Complete 38 Hour Building Official Renewal Package | Minnesota

$449.00

38 Credit Hours | Video & Narrated Course 
This course fulfills all your continuing education requirements for 2-year renewal cycle and is made up of the following courses:

  • Estimating and Bidding for Success (Includes 1hr Business Management)
  • Successful Site & Building Design
  • Design Dos and Don’ts in Metal Structures and Existing Buildings
  • Construction Health and Safety Compliance
  • Code and Energy Efficient Building
  • Environmental Issues
  • Free Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades
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Estimating and Bidding for Success


COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Description

This course is an introduction to the construction estimating process. Although this course will be beneficial to junior estimators just entering in this field, it could also help architects, engineers, and contractors become more familiar with how bids are prepared. The following material will explain the methods of construction delivery, different types of estimates, and the tools needed by the estimator to tender a bid. Being able to read and understand blueprints is also integral to the estimating process. Knowing how to apply and itemize costs for specific activities and materials, based on a set of plans and related professional resources, is key. The estimator who can visualize the project, and accurately determine its costs will become one of the most important persons in any construction company.


BIDDING AND ESTIMATING

Learning Objectives:

1) Recognize the features and advantages of at least five types of estimates
2) Outline a properly constructed estimate that will encompass all the necessary components required for a successful and profitable project
3) Identify the responsibilities of the bid team, and what bid day duties include
4) Gain an understanding of the use of spreadsheets and/or software in structuring a bid program

Types of Estimates

Methods of Estimating

1. General Contracts
2. Construction Management

3. Design Build

Types of Contracts

1. Negotiated
2. Unit Price

3. Time and Material

Types of Estimates

1. Conceptual
2. Budget

3. Assembly
4. Square Foot
5. Trade
6. Detailed Cost
7. Unit Price

The Bidding Process

Bid Documents

1. Invitation to Bid
2. Bid Form

3. Project Manual
4. Project Drawings
5. Bid Bonds

The Bid Team

1. Owner’s Officer
2. Chief Estimator
3. Estimator’s Assistant
4. Subcontractor/Vendor Assistants

Pre-Bid Duties, Material Costs and Bid Day

Structuring the Bid Program

1. Identifying Work Scopes
2. Quantity Take-Off
3. Self Performed Work
4. Labor Costs
5. Project Overhead
6. Alternates
7. Sub/Vendor Quotes
8. Request for Information
9. Substitution Request
10. Common Sources for Error

Glossary

Assessment – 20 Questions

PLAN READING

Learning Objectives:

1) Identify the various pages/drawings of a blueprint and recognize the symbols used
2) Gain confidence in the ability to understand and accurately identify components of an architectural rendering
3) Correctly formulate mathematical computations to measure materials required for a construction project
4) Understand the need to be specific in all areas of plan reading

Parts of a Blueprint

1. Plans and Drawings
2. Schedules

3. Specifications

Reading the Plans

1. Practice Questions

a. Linear feet
b. Cubic yards
c. Locations
d. Door assemblies
e. Exterior trim
f. Stairways

Assessment – 5 questions

GUIDELINES FOR ESTIMATING

Learning Objectives:

1) Identify basic measurement standards and resources typically used in construction estimating
2) Gain confidence in the ability to understand and accurately identify components of an architectural rendering
3) Develop the skill required to apply production rates for varioius trades to reach an accurate estimate
4) Understand the importance of structuring a bid that includes enough gross or clear profit to not only survive, but to prosper

Guidelines I

Concrete
Masonry

Steel

Guidelines II

Carpentry

Guidelines III

Thermal and Moisture Protection
Doors and Windows
Finishes
Specialties
Making a Profit

Assessment – 20 Questions

FINAL ASSESSMENT- 30 Questions


Successful Site and Building Design

This educational offering is recognized by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry as satisfying seven (7) hours of credit toward Residential Building Contractor continuing education requirements.


