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BLDG 122 CONTRACTOR'S LICENSING 3.0
Rules and regulations of State ContractorÆs License Board; legal aspects of business. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 151 CABINET AND MILLWORK FOR MODEL HOME CONSTRUCTION 4.0
Fabrication and installation of cabinets and millwork (door jambs, doors and moldings) for Model Home Construction projects. Safety instruction with hand and power tools in wood shop and at building site. Tools, processes and materials used in cabinetmaking and millwork. Basic blueprint reading, drawing, estimating and preparation of materials take-off list. Use of measurement, layout tools, laminates and lumber substitutes. Installation of cabinet and door hardware. Trade technical calculations. Related local and Uniform Building Codes and standards. Total of 36 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 152A CABINETMAKING FOR THE STUDENT BUILT HOME CONSTRUCTION 4.0
Recommended Preparation: Bldg 212, 220.
Fabrication of cabinets (kitchen, bath and laundry, etc.) for student built home construction project. Safety instruction with hand pneumatic and power tools in shop and at building site. Tools, processes and materials used in cabinetmaking. Reading and understanding of working drawings for estimating and preparation of materials take-off. Use of measurement and layout tools, laminates and lumber substitutes. Trade technical calculations and related local and International Building Codes and Standards and Title 24. Total of 36 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 152B CABINET INSTALLATION & MILLWORK FOR HOME CONSTRUCTION 4.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 152A.
Recommended Preparation: Bldg 212, 220.
Installation of cabinets, hardware, interior door jambs, interior doors and mouldings for student built home construction projects. Safety instruction with hand, pneumatic and power tools in shop and at building site. Tools, processes and materials used in cabinet installation and millwork. Reading and understanding of working drawings for estimating and preparation of materials take-off. Use of measurement, layout tools, laminates and lumber substitutes. Trade technical calculations. Related local and International Building Codes and Standards and Title 24. Total of 36 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 210A BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 5.0
Design and building of structures. Safety problems; blueprint reading, laying of foundations, building forms; concrete mixes and estimates of quantities; setting mud sills, girders, floor joists and plates; roughing in complete buildings, laying of bracing and bridging, laying of all rafters from blueprints. Each course 5 units, 10 hours. Total of 54 hours lecture and 126 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 210B BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 5.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 210B requires Bldg 210A.
Design and building of structures. Safety problems; blueprint reading, laying of foundations, building forms; concrete mixes and estimates of quantities; setting mud sills, girders, floor joists and plates; roughing in complete buildings, laying of bracing and bridging, laying of all rafters from blueprints. Each Course 5 units, 10 hours. Total of 54 hours lecture and 126 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 212 PRINT READING FOR CONSTRUCTION 3.0
Review of basic drafting symbols as they appear on prints, analysis of multi-view and isometric drawings. Interpretation of working drawings, specifications and symbols on typical construction documents. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 213 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CODES AND STANDARDS 3.0
Codes and standards for building construction and design; fire protection features; shear paneling, steel hardware connections and design for earthquake mitigation; disabled accessibility design; reporting and clearance of asbestos containing materials (ACM); energy conservation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 214 MATERIALS & PROCESSES OF CONST: SUB GRADE TO FLOOR FRAMING 3.0
Principles of engineering, structural plan reading, site layout, site grading, foundations, concrete construction, pre-stressed concrete, gunite. Disabled access design; earthquake mitigation design, reporting and clearance of asbestos containing materials (ACM) and other hazardous waste; energy conservation design. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 215 MATERIALS & METHODS OF CONST: FLOOR THROUGH ROOF FRAMING 3.0
Properties and erection of structural materials; lumber framing, structural metals, masonry and use of other materials. Insulation and glazing for energy conservation. Hardware and shear paneling for seismic reinforcement. Construction inspectorÆs duties. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 218 INSPECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS 3.0
Properties of architectural materials, lumber, roofing, wall finishes, flooring and covering, glass and glazing, finishes. Engineering principles pertaining to heat, acoustics, humidity, roof construction, interior and exterior materials, finish carpentry, hardware and trim. Final inspection procedures. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 220 ESTIMATING FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 3.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 212 or Bldg 230A, or Bldg 210A and Bldg 210B.
