BCT 202 ‡ Carpentry Forms (4)
Prerequisite(s): BCT 102 or permission of instructor.
A study of advanced carpentry techniques as they relate to concrete-form framing, placement, pouring, and finishing. Students develop skills operating circular and reciprocating saws, drills, impact wrenches, hand power planers, pneumatic nail guns, and various hand tools of the trade; and they develop proficiency comparable to that of a third-year carpentry apprentice.
3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.