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  1. Thanks for all the advice I really appreciate it! Awesome, I got it printed and bound! I appreciate you telling me about those chapters, they seem to be what I need.
  2. Cool I appreciate the advice, I've read other posts about people not bringing in the aashto and they were fine. I figure having the rest of the codes would be fine, and I don't wanna bring too much in, especially if I'm not familiar with the material.
  3. Thanks everyone for the advice, I bit the bullet and bought the latest cerm! Now if I can get my hands on a cheap or free copy of the 7th edition aashto, I'd be in good shape. Can't seem to find it anywhere, I do have the 6th edition, do yall think that would suffice for the exam? I don't see myself using it after the pe at all... The 6th edition has like 1600+ pages, is there specific sections I can print instead of the whole book? I'd hate to miss any questions regarding the aashto, so I'd like to bring it if possible, but would hate to have to print out the whole book. Also if anyone has it digital or hard copy please pm me! Also if anyone has any good cheat sheets, notes, practice exams or anything else they wouldn't ming sharing id really appreciate it. I have a few but the more the merrier
  4. Hi all, I am planning on taking the Civil Structural PE exam April 2020, I have all the necessary reference codes, but I am wondering about the CERM. I have the 14th edition CERM, but am tempted into buying the new 16th edition. Should I save my money, and just use the 14th ed, just wondering how effective the CERM was for ya, for those of you who have taken the exam and passed. Also if any of yall have any advice into other things I should bring with me for the exam, pointers, or anything that would help me study for the exam in general, please feel free to comment!
  5. HI ALL! I am planning on taking my PE Civil-Structural April 2020, so I am trying to get my ducks in a row, I would like to buy digital or hard copies of the current needed codes, CERM, and any other resources you might've felt helped you pass the PE! Here is the updated list from NCEES, hopefully it does not change for next year. AASHTO AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, 7th edition (without interims), American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials, Washington, DC. IBC International Building Code, 2015 edition (without supplements), International Code Council, Falls Church, VA. ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures, 3rd printing, 2010, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA. ACI 318 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete, 2014, American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, MI. AISC Steel Construction Manual, 14th edition, American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc., Chicago, IL. NDS2 National Design Specification for Wood Construction, 2015 edition, and National Design Specification Supplement, Design Values for Wood Construction, 2015 edition, American Wood Council, Leesburg, VA. NDS Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic, 2015 edition, American Wood Council, Leesburg, VA. OSHA CFR 29 General Industry regulations and Construction regulations, 2016 Part 1910 Occupational Safety and Health Standards Subpart A, General, 1910.1–1910.9, with Appendix A to 1910.7 Subpart D, Walking-Working Surfaces, 1910.21–1910.30 Subpart F, Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms, 1910.66–1910.68, with Appendix A–Appendix D to 1910.66 Part 1926 Safety and Health Regulations for Construction, 2016. Subpart E, Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment, 1926.95– 1926.107. Subpart M, Fall Protection, 1926.500–1926.503, Appendix A–Appendix E. Subpart Q, Concrete and Masonry Construction, 1926.700–1926.706, with Appendix A. Subpart R, Steel Erection, 1926.750–1926.761, with Appendix A–Appendix H. PCI PCI Design Handbook: Precast and Prestressed Concrete, 7th edition, 2010, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, Chicago, IL. TMS 402/6023 Building Code Requirements and Specification for Masonry Structures (and related commentaries), 2013; The Masonry Society, Longmont, CO. Please PM me of text/call 832244354two. Thanks, Joey Civ-Str-April-2015_combined-with-codes-1.pdf
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