A study of the various techniques for concrete utilization in residential and light construction from the theoretical concepts of hydration to the practical experience of verifying site conditions, interpreting data used to establish conditions of level, square, plumb, parallel, and perpendicular, tying steel, and placing and finishing a concrete slab.
Students get hands on experience with:
- verifying site conditions
- interpreting data used to establish conditions of level, square, plumb, parallel and perpendicular
- tying steel
- placing and finishing a concrete slab
Each class completes projects designed to give the students hands-on experience in using concrete as a building material.
Course Syllabus is available on the current semester's schedule page
Photos of projects from several classes
Photos of building piers and footings
Photos of building a slab
Photos of the first Round Rock concrete class