03, 2023

University of Guelph


Introduction to Plan Reading and Contract Interpretation guides you through the relevant data found in various engineering documents then reviews the components of a municipal contract. Using the information, you work through practical examples in applying the data to the administration of construction contracts.

Course Content
• Symbols and abbreviations on plan views
• Symbols and abbreviations on profile views
• Existing site conditions
• Plan vs profile drawings
• Elevation and grade (including calculations)
• Specialized information and instructions
• Environmental contract components
• Contract elements and content
• Bonds, insurance and method payment
• Information for bidders
• Case studies based on actual projects
• Roles of Inspectors

Who Should Attend
Road supervisors, inspectors, lead hands, forepersons, and any personnel directly involved in the administration of construction contracts.

Accreditation
This course is recognized by:

  • This course qualifies as a “specialized course” for the Association of Ontario Road Supervisors (AORS) Certified Road Supervisors – Intermediate level (CRS-I)
    certification program.
  • This course will count towards the OACETT continuing professional development requirements. Contact cpd@oacett.org if you have any questions.
  • The Engineering Institute of Canada awards 2 Continuing Education Units to this course. 

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