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TAKING THE CTCB EXAM BY: TOM DEROSA, CTCB & MATT STROM, CTCB.

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1 TAKING THE CTCB EXAM BY: TOM DEROSA, CTCB & MATT STROM, CTCB

2 GENERAL INFORMATION AND CERTIFICATION POLICIES  BACKGROUND INFORMATION  MISSION STATEMENT  CERTIFICATION POLICIES  REVOCATION OF CERTIFICATION  REVIEW AND APPEAL  USE OF LOGO  REFUND POLICY  CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY  HARDSHIP POLICY

3 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS  MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 3 YEARS OF BROAD-BASED EXPERIENCE IN TENNIS COURT CONSTRUCTION  FOR INITIAL CERTIFICATION :  ELIGIBILITY POINTS  2. 50% WITHIN LAST 3 YEARS  3. 50% NO TIME LIMIT(3+…LIFE)

4 TENNIS ELIGIBILITY SPEADSHEET  PROJECT ADMINISTRATION  MINIMUM 5 POINTS 1.Prepare bids and proposals -.2 pts per project 2.Prepare/review change orders, owner billings, subcontractor billings, job costs -.2 pts per project 3.Plan & schedule crews, subs and material deliveries -.2 pts per project 4.Supervise project -.2 pts per project

5 TENNIS ELIGIBILITY SPEADSHEET  SITE, SUB-BASE AND BASE WORK  MINIMUM 15 POINTS  1. Identify site issues (soils, drainage, obstructions, access) -.5 pts per project  2. General site design (survey, calculate elevation and grade, construction staking) -.5 pts per project  3. Prepare site (excavation, grading slope stabilization, drainage, utilities) -.5 pts per project  4. Install base (fine grading, sterilant, geo-textile, crushed aggregate, paving) -.5 pts per project

6 TENNIS ELIGIBILITY SPEADSHEET  CONSULT WITH OWNER OR DESIGN PROFESSIONAL  MINIMUM 15 POINTS  1. Plan and design a new tennis court project or renovation (facilities use issues, dimensions, orientation, drawings specifications, samples, multiple court batteries, net post location, budget, elevation, slope, lighting, fencing) – 1.0 point per project

7 TENNIS ELIGIBILITY SPEADSHEET  TENNIS COURT COATINGS, FENCING AND LIGHTING  MINIMUM 15 POINTS  1. Install court surface (materials required, patching, lines) -.2 pts PER COURT  2. Install tennis court equipment (fencing, net posts, lighting, windscreen).1 point PER COURT

8 TENNIS ELIGIBILITY SPEADSHEET  TENNIS COURT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR  MINIMUM 5 POINTS  1. Analyze reasons for failures -.1 point PER COURT  2. Recommend products and systems to increase life of court -.1 point PER COURT

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10 JOB LIST  JOB NUMBER__________  Name______________________________  Year_____ New Construction__ Repair/Renovation__  Contact Name_______________________  Phone_______________ _________________  JOB NUMBER__________  Name______________________________  Year_____ New Construction__ Repair/Renovation__  Contact Name_______________________  Phone_______________ _________________

11 The Exam  When?  What to expect?  Format  Preparation  Scoring  Sample Questions

12 TENNIS 1. The proper minimum dimension of the net center strap anchor is? A. 18” x 18” x 18” cube B. 12” in diameter, 12” deep C. 12” x 12” x 12” cube D. 18” in diameter, 36” deep 2. A customer would like a 2-color layout on his new standard size single acrylic surface tennis court. The manufacturer of the 3-coat color system recommends that the 2 final color coats be installed at the application rate of.05 gallons per square yard per coat of undiluted material. How much job mixed color will be needed for the completion of the inbound area if the manufacturer recommends the material be cut with 50% water? A. 23 gallons B. 31 gallons C. 35 gallons D. 47 gallons 3. An owner has a standard four-court battery (204’ x 120’) of asphalt tennis courts that he wants to convert to fast dry. If the original courts have zero slope and the fast dry courts are to be installed with a minimum of 4” of stone on the low side and.28% slope in the 120’ direction, how much stone will be needed to establish the stone base before the fast dry is applied? (stone density is 150 pounds/cubic foot compacted) A. 605 tons B. 918 tons C tons D tons

13 TENNIS ANSWERS   Question Number 1 – B (pg. 94 of manual)   Question Number 2 – D (36’ x 78’ / 9 = 312 s.y. at.10 = 31.2 gallons * 1.5 = 46.8 gallons)   Question Number 3 – B (204’ x 120’ = s.f..28% slope in 120’ equals 4” fall 4” minimum thickness on the low side means 8” thickness on the high side. Therefore, the average thickness is 6” *.5 * 150 / 2000 = 918 tons)

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17 A Certified Tennis Builder  3 Year Term  Individual / Not Company Certification  Use of the ASBA Logo  Legal advantage in Bid Documents  Personal Pride

18 RE-CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS  Eligibility Requirements  Must be actively engaged in the Industry  Must have 50 points in:  1. 3 of the 5 areas on Eligibility Form  2. For projects completed in Last 3 years.  Re-certify by Exam in lieu of points

19 Re-Certification by Continuing Education  Must have 40 points within 3 year period  points must be from ASBA related activities  2. Industry related articles  3. Presentations / Seminars in Industry related programs aimed at owners, end users or interested parties.  4. Participating in research in Tennis Courts

20 IF CERTIFICATION EXPIRES  Points will NOT be accepted to regain certified status except in the case of Hardship  1. Provide written documentation of the Hardship  2. Explain in writing how the hardship prevented one from completing the process within the published timeframe  3. Pay a fee of $50.00 for extension  4. Must be submitted by Dec. 31 st  5. Extension will not be considered if filed after Jan. 31st

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