Course Description

While land developers are seeking to maximize their land use and minimize their development costs, governmental regulations are applying pressures on budgets that can kill a project. Architects are being relied upon to steer site decisions and engineering professionals in order to produce cost-effective and functional designs that meet the myriad of growing municipal requirements. In this 3 hour, fully narrated course you will learn to navigate your entire team through the challenges and pitfalls of site development, all the time with an eye toward building design.

Developers of commercial, industrial and institutional buildings are driven by return on investment. Today’s building owners are savvy and they seek to balance the initial cost with the payback. Functionality, aesthetics, and methods of code compliance are each guided by financial investment and return. In this course, you will learn, from the foundation to the roof, from the appearance to the operation, from construction to maintenance, tried and proven methods for analyzing design decisions that will lead you to a greater reputation as a designer.

Most architects are familiar with the design process and are usually comfortable with at least one or more of the steps. However, what we learn in school needs to be coupled with the requirements of today’s many codes and regulations, the changes in material development, our client’s demand for a return on investment and the realities of construction budgets.

After completing this course,  participants will be able to:

  • Understand the process of securing the appropriate information that will help to develop a scope, schedule, and budget.
  • Be able to develop a building program, including site selection, utilization, and wayfinding.
  • Outline at least one design strategy based on site standards and utility coordination.
  • Summarize the steps that must be taken to in order to move forward with approvals, bidding, and construction.
  • Be able to integrate design concepts with current codes and regulations.
  • Translate the intentions and goals of the customer into a safe and cost effective project.
  • Utilize current materials and goods to ensure proper construction practices.
  • Recognize the importance of meeting the client’s demand for return on investment.

Course Syllabus

SITE DESIGN

Lesson One (20 minutes)

1. Pre-Design: Scope, Terms, Responsibilities, Permits
2. Securing Information: Services, Surveys, Contaminants, Authorities, Fees

Assessment

Lesson Two (15 minutes)

1. Programming: Basics
2. Site Evaluation: Utilities, Site Constraints

Assessment

Lesson Three (15 minutes)

1. Site Selection: Restrictions, Storm Water, Landscaping, Parking
2. Wayfinding

Assessment

Lesson Four (15 minutes)

1. Layout: Fire Lanes, Traffic, Space Considerations
2. Examples

Assessment

Lesson Five (45 minutes)

1. Accessibility
2. Site Lighting
3. HVAC
4. Grading
5. Pavement
6. LEED

Assessment

Lesson Six (15 minutes)

1. Water Service
2. Sanitary
3. Storm Water Management
4. Franchise Utilities
5. Examples

Assessment

Lesson Seven (15 minutes)

1. Video

Assessment

Lesson Eight (20 minutes)

1. Documentation: Drawings, Lighting, Paving, Utilities, Landscaping, GPS
2. Construction Administration
3. Conclusion

Assessment

BUILDING DESIGN

Chapter 1 (30 minutes)

1. Defining the Building Type
2. Initial Building Program
3. Initial Construction Budget
4. Ideal Building Size
5. Establishing the Construction Classification
6. Code Analysis

Assessment

Chapter 2 (30 minutes)

1. Site Evaluation
2. Reality Check
3. Building Concept
4. Selecting Consultants
5. Defining the Structural System
6. Selecting the Best Foundation System

Assessment

Chapter 3 (25 minutes)

1. Creating an Envelope
2. Laying out the Floor Plate

Assessment

Chapter 4 (25 minutes)

1. Dealership Videos

Assessment

Chapter 5 (25 minutes)

1. Specialty Functions
2. HVAC Systems
3. Plumbing Systems
4. Electrical
5. Selecting Your Materials

Assessment

Chapter 6 (5 minutes)

1. Specialty Materials
2. Specialty Design Services

Assessment

Final Assessment


Design Dos and Don’ts in Metal Structures and Existing Buildings
Includes One Hour of Energy Efficiency

This educational offering is recognized by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry as satisfying seven (7) hours of credit toward Residential Building Contractor continuing education requirements.

IMPORTANT: The State of Minnesota requires that you spend the full amount of time in the course. Please be sure to take your time and review the course in full in order to satisfy this requirement.


