Load and Resistance Factor Design Methodology for Bridges

UC Berkeley, Tech Transfer is offering the Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Methodology for Bridges course for the first time in 2 years. This is a two-day hands-on training course that combines lectures, class exercises on real-world bridge design problems, class discussions, and Q&A. This course is recommended for bridge engineers and technicians throughout California who wish to understand how the LRFD specifications achieve a uniform and accepted level of bridge safety, and how to appropriately use the LRFD specifications plus the California Amendments for bridge design.

This class is not regularly offered, so please take advantage of the opportunity and sign up while you can.

Local Agencies: This class and most Tech transfer classes are offered to local agencies at a reduced cost through Caltrans and the CA LTAP Center with funds from the Cooperative Technical Assistance Program (CTAP).

Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Methodology for Bridges (IDM-23)
March 28-29, 2018
Richmond, CA
$295 Public Agency Fee, $595 Standard Fee

Visit UC Berkeley, Tech Transfer for a full list of Caltrans subsidized courses. Those classes that offer a Public Agency Fee rate are subsidized.