Feb 10 - Feb 14
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

In Person

Sewer & Watermain Construction Inspection Course TM43 - COURSE IS FULL

Offers an overview of major aspects of sewer and watermain installation from an inspector’s perspective.

Course Content

• Tender documents

• Inspector’s responsibilities

• Construction layout

• Geotechnical considerations, excavation & backfill

• Blasting

• Watermain design, installation & testing

• Disinfection of watermains

• Cathodic protection

• Dewatering

• Construction site safety

• Sanitary sewer design, installation & testing

• Demonstrations of installation and testing

• Environmental considerations

• Overview of trenchless technology
• Utilities

• Pipes & fittings

• Field Trip

Who Should Attend

Junior to intermediate level sewer and watermain construction inspectors.

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of sewer and watermain construction.

Evaluation Process

Examination and case studies

Accreditation
This course is recognized by:

  • This course qualifies as a “specialized course” for the Association of Ontario Road Supervisors (AORS) Certified Road Supervisors – Intermediate level (CRS-I) certification program.
  • This course may be used for technical specialist, technician, and technologist programs. Point Value = 7
  • The Engineering Institute of Canada awards 3.5 Continuing Education Units to this course.

Register online or send to register@ogra.org or fax to 289-291-6477. 

Bryan Bishop comes to us with 15 years of industry experience.  Bryan is with the City of Kitchener where he is working as a construction Project Manager on the Region of Waterloo’s Light Rapid Transit (LRT) project.  His previous role with the City entailed Construction Project Management on full road reconstructions,  trenchless sewer and water projects, stormwater management, and environmental remediation projects.

 

Bryan has worked for consultants, Municipal / Federal government and a contractor throughout his experience.  Through this diverse experience he has worn many hats including; machine operator, estimator, inspector, designer, surveyor, and site plan reviewer and worked on a 4 star resort project in Fiji.

 

Bryan currently sits on the Canadian Standards Association on plastic non pressure pipe, Region of Waterloo Design standards specifications, and City of Kitchener design standards specification.

Location

Centre for Health and Safety Innovation5110 Creekbank RdMississauga, ONL4W 0A1(905) 219-0044

Time

February 10, 2020 - Feb 14
8:00 am - 5:00 pm