COURSE DESCRIPTION

Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings. This chapter will cover the advantages and disadvantages of using a pre-engineered metal building and why PEMB’s are economical. We will examine what needs to be considered when designing the foundations, building envelope, building systems, industrial equipment as well as code considerations. This chapter should equip the designer and builder to know the basic facts about Pre Engineered Metal Buildings.

Renovations and Additions. This chapter will cover pre-design, building design, structural concerns, making a watertight envelope, code issues, and construction details related to renovation and addition projects. This course will highlight the right questions, demonstrate how to investigate the important conditions and bring attention to the critical issues. Through the many following examples, this course will offer instruction on how to approach a renovation or addition project with justified confidence. 

Energy Efficient Insulation. Even as technological innovation creates new construction possibilities, incorporating energy-efficiency into building projects can not only provide a better quality of life, but also protect the environment.  A comprehensive approach to resource and energy efficiency is the best method to achieve a resource and energy efficient building.  This one hour course will help builders identify important considerations and then apply those principles to a specific project. 

After completing this course participants will be able to:

  • Outline the advantages and disadvantages of Pre-Engineered buildings
  • Identify the code requirements related to bearing capacity of foundations and slabs
  • Describe hazardous occupancies and control areas that are often found in this type of structure
  • Summarize the code considerations and issues related to special industrial construction
  • Be able to translate the requests of the client into a realistic, safe, and cost-effective project.
  • Gain confidence in the ability to specify, and identify any code related issues or requirements in order to facilitate proper construction.
  • Demonstrate how to investigate the important conditions and bring attention to critical issues.
  • Identify and integrate strategies that involve existing conditions, building design, structural concerns, and common issues.

Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings

Lesson 1 (20 minutes)

Introduction

Foundations

  • Conventional foundations
  • Deep foundations
  • Testing of bearing capacity beneath each column pad
  • Blasting for foundations
  • Slabs
  • Elevated slabs
  • Long span
  • Cantilevered walls
  • Anchor bolt reactions

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (20 minutes)

Equipment

  • Bridge cranes
  • Levelers

Systems

  • Hvac systems
  • Electrical: lighting, outlets, welding stations
  • Fire suppression

Envelope

  • Insulation

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 3 (25 minutes)

Code

  • Building size by code
  • Snow drift requirements
  • Hazardous occupancies and control areas
  • Comcheck

Special industrial issues

  • Truck docks
  • Steps outside loading docks
  • Trench drains
  • Pits
  • Overhead doors

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 4 (20 minutes)

Special industrial issues (cont.)

  • Mezzanines
  • Oil water separators/ trench drains

Geology

  • Subsurface conditions
  • Karst geology
  • Potential problems

Grounding

  • Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction

Repairs

  • Liability for repairs

Decorative Shapes

  • Options

Deferred Submittals

  • Timeline

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

 


Renovations and Additions

Renovations

Lesson 1 (15 minutes)

Pre-Design: Existing Conditions

  • Available Drawings
  • Building Survey and Measurement

Design

  • Layout and Appearance

Structural

  • Consultants
  • Leveling
  • Shoring

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (40 minutes)

Water-Tight Envelope

  • Roofing
  • Basement Walls
  • Fire Suppression

Code

  • Egress
  • Lighting
  • HVAC

VIDEO: Eave Design and Ventilation

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 3 (20 minutes)

Details

  • Trusses
  • Headers
  • Chemical Company/Concrete Materials
  • Corrosion
  • Erosion
  • Calamities 
  • Contaminants

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Additions

Lesson 4 (10 minutes)

Pre-Design

  • Existing Conditions
  • Underground Structures
  • Utilities
  • Multi-Family

Design

  • Appearance
  • Master Planning

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 5 (45 minutes)

Structural

  • Foundations
  • Leveling
  • Sistering and Floor Diagram
  • Trusses
  • Scissor Trusses
  • Snow Load
  • Soils

VIDEO: Foundations

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 6 (15 minutes)

