ICC Structural Bolting Online Training Course
Structural steel is one of the most common structural framing systems and is used in tandem with concrete and masonry structures. Understanding how it interfaces with the other structural disciplines and how to inspect it provides the inspector a high level of confidence and opportunities for significant career advancement. Yet structural steel is used in tandem with concrete and masonry structures on most projects. Understanding how it interfaces with the other structural disciplines and how to inspect it brings mastery and a level of confidence that is necessary for professional advancement.
Steel is expensive and can be erected quickly. But what’s really involved with structural steel and high strength bolting? What are the differences in the code, and in the field between pretensioned and snug-tightened connections? What’s involved in turn-of-the-nut, DTIs, and twist-off bolts, and how do I inspect each? When is steel framing selected over a concrete system, and what engineering properties are advantageous with structural steel?
Steel inspectors are some of the highest paid inspectors in the industry. Understanding steel and bolting is step one for a steel inspection career and lays the groundwork for learning structural welding. Our online training builds this knowledge, provides the test preparation, and fast tracks the training needed to master this discipline.
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