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Architecture and Construction (2009)
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1.) Identify types and sizes of concrete aggregates.

•  Identifying special types of concrete and their uses
•  Identifying types of concrete reinforcement materials
Architecture and Construction (2009)
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2.) Produce volume estimates for concrete quantity requirements.

•  Determining concrete curing times, methods, and materials
Architecture and Construction (2009)
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3.) Identify various kinds of footings, including continuous, spread-stepped, pier, and grade beam.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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4.) Describe components of footing forms and pier forms.

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5.) Demonstrate the layout and construction of selected footing forms.

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6.) Identify continuous-pier, pile-cap, and grade-beam footings.

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7.) Identify types of concrete structures that require the construction of foundation edge forms.

•  Explaining the purpose of edge forms in foundations
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8.) Demonstrate the construction and disassembly of slab-on-edge forms.

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9.) Use grade information to set concrete screeds.

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10.) Identify various types of concrete forms and their components.

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11.) Demonstrate the construction, plumbing, and bracing of various concrete forms, including basic wall, ganged wall, radius wall, column, beam, shoring, and stair forms.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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12.) Describe purposes of basic processes involved in placing reinforcing bars.

•  Identifying standardized bar bends according to the American Concrete Institute (ACI)
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13.) Interpret reinforcement bar lists used in selecting concrete reinforcement systems.

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14.) List types of ties used in securing concrete reinforcing bars.

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15.) Use selected tools and equipment to cut, bend, and install reinforcing materials.

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16.) Demonstrate the placement of reinforcement bars in walls, columns, beams, girders, joists, and slabs.

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17.) Identify lapped and welded splices used for securing concrete reinforcement bars.

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18.) Identify the purpose of various types of concrete joints.

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19.) Recognize factors affecting the quality of concrete placement.

•  Demonstrating methods for concrete placement finishing procedures
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20.) Identify equipment used to transport concrete.

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