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GITS Aluminum Specialty Structure Contractor Class AL Course

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Aluminum Specialty Structure Category--Class "AL": The scope of work of a Class "AL" specialty building contractor shall include and be limited to the fabrication, assembling, handling, erection, installation, dismantling, adjustment, alteration, repair, servicing, and design work, when not prohibited by law, of vinyl and fiberglass screening material, and aluminum metal, and associated materials, as set forth below. The scope of work shall include and be limited to screened porches, screened enclosures, pool enclosures, preformed panel-post and beam roofs, mobile home panel roof-overs, residential aluminum metal/glass windows within enclosures, vinyl panel windows within enclosures, single-story self-contained aluminum utility storage structures (not to exceed five hundred (500) square feet), aluminum siding, soffit, fascia, gutters, and awnings. The scope of work shall include masonry concrete work and be limited to foundations, slabs, and block kneewalls not to exceed four (4) feet, incidental to the aluminum and allied materials construction work. This category includes but is not limited to metal, canvas, and other storm shutters. The Class "AL" specialty building contractor shall not perform any work that alters the structural integrity of the existing building, including, but not limited to, roof trusses, lintels, load-bearing walls, windows, doors, and foundations. He or she In order to be eligible to be certified as a Class "AL" specialty building contractor by the board, the applicant shall have at least three (3) years of practical experience in the category.

Examination Content Outline

The Aluminum Specialty Structure Contractor--Class "AL" examination is based on trade-specific information pertaining to materials, tools, equipment, practices, terminology, and relevant laws. The examination is a two (2) hour, open book exam that consists of 50 questions.

Approved References

  1. Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures, Kosmatka and Panarese, 14th Edition, 2002 with 2008 rev.
  2. Finish Carpentry: A Complete Interior & Exterior Guide, 1995, Sterling
  3. Formwork for Concrete, 2005, 7th ed., M.K. Hurd
  4. All About Roofing and Siding Basics, Ortho
  5. Code of Federal Regulations – Title 29, Part 1926 (OSHA), 2010
  6. Excavation and Grading Handbook, 2007, 3rd Ed., Capachi
  7. Guide to Aluminum Construction in High-Wind Areas, 2010, AAF

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GITS Aluminum Specialty Structure Contractor Class AL Course
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Scope

Aluminum Specialty Structure Category--Class "AL": The scope of work of a Class "AL" specialty building contractor shall include and be limited to the fabrication, assembling, handling, erection, installation, dismantling, adjustment, alteration, repair, servicing, and design work, when not prohibited by law, of vinyl and fiberglass screening material, and aluminum metal, and associated materials, as set forth below. The scope of work shall include and be limited to screened porches, screened enclosures, pool enclosures, preformed panel-post and beam roofs, mobile home panel roof-overs, residential aluminum metal/glass windows within enclosures, vinyl panel windows within enclosures, single-story self-contained aluminum utility storage structures (not to exceed five hundred (500) square feet), aluminum siding, soffit, fascia, gutters, and awnings. The scope of work shall include masonry concrete work and be limited to foundations, slabs, and block kneewalls not to exceed four (4) feet, incidental to the aluminum and allied materials construction work. This category includes but is not limited to metal, canvas, and other storm shutters. The Class "AL" specialty building contractor shall not perform any work that alters the structural integrity of the existing building, including, but not limited to, roof trusses, lintels, load-bearing walls, windows, doors, and foundations. He or she In order to be eligible to be certified as a Class "AL" specialty building contractor by the board, the applicant shall have at least three (3) years of practical experience in the category.

Examination Content Outline

The Aluminum Specialty Structure Contractor--Class "AL" examination is based on trade-specific information pertaining to materials, tools, equipment, practices, terminology, and relevant laws. The examination is a two (2) hour, open book exam that consists of 50 questions.

Approved References

  1. Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures, Kosmatka and Panarese, 14th Edition, 2002 with 2008 rev.
  2. Finish Carpentry: A Complete Interior & Exterior Guide, 1995, Sterling
  3. Formwork for Concrete, 2005, 7th ed., M.K. Hurd
  4. All About Roofing and Siding Basics, Ortho
  5. Code of Federal Regulations – Title 29, Part 1926 (OSHA), 2010
  6. Excavation and Grading Handbook, 2007, 3rd Ed., Capachi
  7. Guide to Aluminum Construction in High-Wind Areas, 2010, AAF



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