PILE DRIVING INSPECTORS QUALIFICATION COURSE
The following instructional piece titled “Pile Driving Inspector’s Qualification Course” is provided courtesy of: The Florida Department of Transportation, Construction Training Qualification Training Program. The course was prepared by Juan F. Castellanos, PE of the FDOT. Prepared in January of 2015, it is truly an excellent not only “student guide” but valuable reading for any individual involved in the pile driving industry from a pile buck, a crane operator, a pile foreman or a county or registered engineer.
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Engineers and Contractors have been designing and constructing roadways, structures, and bridges throughout Florida for years. Quality was expected to be achieved partially through the monitoring of construction by the Department’s Inspection staff. In the mid-1990s, the Federal government adopted 23 CFR 637B, which in general, requires that qualified personnel perform all sampling and testing on transportation projects.
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Marine Contractors are tradesmen who perform a variety of jobs, including bulkheads, piers, dredging and install pilings for boat slips and homes for both new and old construction. A few insurance companies have developed special insurance programs to address the insurance needs of Marine Contractors. Usually, these programs offer broad liability coverage at low rates and are available to small to mid-sized companies (less than $10,000,000 in receipts). Larger Contractors are offered coverage under different terms.