Heavy Highway Construction Trainee Guide Level 2 with Construction Drawings, 2nd edition
Published by Pearson (December 15th 2017) - Copyright © 2018
Highway and Bridge Construction Level 2 Trainee Guide (Subscription)
ISBN-13: 9780134745671Includes: eText
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Heavy Highway Construction Trainee Guide Level 2 with Construction Drawings
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Table of contents
(Module ID 27306-14; from Carpentry Level Three)
(Module ID 36107-17) Explains the operation of plants used to manufacture concrete and asphalt paving and describes the different types aggregates.
(Module ID 36108-17) Describes paving operations, paving equipment, recycling processes, and quality control requirements for both concrete and hot-mix asphalt paving.
(Module ID 27309-14; from Carpentry Level Three)
(Module ID 27308-14; from Carpentry Level Three)
(Module ID 27304-14; from Carpentry Level Three)
(Module ID 36112-17) Introduces the trainees to the safety concerns associated with concrete, as well as concrete testing, concrete admixtures, and the proper procedure for placing concrete.
(Module ID 30108-11; from Ironworking Level One)
(Module ID 30109-11; from Ironworking Level One)
(Module ID 36201-17) Describes the common types of bridges, along with the components that make up the substructure and superstructure of a bridge. The module also discusses the types of materials used in bridge construction, presents basic surveying equipment and practices, and explains how to interpret bridge drawings.
(Module ID 36202-17) Describes the types of footings used to support bridges, as well as various types of piles and piledriving methods. Safety practices associated with pile driving on land and in marine environments are also covered, along with environmental protection issues.
(Module ID 36203-17) Describes the forms used to fabricate concrete walls, columns, footings, pile caps, and other bridge structures. This module covers site-built and manufactured forming systems and includes instructions for cleaning and storing forms.
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