901 - Engineering Plan Development and Application
- Course Number: C901
- Course Title: Engineering Plan Development and Application
- Course Level: Intermediate
- IRWA Credits: 8 QEU / CEU
- AQB Credits: Not Applicable
- Prerequisites: Not Applicable
This one-day, intermediate-level course presents
engineering fundamentals and the practical applications of information contained in engineering plans.
The course covers topographic and property information on engineering plans, the inter-relationship of
plan, profile and cross section views, the horizontal and vertical alignment of a centerline, aerial
photogrammetry, state plane coordinates, utility line crossings of highways, contours, calculating
earthwork and the interpretation of right of way plans.
- New SR/WA: An intermediate course that is required for the RWA certification.
- Generalist: An intermediate elective course that can be applied in the Generalist Pathway for the SR/WA designation and the Oil & Gas Pathway for the RWP certification.
- Specialist: An intermediate course that is required for the R/W-NAC certification.
- How to read topographic and property information on plans
- The interrelationship of plan, profile and cross section sheets
- How to determine the horizontal and vertical alignment of a centerline
- How to use aerial photogrammetry
- Plane coordinates
- Utility line crossings of highways
- Contour line characteristics
- How to calculate earthwork
- Interpreting right of way plans
Course Tuition Includes
- Participant Manual
- Engineering tools (engineering scale, protractor and straight edge)
- Large scale printed map