8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Scott McKay Concrete Technology Course TM35
- Cements and supplementary cementing materials
- Air entrainment
- Mix design
- Chemical admixtures
- Field and laboratory testing
- Ready mix concrete
- Transporting, placing, consolidating and finishing
- Pre-construction and pre-placement meetings
- Forms and falsework
- Reinforcing steel
- Curb and gutter, sidewalk and concrete barrier wall construction
- Hot and cold weather concrete
- Structure rehabilitation
- Relevant codes, standards and specifications
- Precast concrete products
- Concrete innovations
- Field trip
Who Should Attend
Those responsible for the construction, inspection, and/or testing of municipal concrete projects.
Completion of General Inspection (TM32), familiarity with CSA A23.1 & 2 and OPSS No. 904 and 1350
Work assignments, case studies and comprehensive final examination. Group case studies and assignments are an integral part of the course and may require evening work.
This course is recognized by:
- Association of Ontario Road Supervisors
- OACETT= This course may be used as credit in all exam programs including technical specialist, technician and technologist programs. Please contact OACETT to ensure that this course satisfies your particular examination program for certification. Point Value = 10. For individuals who receive ACI certification after completing this course, you will be allowed two (2) further point credits for a total of (12) twelve points.
- The Engineering Institute of Canada awards 3.5 Continuing Education Units to this course.
Register online or send to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 289-291-6477.
Sandra Lawson is the Town Engineer for the Town of Ingersoll in Southwestern Ontario. Ms. Lawson has over 35 years experience in Municipal Engineering and has been involved with the Ontario Provincial Standards for Roads and Public Works for over 15 years on the Pavement and Standards Management Committee.
Sandra Lawson is a graduate of Applied Science; Civil Engineering from Queen’s Engineering and started her career working as a Project Engineer in Medicine Hat, Alberta for Alberta Transportation. On returning to Ontario in 1988, Ms. Lawson spent several years with both a contractor and consulting firm before entering municipal engineering in 1992 as the Deputy and County Engineer in Huron County. Ms Lawson then spent ten years with the City of Brantford starting in 2002 as the Deputy Engineer and then the General Manager of Engineering & Operational Services. After a brief stint as the Director of Transportation & Environmental Services with the City of St. Catharines, she became the Town Engineer for the Town of Ingersoll in 2013.
Ms. Lawson is an active member of the Municipal Engineers Association being its President in 2004 and a previous Western Region Director of OPWA, as well as a member of PEO and a 4th generation engineer.
Holiday Inn, 590 Argus Rd., Oakville, ON L6J 3J3
TimeFebruary 26, 2024 - Mar 1
8:00 am - 5:00 pm