LARE Section 4 Bootcamp

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LARE Section 4 Bootcamp

Time: October 20, 2017 at 8:30am to October 22, 2017 at 6:30pm
Location: La Quinta Inn
Street: 920 University Ave
City/Town: Berkeley, CA
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Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Ray Freeman
Latest Activity: Aug 24

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Northern California - LARE Prep Section 4 - 2017


October 20-22, 2017  8:30 am-6:30 pm


This workshop covers exam background, grading & drainage skills

applicable to the LARE, interpretation and use of third party information,

construction document drawings and specifications, sedimentation and erosion

control, stormwater management, irrigation systems, and the use and detailing

of construction materials. 500 pages of material. 200 practice questions.

40 advanced item type problems.


Our classes have attracted over 2000 students from 46 states, 5 Canadian Provinces,

Washington DC, and Puerto Rico. The classes cover exam formats, tips and tricks,

and feature programmed instruction focusing on developing the skills needed to

solve every known type of technical task required on this section of the LARE.

The format of the class is lecture, short tests, and question and answer.

This is the most comprehensive and up to date review of section 4 available.


 LaQuinta Inn, 920 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA  94710

Instructor:       Ray Freeman ASLA, CPESC 413,  

                          RLA CA 3722, MA 928, NC 356




Cost:                $450 plus Eventbrite fees (approx. $475 total)


Contact:          Freeman & Jewell Landscape Architecture

                          E-mail address:



Inquires may be directed to the e-mail address above.

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