This course introduces the basics of residential and small-scale commercial rainwater harvesting systems design. It is intended to serve as a first step in considering options for constructing a rainwater harvesting system or implementing a harvesting program.

This online course introduces you to Environmental Protection and Best Management Practices (BMPs) for planning and conducting transmission line construction and maintenance activities.

This course covers a full range of topics and design examples intended to provide engineers with the information needed to make knowledgeable decisions regarding the selection, design, fabrication, and construction of bracing systems for bridges.

This course provides practical information regarding the decking options and design considerations for steel bridges, presenting deck types such as concrete deck slabs, metal grid decks, orthotropic steel decks, wood decks, and several others.

This 4 PDH online course provides guidance on the design and construction of conduits, culverts, and pipes, and design procedures for trench/embankment earth loadings, highway loadings, railroad loadings, surface concentrated loadings, and internal/external fluid pressures.

This course provides guidance on how to establish the cause or causes for distress and deterioration of concrete, and the damage that has been detected.

This course contains guidelines and procedures for the design and construction of skid-resistant pavement, pavement evaluation with friction measuring equipment, and maintenance of high skid-resistant pavements.

This course provides guidance on best practices for earthquake-resistant house design and construction for use by builders, designers, code enforcement personnel, and potential homeowners

This course provides guidance on best practices for earthquake-resistant house design and construction for use by builders, designers, code enforcement personnel, and potential homeowners. It also introduces and explains the effects of earthquake loads on one- and two-family detached houses and identifies the code requirements intended to resist these loads.

Roundabouts are a common form of intersection control used throughout the world and increasingly in the United States. The course provides guidance on geometric planning and design, for single and multi-lane roundabouts.

This course gives guidance on using of concrete admixtures to ensure quality and appropriate concrete properties are achieved during design and placing of concrete mixes.

This course presents guidance for selecting economical foundations on expansive soil to minimize structural distress to within tolerable levels and guidance for minimizing problems that may occur in structures on expansive soils.

This course provides a general description of the various concrete deck types, a discussion of the basic structural behavior of concrete decks, and an overview of major design and detailing considerations.

The Concrete Construction course provides information on concrete form design and concrete mix design, reinforcement properties, as well as the procedures in batching concrete.

This course provides guidance on concepts and techniques for urban watershed restoration and provides a framework to evaluate subwatershed restoration potential.

The Extending Service Life of Existing RC Pavements course provides information on best practices in rehabilitation strategies for extending the service life of continuously reinforced concrete pavements

This course gives guidance on important consideration related to erection and construction of steel bridges, and approach to design for constructibility.

This course discusses the freeze-thaw resistance of several “marginal” air void mixes, with two different types of air-entraining admixtures (AEA)—a Vinsol resin and a synthetic admixture.

This 4 PDH online course provides an integrated approach to manage the solids generated in urban wet weather flows (WWFs), both on the land surface and in drainage sewer systems.

The course provides methods for designing the frost protected shallow foundation, selecting insulating materials as well as its’ limits and typical applications.

The Bases and Subbases for Concrete Pavements course is intended for civil engineers and other construction professionals interested in learning about Bases and Subbases for Concrete Pavements.

This course discusses the activated sludge process employed extensively throughout the world in its conventional form and modified forms, all of which are capable of meeting secondary treatment effluent limits at wastewater treatment plants.

This course will introduce you to design and construction of levees for flood protection and in connection with a variety of water resources projects such as dams, reservoirs and aqueducts.

This course will introduce you to methods for controlling seepage and settlement in the construction of levees, and to generally acceptable guidelines for levee slopes.

Pavement Design in Seasonal Frost Conditions course introduces special methods for pavement design of roads, parking and open storage areas in frost conditions

This course gives guidance on important consideration related to erection and construction of steel bridges, and approach to design for constructibility.

This course provides information about four natural gas pipeline flow equations, along with information about the fluid properties needed and their estimation or calculation.

Wastewater Treatment I – Activated Sludge course provides background on biological wastewater treatment and design calculations for an activated sludge aeration tank

This course provides discussion of and detailed examples of process design calculations for a single stage BOD removal MBBR system, a two-stage BOD removal MBBR system, a single stage tertiary nitrification MBBR system, a two-stage BOD removal/Nitrification MBBR system a post-anoxic denitrification MBBR system and a pre-anoxic denitrification MBBR system.

This course includes discussion of process design calculations for the membrane module used in an MBR system, for an MBR aeration tank designed to provide BOD removal and nitrification, and for a pre-anoxic tank to go with an MBR BOD removal and nitrification system.

This course is devoted to the more widely used sharp-crested weir. The major emphasis is on the calculations used for flow rate over various types of sharp-crested weirs.

This course is about measurement of the flow rate of a fluid flowing under pressure in a closed conduit. Several categories of pipe flow measurement devices are described and discussed, including some associated calculations.

The Manning Equation for Open Channels course provides guidelines for uniform open channel flow, where channel slope, water velocity and water depth remain constant.

The Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculations course includes a review of the Manning equation, along with presentation of equations for a pipe of known diameter.

The course discusses Rational Method equation calculations for determination of the design rainfall intensity and time of concentration of the drainage area

The Trenching and Excavation Safety online PDH course is a part of the Health and Safety category of courses. Excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous construction operations.

This course provides guidance on design and construction of residential foundations. The course includes information on concrete, masonry, and other type of foundation structures.

This course provides guidance on design loads for residential buildings and focuses on those aspects of ASCE 7 and other technical resources that are particularly relevant to the determination of design loads for residential structures.

This course provides guidelines for repair and retrofit of fatigue cracks in steel bridges and is a guide for engineers to use for design and detailing of repairs and retrofits for fatigue cracks.