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Corporate Safety Services is holding a Handling An OSHA Inspection course
Friday April 27 9am-noon (cost is $25 per student)

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04/27/189:00am to 12:00pmMike Rosser


Corporate Safety Services is holding a Trenching/Excavating Course
Friday April 27 1-5pm (cost is $99 per student)

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04/27/181:00pm to 5:00pmMike Rosser


What's the Strength of That ... and the Other Thing?
 
One of the beautiful (and challenging) aspects of masonry construction is its composite nature. We often have block, mortar, grout, and reinforcing blended together in an assembly that is frequently characterized by a single property,
f′. What are the actual strengths of each of these components in the Front Range of Colorado? Which of these components should we test, and what should we expect from the test results? What about other types of masonry, such as historic clay brick, stone masonry, modern brick, self-consolidating grout, and other less-common masonry materials? This presentation will provide information on properties of various masonry components that you and your design teams are using in your structures right now.
 

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05/02/18 Kim Wyatt


Come join us for our annual Clay Shoot on May 4th at Kiowa Creek! Please note you will need to contact Kiowa Creek individually for all rentals. We will have 12 gauge and 20 gauge ammunition available, however if you need different ammunition you will have to bring it with you or purchase it though Kiowa Creek. We will have ears and eye protection as well.
 
Clay Schedule
11am Registration
11:30am Lunch
12pm Safety Briefing
12:30pm-3:00pm Clay Shoot
3:30pm Tailgate Party

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05/04/1811:00am to 3:30pmKim Wyatt


* Courses and dates are subject to change. Please be sure to check hispanic-contractors.org for the latest information on all Contractor Academy courses.

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05/14/18 


Masonry Field Testing
Presented by:Mike Schuller, P.E. and Josh Potter, ACI Masonry Field/Lab certified
with Atkinson-Noland and Associates, Inc.
May 16, 2018, 7:30-11:15am
University of Colorado Denver
North Classroom Building Rm 1806
1600 Broadway
Denver, CO 80202
Objective:
The purpose of the course is to educate those involved with field testing of masonry about the proper way to prepare specimens in the field and conduct laboratory tests. The target audience is test lab technicians, field testing personnel, test lab managers, mason contractors, and site superintendents.
 
The course is 3 hours long and is taught using lecture and laboratory demonstrations of different test methods. Samples of test reports, a summary of major ASTM procedures, and equipment lists for typical masonry field tests are included as course handouts. Following successful completion of the course, including a written test, students will receive a certificate of completion from RMMI.

Classroom: 1.25 hours
  1. Building code requirements for jobsite testing
  2. Testing Basics
  3. Mortar Testing
  4. Grout Testing
  5. Masonry Prisms
  6. Evaluating Test Results
VIII. Laboratory demonstrations: 1.75 hours
  1. ASTM summary sheets
  2. Sample test report
  3. Mortar: sampling and preparation of cubes and cylinders per ASTM C780
  4. Grout: ASTM C1019 slump and compression specimens
  5. Prisms: ASTM C1314 preparation
  6. Capping: ASTM C1522 grout sample
  7. Compression test: grout, prism
 

Free parking will be available in the Tivoli Parking Garage. You will receive a validation code after you register for the event.

 

 

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05/16/187:30am to 11:15amKim Wyatt


* Courses and dates are subject to change. Please be sure to check hispanic-contractors.org for the latest information on all Contractor Academy courses.

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05/22/18 


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05/25/18
-05/29/18
 


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06/08/18
-06/09/18
 Kim Wyatt


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