Aluminum with Concrete - BAE1L

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GITS: Gainesville Independent Testing Service

EIS: Examination Information Sheet


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www.gitsllc.org

Aluminum with Concrete

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BAE1L

St. Lucie County



Scope

The scope of work for an Aluminum Contractor shall include and be limited to screened porches, screened enclosures,
pool enclosures, pre
-
formed panel
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post and beam roofs, mobile home panel roof
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overs,

residential glass and window door
enclosures, vinyl panel window enclosures and single story self
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contained aluminum utility storage structure
s not
exceeding five hundred (72
0) square feet. The scope of the work shall include wood work incidental to the
aluminum and
allied materials construction work. It shall be limited to the construction of wood framing for walls of uninhabitable
utility storage structures, raised wood decks for enclosures, and the repair and/or replacement of wood incidental to the
i
nstallation of glass windows and doors, installation of siding, soffit, fascia, gutters, and preformed panel
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post and beam
roofs. The scope of such work shall include masonry concrete work and be limited to foundations, slabs and block knee
walls incident
al to the aluminum and allied materials construction work. The aluminum contractor, whose services are
limited, shall not perform any work that alters the structural integrity of the building including but not limited to roof
trusses, lintels, load bearin
g walls and foundations
.
The aluminum contractor shall subcontract, with a licensed qualified
contractor in the field concerned, all work incidental to that which is defined herein but which is the work of a trade other

than that of an aluminum contractor
. The scope of certification for an Aluminum Contractor includes and is limited to the
execution of contracts requiring the experience, financial means, knowledge and skill necessary for the fabrication,
assembling, handling, erection, installation, disma
ntling, adjustment, alteration, repair, servicing and design work when
not prohibited by law, in accordance with accepted engineering data and/or according to manufacturers specifications in
the aluminum metal, vinyl and fiberglass screening and allied con
struction materials. As regulated under Florida Statute,
a person who has passed a competency examination as a
n

Aluminum Contractor may perform these or related tasks or
may s
upervise persons in his employ

in the execution of these tasks.


Examination C
ontent Out
line

The Aluminum Contractor examination is based on trade
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specific information pertaining to materials, tools,
equipment, practices, terminology, and relevant laws. The examina
tion is a two (
2)

hour, open book

exam that
consists of 50 questions
.


Subjects:

No. of Items

Concrete

5

Carpentry/Framing

10

Gutters

7

Siding

8

Windows/Doors

5

Estimating

5

Safety

5

Earthwork/Securing

5

Total:

50


Approved References

Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures
, Kosmatka and Panarese, 14
th

Editio
n, 2002 with 2008 rev.

Finish Carpentry: A Complete Interior & Exterior Guide,
1995, Sterling

Formwork for Concrete,
2005, 7
th

ed., M.K. Hurd

All About Roofing and Siding Basics
, Ortho

Code of Federal Regulations


Title 29, Part 1926
(OSHA), 2003

Excavati
on and Grading Handbook,
2007, 3
rd

Ed., Capachi

Guide to Aluminum Construction in High
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Wind Areas,
2010
, AAF