Structural Steel Repair and Erection - 8 PDHs
NYSSPE, 6 Airline Dr., Albany, NY 12205 / 8:00am-5:00pm
August 11, 2021

Offered by:  NYSSPE & Marzzo Engineering, PLLC - A New York State Approved Provider
Cost: $325 Members / $350 Non-Members 
Lunch included with fees - sub platters and salad
Location: NYSSPE/ECA Building, 6 Airline Dr., Albany, NY 12205

CDC guidelines
 will be followed

Structural Steel Repair and Erection (Part 1)
This course improves the Field Engineers’ understanding & oversight of steel repair and erection tasks through the application of Quality & Safety Assurance techniques. Lessons learned for both elevated and underground structural repair are studied & discussed. Topics include: field measurements; rivet removal; high strength bolt peculiarities; column splice deficiencies; unapproved foreign bolts; web stiffener & top flange replacement; sliding plate & rocker pin expansion joints; & column bas repair. 

Structural Steel Repair and Erection (Part 2)

This course is an extension of Part I and expands on the Engineers’ knowledge of steel repair & erection. It includes: lateral bracing repair; the correct & incorrect methods of temporary posting; introduction to welding; new steel erection; tower crane types and hazards; high strength bolt installation including turn of the nut method; OSHA requirements for a steel erection plan.

Speaker: William Rodwick, BSCE, MPS, PE

Mr Rodwick has worked over 24 years with NYC Transit and 25 years with the Army Corps of Engineers. He is a licensed PE in NYS, has a BSCE & MPA. His domestic & international experience ranges from soils and foundation design to construction management, Chief of Estimating, Chief of Design Mgt and Asst Chief of Engineering Division while with the Army Corps. At NYCT, he worked as Senior Construction Manager, Chief of Quality & Safety Mgt & Asst VP Engineering & Design. He has developed and presented over 20 different professional and technical courses to thousands of professionals. He is a Past President of the Practicing Institute of Engineering.