Code

  • Accessibility
  • Zoning Restrictions
  • Fire Separation
  • Flood Plain
  • Which code
  • Separation Distance
  • Fire Lane
  • Constructability
  • Quality Control on Documentation

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)


Energy Efficient Insulation

Lesson 1 (50 minutes)

Where to Insulate

  • Attics
  • Exterior Walls
  • Floors/basements
  • Crawl space

Types of Insulation

  • Blanket/Batt
  • Concrete Block Insulation
  • Foam
  • ICFs
  • Loose fill
  • Radiant Barriers
  • Rigid Fiber Board
  • Sprayed Foam
  • SIPs

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (15 minutes)

Case Study

  • DOE Zero Energy Ready Home—Glastonbury

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 3 (15 minutes)

Case Study

  • DOE Zero Energy Ready Home—St. Paul

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)


This educational offering is recognized by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry as satisfying seven (7) hours of credit toward Residential Building Contractor continuing education requirements.

IMPORTANT: The State of Minnesota requires that you spend the full amount of time in the course. Please be sure to take your time and review the course in full in order to satisfy this requirement.

Construction Health and Safety Compliance 7HR CE 
Includes One Hour of Energy Efficiency


COURSE DESCRIPTION

1. Controlling Hazardous Energy. This training program covers Lockout/Tagout procedures for the use of appropriate lockout or tagout devices designed to isolate or disable equipment in order to prevent unexpected start up or release of stored energy, causing injury to employees.

2. Fall Protection. Falls are one of the most common types of serious injuries and deaths. Employers are responsible for maintaining a safe working environment, but when fall protection devices are impractical, personal fall protection equipment may be used. This course outlines the standard equipment use, maintenance and inspection requirements for harnesses, lanyards, lifelines, tethers and more.

3. Fire Safety. This course highlights standards related to fire safety, including prevention, types of fires, extinguishers and best practices.

4. Hazard Communication. In order to ensure chemical safety in the workplace, information about the identities and hazards of the chemicals must be available and understandable to workers. This course will outline employee Right-to-Know information, the Global Harmonizing System, Safety Data Sheets, and labels.

5. Personal Protective Equipment. Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as “PPE”, is equipment worn to minimize exposure to a variety of hazards. Examples of PPE include such items as gloves, foot and eye protection, protective hearing devices (earplugs, muffs) hard hats, respirators and full body suits. This course will outline the most common forms of PPE used in the workplace.

6. Respiratory Protection. Respirators protect workers against insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, and sprays. These hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death. Compliance with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard could avert hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses annually. This course outlines the types of respirators available, proper fit, and inspection/maintenance requirements.

7. Energy Efficiency: Air Sealing in New Home Construction Even as technological innovation creates new construction possibilities, incorporating energy-efficiency into building projects can not only provide a better quality of life, but also protect the environment. This one hour course will help builders identify important considerations regarding air sealing in new home construction.

After completing this course participants will be able to:

  • Outline the appropriate use of lockout/tagout procedures.
  • Identify the standard use, maintenance and inspection requirements for fall protection equipment.
  • Describe standards and requirements related to fire prevention and safety in the workplace.
  • Summarize the Hazard Communication requirements outlined by OSHA
  • Understand how to effectively implement personal protective equipment as required by OSHA
  • Outline the types of respirators available, including how and when these devices must be used.
  • Identify considerations regarding air sealing in new home construction.

Controlling Hazardous Energy

Lesson 1 (35 minutes)

  • Importance of lockout/tagout
  • Employees:
    • Authorized
    • Affected
    • Other
  • Energy sources disabled:
    • Plug boxes
    • Fuse locks
    • Breaker switch locks
    • Valve/pipe donuts or chains
  • Tags
    • Requirements
  • Group lockouts
    • Tags
    • Boxes
  • Stored energy release
  • Account for tools and replace guards

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Fall Protection

Lesson 1 (20 minutes)

  • Choosing the right equipment:
    • General Industry
    • Construction Trades
  • Positioning devices, rescue/retrieval devices
  • Harnesses
    • inspect, ANSI
    • proper fit
    • features

