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Title: CP-31/PACK: Transportation Inspector Reference Package
Publication: Technical Documents
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Abstract:This package contains all of the resource materials needed to properly prepare for certification as an ACI Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector. The ring binder contains the following materials: CP-30 Inspector Workbook (includes program information, lesson plan, study aids, work experience forms and instructions); reprints of ACI documents (including ACI's Manual of Concrete Inspection, SP-2); reprints of ASTM documents; PCA'S Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures, Soil-Cement Construction Handbook, and Soil-Cement Inspector's Manual; and CRSI's Manual of Standard Practice. This package contains the documents needed to prepare for and take the ACI Certification examination for Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector and is intended only for this purpose. These resources are valued at $1,200