Municipal Construction Inspection

Regina, Saskatchewan /
Feb 11 - 12, 2019 /
Course Code: 09-0222-2362

The confirmation of a course and venue depends on early registration; Register early to avoid the postponement or cancellation of a course.
  • Overview
  • Syllabus
  • Instructor
  • Location


After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Recognize and understand the key competencies of the municipal construction inspector
  • Be familiar with the most common concrete and asphalt deficiencies
  • Understand the various materials, installation techniques, testing of sewers and watermains
  • Understand the regulations/requirements for commissioning watermains
  • Identify and assess hazards on an active construction site and gain the skills required to access these hazards, including trenching and excavation, and traffic control and protection

A municipal construction inspector is the representative of the municipality. The job requires a fair amount of technical knowledge and tactfulness in dealing with contractors and engineers as well as with residents affected by the construction.

This workshop will enable you to understand the key competencies, roles and responsibilities of an inspector on a municipal linear construction project. Using a practical approach, learn how to carry out your job to satisfy all parties to the best interest of the owner/municipality.

Course Outline:

  • Concrete and asphalt deficiencies
  • Watermain installation, materials, appurtenances, testing and commissioning
  • Sewer installation, materials, testing
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Construction safety
  • Traffic control
  • Environmental considerations

Who should attend:
This course is designed for those employees represent the municipality on a construction project, including:
Site Inspectors • Construction Inspectors • Field Engineers • Civil and Public Works Technologists • Facilities Operators

More Information


Day I:

Welcome, Introduction and Preview of Workshop

Inspector’s roles and responsibilities

  • Pre-construction
  • During construction
  • Post-construction

Tender/Contract Document

  • Various elements of the Contract Document
  • Award procedures

Record keeping

  • Daily reports
  • Additional documentations
  • Audit

Construction Layout

  • Role of Survey
  • Grade sheets and Grades

Geotechnical Considerations

  • Soil types
  • Compaction methods and requirements
  • Compaction testing


  • Overview of design criteria
  • Piping materials and installation
  • Services
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Rehabilitation techniques


  • Overview of design
  • Granular materials
  • Pavement – asphalt designs/SuperPave
  • Quality control and compaction
  • Asphalt/paving deficiencies


  • Concrete road base/curbs & sidewalks
  • Curing and jointing
  • Concrete deficiencies

Day II:


  • Overview of design/demand/storage/sizing
  • Piping materials and installation
  • Trust restrains
  • Appurtenances
  • Services
  • Rehabilitation techniques

Cathodic Protection

  • Why
  • Types and installation

Testing and Commissioning watermains

  • Cleaning/swabbing
  • Pressure testing
  • Disinfection and sampling

Environmental Considerations

  • Silt/sediment controls
  • BMPs on construction sites

Site Safety and Traffic Control

  • Trench safety and site safety
  • Traffic control on site
  • Inspector’s role


  • Working with Utilities
  • Pipeline safety


  • Inspector’s role
  • Expectations

Discussions on Problems/Case Studies


Frank J. Csenkey, CET

Frank has 35 years experience in engineering and construction as a project manager with the City of Toronto and 3 years as a geotechnical consultant. Over the past 15 years, he has delivered numerous courses on watermain design and sewer and watermain inspection. As a project manager, he has managed numerous projects, including watermain installation, sewer installation, road construction, lead water service replacement, storm water management and sewer and watermain rehabilitation.


To be announced

Although the venue is not officially confirmed, EPIC courses are generally held at the following location(s):

Hotel Saskatchewan Radisson Plaza
2125 Victoria Avenue
Regina SK  S4P 0S3

DoubleTree by Hilton Regina
1975 Broad St
Regina SK  S4P 1Y2

Double Tree by Hilton Regina
1975 Broad St,
Regina SK  S4P 1Y2

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Regina East Gate
3830 East Gate Drive
Regina SK  S4Z 1A5

Please confirm with EPIC that the venue has been officially confirmed before making any reservations or travel arrangements.


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Fee & Credits
  • 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
Early Registration Fee:

$1395 + taxes

Fee after January 4, 2019:

$1495 + taxes


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