To provide participants with an introduction to the basic practices related to the municipal inspection of sewer, watermain and road construction projects.
Note: The focus of this course is municipal projects. MTO projects/procedures will not be covered.
Who Should Attend?
Inspectors with a significant portion of their job duties related to the inspection of sewer and watermain installation and road construction. This course is a recommended prerequisite for several of the Municipal Infrastructure Training courses.
Passing Grade: 60%. Some evening work may be required to complete assignments.
This course is recognized by:
Register online or send to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 289-291-6477.
Andrew Particka is the Supervisor of Technical Operations with the City of Toronto. In his 30 year career with the city he has done general inspection, and supervised roads and sidewalk construction, and winter maintenance. Andrew graduated from the civil engineering technologist program at Seneca College and holds a CET designation.
Lee Robinson is a Professional Engineer employed as the General Manager Public Works and Environmental Services for Norfolk County. Prior to that, she was the Director of Engineering with the County of Brant for over a decade. She spent some time in the private sector as the Construction Manager – Urban Land Division for Stantec.
Centre for Health and Safety Innovation
5110 Creekbank Rd