ITCP – Cured In Place Pipe Class
When: Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM & Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Williamsburg, VA
Cost: $1050 for non-members and $950 for NASSCO members
Trainer: David A. Reaves, P.E., L.S., 757-874-5670, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Description: NASSCO’s Inspector Training and Certification Program (ITCP) is a standard national training and certification program that provides field construction professionals (i.e. consulting and municipal engineers, contractors) with comprehensive learning and tools to understand and inspect trenchless pipeline renewal technology.
Attendees who successfully complete the training will receive 1.35 Continuing Education Units and a certificate. They will also get a copy of the Trenchless Assessment Guide for Rehabilitation (TAG-R), an interactive software program that will allow the engineer and inspector to select applicable technologies for different project conditions.
Chapter 1 – Existing Pipe Defects and How They Affect CIPP Installations
Chapter 2 – Overview of the CIPP Technology
Chapter 3 – The Field Installation of Cure-In-Place Pipe (CIPP)
Chapter 4 – Writing and Understanding Performance Specications for CIPP
Chapter 5 – Pipeline Renewal Technologies and Their Applications
Register: here or call 757-874-5670
Trainer Bio: David Reaves is a two-time graduate of Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (1992) and a Master of Science Degree (1994) with a concentration in Engineering Management. David is a certified trainer for NASSCO and can teach classes for Pipeline Assessment Certification (PACP), Lateral Certification Assessment (LACP), Manhole Certification Assessment (MACP), and Inspector Training and Certification (ITCP) for Trenchless Rehabilitation. David also teaches classes at the college level for civil engineering as time allows and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
David has twenty-seven (27) years of sanitary sewer related experience. David started his career as the Regional Wastewater Commodity Manager for the Navy in the Hampton Roads area. After five (5) years and over 50 million dollars worth of completed construction, David took a job as Wastewater Operations Manager for the City of Hampton. Over the course of the next five (5) years, David doubled the number of people and the budget for sanitary sewer repairs while doing all work in-house at rates less than or comparable to contractors. David managed a sanitary sewer system that generated over 10 million gallons per day from 150,000 residents. As owner of Prism Contractors & Engineers, Inc., David has successfully managed the cleaning and television inspection of over 3 million feet of sanitary sewer pipe.