Theory of estimating; structure of plans and specifications estimates; quantity surveying; unit cost synthesis and analysis; bid organization and preparation; competitive simulations and exercises; the estimatorÆs qualifications, responsibilities and ethics. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 221 ELEMENTS OF GRADING INSPECTION 3.0
Earth moving operations: Site investigations, soil analysis and soil mechanics. Plan reading; review of soils, engineerÆs foundation inspection reports. Foundation and steel reinforcement inspection requirements. Hillside construction and inspection requirements. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 222 PRINCIPLES OF HOUSING AND ZONING REQUIREMENTS 3.0
Purpose and intent of Zoning and Housing regulations. Land use, buildable areas, yards and allowable projections. History of parking requirements. Reading and interpretation of plans. Non-conforming rights, Code enforcement, Criminal Complaint Applications, Administrative Abatement of dangerous building and the appeal process. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 223 PRINCIPLES OF PLUMBING INSPECTION 3.0
Plan reading and inspection for underground plumbing (water, gas, drains and vents); above-ground plumbing and venting; finished plumbing systems. The Uniform Plumbing Code enforcement process. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 224 PRINCIPLES OF HEATING AND REFRIGERATION INSPECTIONS 3.0
Plan reading and inspection of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation systems. Ducts, conductors, fuel supply, controls, insulation and refrigeration. The Uniform Mechanical Code enforcement process. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BLDG 230A BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 10.0
Introduction of apprentice carpentry and the building construction trade. Safety orientation in the shop and on the job site including safety practices in demolition. Grading, site development and use of builderÆs level. Orientation to and application of building layout, materials used in construction, estimation of materials, concrete form work, placing of concrete under floor framing, girder and floor joist layout. Trade technical calculations. Introduction of local and Uniform Building Codes, standards and Title 24. Required instructional trips. No credit if taken after Bldg 210A-B. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 230B BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 230A.
Introduction of residential blueprint reading; construction site work; builder's level and transit application. Construction of foundation and floors. Related safety practices in shop and construction site; material take-off, rough plumbing. Under floor insulation and sub-floor installation. Lay out of exterior and interior walls. Trade technical calculations. Related local and Uniform Building Codes, standards, and Title 24. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 230C BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 230B.
Introduction to rough framing, roof framing, and stair building. Related safety practices in shop and on construction site. Importance of the measuring tools and their use. Stud, joist, and rafter layout. Roof rafters of equal, unequal or odd sloped roofs; roof sheathing and coverings. Framing to allow for plumbing, electrical, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). Drywall construction. Interior and exterior stair building. Trade technical calculations. Related local and Uniform Building codes, standards and Title 24. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 230D BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 230C.
Application of interior and exterior finish. Related safety in shop and construction site. Taping and finishing dry wall application. Completion of exterior finish, plumbing fixtures, painting, and ceramic tile. Application of floor covering, cabinet and mill work. Form and place concrete drive. Completion of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). Trade technical calculations. Related local and Uniform Building Codes, standards, and Title 24. Required instructional trips. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 232A ADDITIONS AND REMODELING 10.0
Remodeling carpentry and related mechanical and electrical work. Blueprint reading, permits and codes, materials take-off, carpentry mathematics, foundation work, rough framing, heavy timber, exterior and interior finish, hardware, hand and power tools, safety and security. Each course 10 units, 20 hours. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 232B ADDITIONS AND REMODELING 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 232B-D each requires the satisfactory completion of preceding course in this sequence.
Remodeling carpentry and related mechanical and electrical work. Blueprint reading, permits and codes, materials take-off, carpentry mathematics, foundation work, rough framing, heavy timber, exterior and interior finish, hardware, hand and power tools, safety and security. Each course 10 units, 20 hours. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 232C ADDITIONS AND REMODELING 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 232B-D each requires the satisfactory completion of preceding course in this sequence.
Remodeling carpentry and related mechanical and electrical work. Blueprint reading, permits and codes, materials take-off, carpentry mathematics, foundation work, rough framing, heavy timber, exterior and interior finish, hardware, hand and power tools, safety and security. Each course 10 units, 20 hours. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
 
BLDG 232D ADDITIONS AND REMODELING 10.0
Prerequisite: Bldg 232B-D each requires the satisfactory completion of preceding course in this sequence.
Remodeling carpentry and related mechanical and electrical work. Blueprint reading, permits and codes, materials take-off, carpentry mathematics, foundation work, rough framing, heavy timber, exterior and interior finish, hardware, hand and power tools, safety and security. Each course 10 units, 20 hours. Total of 90 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.