Commercial Print Reading Fundamentals Intensive - May 4 & 5 - In Person
This course establishes the foundation necessary for students to understand and interpret commercial building prints. Skills learned in this course 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.
The text was written, and the course is taught by an experienced commercial construction professional.
Textbook required for the course is included in the registration fee, the current (eighth edition, 2023) Print Reading for Construction, Residential and Commercial.
Who is the class for?
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.