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (25 minutes)

  • Lanyards
    • inspect
    • locks and rivets
    • features
    • Pendulum Effect
  • Anchorage
    • requirements
    • best practices

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 3 (15 minutes)

  • Rescue plans
    • suspension trauma
    • best practices
    • trauma straps
    • tethers

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Fire Safety

Lesson 1 (35 minutes)

  • Prevention
  • Extinguishers
    • classifications of fire
    • types of extinguishers
    • maintenance and service
    • limitations
  • Operating extinguishers
    • PASS

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Hazard Communication

Lesson 1 (25 minutes)

  • Employee Right-to-Know
  • Global Harmonizing System
    • Pictograms
    • Labels
    • Containers
  • Reading the Label

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (25 minutes)

  • HMIS and NFPA Systems
    • Numbering scale
    • Colors
  • Safety Data Sheets
    • How to Read
    • PEL/STEL

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 3 (30 minutes)

  • Parts of the SDS

Quiz 3 Questions (1 minute)

Personal Protective Equipment

Lesson 1 (25 minutes)

  • Purpose
  • Hazard Assessment form
  • Hard Hats
    • ANSI approval Z89 rating
    • class and type
    • accessories
  • Eye Protection
    • ANSI Z87 rating
    • types

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (25 minutes)

  • Hearing Protection
    • ear plugs
    • muffs
  • Foot Protection
    • types
  • Gloves
    • types

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Respiratory Protection

Lesson 1 (20 minutes)

  • Identifying the hazards
  • Training
  • Medical evaluation questionnaire
  • Fit testing
    • positive/negative pressure
  • Fit check

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Lesson 2 (30 minutes)

  • Maintenance
  • Proper storage
  • Cartridges/gaskets
  • Types
    • half-face
    • full-face
  • Correct cartridges for toxin
  • Facial hair

Quiz 5 Questions (3 minutes)

Energy Efficiency: Air Sealing in New Home Construction

Lesson 1 (45 minutes)

  • Air Barriers
  • Detecting Air Leaks
  • Caulking Effectively
  • Weatherstripping Effectively
  • Vapor Barriers
  • Modern Ventilation Options

Quiz 3 Questions (1 minute)

Lesson 2 (15 minutes)

  • Case Study: DOE Zero Energy Ready Home Vadnais Heights, MN

Quiz 3 Questions (1 minute)

FINAL EXAM 10 Questions (5 minutes)


MN Code and Energy Efficient Building


COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Description

     Code:  Students successfully completing this portion of the course will gain confidence in their ability to use and understand the current Minnesota Residential Code.  It’s important to recognize the fact that without a standard to meet, many buildings would simply be too dangerous and unsafe to occupy, or, too costly to maintain. The building codes, and the building officials that enforce them, are there to safeguard the health, safety, property, and public welfare of the residents of Minnesota.

     Energy Efficient Building:  Even as technological innovation creates new construction possibilities, incorporating energy-efficiency into building projects can not only provide a better quality of life, but also protect the environment.  A comprehensive approach to resource and energy efficiency is the best method to achieve a resource and energy efficient building.  This chapter will help builders identify important considerations and then apply those principles to a specific project.

  


Code I

Introduction to the Minnesota Residential Code Book (28 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Gain familiarity with the Minnesota State Residential Code, and to recognize where and how it differs from the IRC.

1.  Minnesota State Residential Code, Chapter 1309
2.  Minnesota Code Format

3.  Chapter Overviews
4.  Permits and Zoning

Assessment

Chapter 1300 Administration and Logic (23 minutes)

*Learning Objective:   Be able to identify who is responsible for code enforcement, and describe the process of plan review through certificate of occupancy.

1.  Purpose, Application and Scope
2.  Duties and Powers of the Building Official

3.  Permits, Fees and Certificate of Occupancy
4.  Applying the Logic of the Code Book

Assessment

Minnesota Revisions and Definitions (20 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Recognize revisions and identify terms that are unique to Minnesota code.

