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  • Basic Building Construction for the Adjuster

    The students will learn the basic building components of structure from the foundation up to the peak of the roof and how the components are assembled during construction. The familiarization of building construction will give the new adjuster a reverse engineering perspective when analyzing a structure during the field-adjusting phase of the claims process. The knowledge of the integration of the building components will aid the adjuster in the fix or replace decisions during the claims handling process.

    States:  Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas

    CE Credits: 2.0

  • Construction Defects

    This class will present information on how to recognize the nature and extent of the distress or changed conditions associated with the most common types of construction defects and understand the contribution of design, installation and material factors. Additionally, the attendee will understand the process of documenting construction defects for potential claims.

    States:  Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Texas

    CE Credits:  1.0

  • Construction Defects

    This class will present information on how to recognize the nature and extent of the distress or changed conditions associated with the most common types of construction defects and understand the contribution of design, installation and material factors. Additionally, the attendee will understand the process of documenting construction defects for potential claims.

    States:  Texas, Georgia

    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Evaluation of Slab on Grade Foundation for Re-Construction

    This class will provide the student with an overview of the analysis and engineering evaluation required by many Municipalities and the Building Codes for the reuse of a slab-on-grade foundation for construction following a storm event or fire.  

    States:  Texas, Florida, Kentucky

    CE Credits:  1.0

  • Residential and Commercial Construction Defects

    This course will provide the student with basic knowledge of how to recognize the nature and extent of the distress or changed conditions associated with the most common types of construction defects, and understand the design-build process by which construction defects are produced including the contribution of design, installation and material factors.  Understand the process of documenting construction defects for potential claims.

    States:  , Arizona, Texas, Kentucky 

    CE Credits:  2.0

  • Windows and Doors: Sorting out the Issues

    This class will teach the students how high winds affect buildings, specifically the windows and sliding glass doors. They will also gain an understanding of the different types of windows and sliding glass doors commonly installed. The students will also learn about inspection procedures and common failures.

     

    States:  Florida, Georgia

    CE Credits:  1.0

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