PE PDH
PDH Online

Advanced Modular Building Construction

Credit: 21 PDH
Course Fee: $189.00
150 pages

Course Summary:

Building codes are sets of regulations governing the design, construction, alteration, and maintenance of structures. They specify the minimum requirements for adequately safeguarding the health, safety, and welfare of building occupants. For the purposes of this course we will focus on two building codes: (1) the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards or HUD Code (see Figure 1.1) which applies to manufactured homes under a program administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under a program administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the (2) the International Residential Code or IRC (see Figure 1.1) which applies to modular buildings (see Figure 1.1).

Learning Objective:

The student for the purposes of this course will focus on two building codes: (1) the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards or HUD Code, which applies to manufactured homes and the (2) the International Residential Code or IRC. In addition to these two codes that govern the construction of manufactured and modular homes, the Energy Code that spells out the requirements for energy conserving features for the modular home will be covered.

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Course Content

Course Author: UOF

 

Course 1

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Certificate of completion of the course

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