How to Read Construction Drawings - Sudbury
Date: 12/18/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Location: Sudbury Police Department
75 Hudson Road
The class will cover the basics of reading construction plans primarily for infrastructure improvement projects including but not limited to: Property lines, subdivision plans (includes plan and profiles for roadway, stormwater drainage, sanitary sewer), site plans, conservation commission plans, and other plans that may be considered appropriate.
Participants will learn to:
• Use a scale
• Read notes
• Understand topography
• Read plan and profile sheets
• Interpret property lines (metes and bounds).
This class is designed for anyone who needs to find information in a set of plans. From new foremen and inspectors, to office personnel who answer questions from the public, this introductory class breaks the code.
Please bring a calculator (nothing fancy is needed) and a pencil.
If you need to register people other than yourself, call us at 413-545-2604 and we’ll make you a Registration Manager.
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- Dan Dulaski
Professional Engineer at Northeastern University
Daniel M. Dulaski, PhD, PE, is a licensed professional engineer in Massachusetts. He has worked for private firms in varying capacities and two municipalities - he was the town engineer for Amherst, MA. He has over 24 years of experience in reviewing, designing, and managing infrastructure improvement projects. Dr. Dulaski has created and presented many workshops and short courses for municipalities and agencies in Massachusetts.