Fundamentals of Construction Inspection
Are you relatively new to the field of construction inspection or considering a career in that role? Will you be working on county or municipal construction projects? This course is intended for you!
This workshop will introduce new inspectors to the components and considerations for success. It will outline the roles and responsibilities of inspectors, discuss required documentation, help you practice communication skills, and assist you in understanding project documents, which include both plan drawings and written specifications.
Because of COVID-19, the spring 2020 sessions of this workshop have been canceled. In lieu of the canceled in-person workshops, we plan to make video recordings of the training and other materials available here in late summer.
- Inspector roles and responsibilities
- Introduction to site safety
- Communication and documentation
- Contract documents
- Tracking construction progress
- Understanding plans and specifications
- Ethics and behavior
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for new inspectors (0–5 years of experience) or those interested in becoming an inspector on county or municipal construction projects that involve roads and bridges.
For more information, or if you require special accommodations, please contact Katherine Stanley at email@example.com or 612-626-1023.
- 1.0 Roads Scholar Program Maintenance Certificate credit.
- To the best of our knowledge, this course meets the continuing education requirements for 7.0 PDHs as outlined in Minnesota Statute 326.107. More information concerning continuing education for professionals is available on the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID website.
This workshop is sponsored by the Minnesota Local Road Research Board, presented by Minnesota LTAP, and instructed by PE Services.