Civil Engineering Continuing Education Online PDH Courses
These online PDH courses are intended for civil engineers looking to satisfy their state continuing education requirements through online PDH courses. Topics in this category and generally related to heavy civil engineering and include subjects such as water and waste water, bridges, roadways, environmental protection (wind, flood, earthquake) and others.
Additional topics covered include environmental impact of civil engineering works, utilities, stormwater, drainage, transmission lines, pavement design, foundations and many others.
This course provides an introduction to design criteria for treated water storage requirements at facilities, gives typical design analysis for elevated tanks, standpipes, and…
This course will give environmental and civil engineers and other design and construction professionals an introduction to the design, construction and process control considerations…
This course contains information on design features and practices affecting natural ventilation in buildings
The Ultra-High Performance Concrete for Bridges course provides guidance on design and construction, and actual and potential applications of UHPC
This online course provides information on environmental benefits of advanced oil and gas exploration and production technology.
This course will give you professional tools that will help you to understand the technical and design issues associated with marine fuel delivering and…
Pipelines and Ground Fueling Facilities online PDH course provides guidance for the design of pipelines and ground fueling facilities
An Introduction to Petroleum Fuel Piping online PDH course provides guidance for the design of new piping portions of fueling systems
The Net Zero Campus Using Modular Construction course looks at how modular construction can be utilized to develop a net zero energy campus.
This course provides guidelines on potential earthquake damage to hospitals and how these facilities can most efficiently improve their expected performance.
This course provides guidelines on structural, building envelope, and nonstructural building systems, and illustrates various types of wind-induced damage that affect them.
This course introduces the physical nature and mechanics of floods and explains how flood probabilities are determined and how flood hazard areas are identified.
This course provides guidance on design loads for residential buildings and focuses on those aspects of ASCE 7 and other technical resources that are…
This course provides guidance on above-grade wood structural systems in residential construction
This course provides guidelines and methodology for designing the lateral force resisting system in residential buildings.
This course provides guidelines and focuses on conventional wood connections that typically use nails, bolts, and some specialty hardware. Concrete and Masonry connections are…
This course provides guidelines on calculations of wind loads and connections for photovoltaic roof fixed panels.
This online PDH course provides guidance on grading, standards, and specifications for wood commercial products
This course provides guidance on stress grades and design properties for lumber, round timber, and ties.
This course includes guidance on provisions for the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC) pertaining to single level residential wood deck construction.
This course provides guidance on important new concepts in performance-based seismic design and new knowledge about the seismic hazard facing the United States.
This course provides guidance on attaching mechanical equipment to a building to minimize earthquake damage.
This course provides guidance on attaching electrical equipment to a building to minimize earthquake damage.