1.  Revisions of the IRC
2.  Adoption of the IRC by Reference
3.  Definitions

Assessment


Code II

Chapter 3 Planning I (25 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Identify code requirements surrounding initial planning of a residential structure, including emergency egress specifications.

1.  Classification, Design Criteria
2.  Light, Ventilation and Heating
3.  Minimum Area, Ceiling Height, Sanitation, Glazing, Garages
4.  Emergency Escape Openings

Assessment

Chapter 3 Planning II (35 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Describe some of the specific requirements for residential structures, e.g., doors, windows and garages.

1.  Means of Egress
2.  Stairway Requirements and Guards

3.  Smoke Alarms, Foam Plastic, and Flame Spread
4.  Dwelling Unit Separation
5.  Moisture and Protection Against Decay

Assessment

 


 

Code III

Chapters 5-6 Structure (28 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Understand limitations that apply to wood framing, unit masonry and ICF wall construction.

1.  Wood Floor Framing
2.  Wood Wall Framing

3.  Masonry Construction
4.  ICF Construction
5.  Exterior Windows and Glass Doors

Assessment

Chapters 7-8-9 Wall Covering, Roofing and Exteriors (38 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Be aware of ventilation requirements, interior and exterior finishes, fasteners, and water resistive barriers, weep screeds and flashings.

1.  Wall Covering: Interior and Exterior
2.  Wood Roof Framing

3.  Roof Ventilation, Attic Access and Insulation Clearance
4.  Roof Coverings, Reroofing

Assessment


Energy Efficient Building

Lesson 1 (35 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Have an appreciation for energy consumption and healthy, “green” energy.

1.  “Making the Best of Rising Energy Costs”
2. 
“Profiles in Green”
3.  Environmental Concerns
4.  Cost Implications

Assessment

Lesson 2 (24 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Understand the importance of building placement on the lot, “Brownfield” site clean-up methods and the need for soil erosion control and basic methods.

1.  Evaluating the Site
2.  Remediation Strategies: Building orientation, erosion, water

Assessment

Lesson 3 (18 minutes) 

*Learning Objective:  Have an understanding of material properties, recycling and finally, some of the process for LEED certification.

1.  “Green” power generation
2.   Solar

3.   Performance

Assessment

Lesson 4 (27 minutes)

*Learning Objective:  Have an understanding of material properties, recycling and finally, some of the process for LEED certification.

1.  Photovoltaic
2.  Geothermal
3.  Recycling
4.  Air Quality
5.  LEED Rating System

Assessment

Final Exam (30 minutes)


Environmental Issues


COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Description

Human activity has been impacting the environment for thousands of years. Industrial, chemical, and energy related waste materials have had an exponential effect on the environment. It has only been in the last 50 years or so that environmental laws have been enacted to protect public health, safety and welfare, as well as preserving natural resources. These and other issues have made environmental law more and more prevalent as opposing groups seek to contain and remediate costs associated with contaminated sites and similar issues. 


ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

History

1. Industrial Revolution
2. Energy Consumption
3. Synthetics
4. Environmental Revolution
5. CERCLA
6. Environmental Site Assessment

Substances and Environmental Risk

Lesson 1

a. Introduction
b. Lead
c. Mold

Lesson 2

a. Radon
b. Asbestos
c. Vermiculite
d. Petroleum Based Contaminants
e. Underground Storage Tanks

Lesson 3

a. Farm Products
b. Heavy Metals
c. Formaldehyde
d. PCBs and PBBs

Brownfield Remediation TC

1. Examples

Federal and State Laws 

1. CERCLA
2. RCRA
3. Toxic Substance Control Act
4. Clean Air and Water Acts
5. Safe Drinking Water Act
6. NREPA
7. Stigma and Value


Social Media Marketing for Construction Trades


Course Description

Learn the ins and outs of social media marketing from experts that work in both social media and the construction industry. Use these tools and tricks to upgrade your personal and professional profiles, drive leads, and increase business.


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