ACE Awards 2023
Commercial Print Reading Fundamentals establishes the foundation and process necessary for students to understand commercial building prints. Skills learned in the course will be utilized throughout a construction career. Skills taught include reading site plans, architectural prints, foundation, and structural prints in addition to bonus content on how to read an Architect's / Engineer's Scale, understanding specifications / building codes, various building materials / uses, and understanding welding symbols on commercial prints.
Choose the format that works the best for you or your crew:
- The Online Hybrid course allows students to complete, at their own pace, reading assignments, online instruction, and workbook exercises during the week (approx. 3 - 4 hours weekly) and connect LIVE weekly with the instructor and other students in a "Live Learning Lab" to review the material for the week.
- The In-Person, 2 Day Intensive class is just that, 2 full days of instruction at the AGC Colorado Training Center covering the same material that the Online Hybrid course covers.
The text was written, and the course is taught by experienced commercial construction professionals and utilizes an on-line learning platform that organizes materials and content that is available two (2) years after you complete the course.
The Fundamentals of Commercial Print Reading Course includes the current (eighth edition, 2023) Print Reading for Construction, Residential and Commercial textbook.
Who should register for this class?
Laborers, Carpenter, Craft Workers, Crew Leaders, Estimators, Project / Field Engineers, Assistant / Area Superintendents, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Sprinkler and Controls Craft Workers looking to better understand Civil, Structural and Architectural Prints
Dan Rondinelli graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and built commercial construction projects for 34 years. Dan has also been teaching plan reading, quantity take-off, and estimating part-time for CSU since 1999.
Dan holds a "Class A" contractors license in the City and County of Denver and is a Certified Cost Professional. When Dan isn't building or teaching, you can find him in his wood shop where he enjoys working with his hands.
February 10th to March 29th Hybrid Course Registration
March 24 & 25 In-Person Course Registration
May 4 & 5 In-Person Course Registration - Location TBD
Questions? Contact Melissa Sotelo at email@example.com.