Steel Erector

Steel Erector
Introduction
Steel erectors work in the development and designing commercial ventures, introducing and settling together pre-assembled steel braces, funnel work and pillars, which make up the system structures and structures. They chip away at a wide assortment of occupations huge and little, including office advancements, industrial facility units, lodging, sports stadia and scaffolds.

General Information
Course Industry:
Steel Erector
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Asif Jah, Mr. Asad Ali
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
12,000 PKR ($240)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

•               Have an exhaustive comprehension and information of enumerating essentials

•               Be certain working with itemizing drawings and procedures archives

•               Know the basics around itemizing segments, bars, associations and trusses

•               Have the hypothetical information of a detailer with years of experience

•               Take the information you have procured to the itemizing shop and be more                                  certain furthermore, open to tending to specifying issues

•               Be acquainted with tables in the AISC Steel Construction Manual and                                        know how to utilize them Certificates 

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training: Half an hour daily            (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                     One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                   Six (06) hour daily              (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction

  • structural steel design & construction process
  • Structural materials fabrication & erection.
  • ASD and LRFD calculation methods
  •  weights of beams, plates, and HSS calculation methods

Contract Documents and the Detailing Process

  • design drawings
  • detailing process typical steps
  • Trade mathematics looks at
  • Forces in trusses, walls and floor slabs
  • Column schedules and load tables

Common Connection Details

  • Fasteners
  • Forces in bolts and welds
  • Common bolted shear connections
  • Common welded shear connections
  • Selecting connections
  • Column splices
  • Truss connections
  • Calculate bolt length, shear and tensile strength, and flange thickness
  • Double-angle, shear end-plate and all-bolted seated connections.
  • Truss working points and the center-of-gravity on angles  

Basic Detailing Conventions

  • Materials identification
  • Piece marking
  • Advance bills of materials
  • Shop bills of materials
  • Clearance requirements
  • Tolerances
  • Sheet numbers
  • Erection marks
  • Right and left hand details
  • Welding processes
  • Economy of welds
  • Painting
  • Galvanizing

Project Set-up and Control

  • Pre-construction conference
  • Project-specific connections
  • Coordination with other trades
  • Advance bills for columns, trusses and beams
  • Sample detailing kick-off meeting agenda

Erection Drawings

  • Mill (Industrial) and Tier Buildings
  • Methods for giving filed instructions for bolting and welding
  • Locating marks
  • Temporary structures
  • Review of erection aids
  • Matchmarking

Shop Drawings and Bills of Materials

  • Preparation of shop drawings bills of materials
  • anchor rod placement, columns, beams and girders, trusses, bracing systems, roof
    and wall framing, clearances for bolting, welding and field work.

Drawing Examples

  •  grid systems, elevations, centerlines, running dimensions and clearances
  •  Examples of principles apply to beams and columns

Detailing Quality Control and Assurance

  • Procedures of Quality control & assurance