Construction Technology

Program Description

Students develop practical and intellectual skills needed in construction trades.  Students  will demonstrate Skill Mastery I in most aspects of Construction Framing I the first year by framing true to scale projects in the lab.  Students receive safety training, OSHA testing along with basic knowledge/use of tools. Specific areas of focus include roofing & siding installation and masonry.  Second year students will be mainly on a job site building a house for the housing market as they perfect the skills learned in the first year of training.  Students will be exposed to several different trades associated with the building trades industry, such as masonry, heavy equipment, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and others.

 

Related Careers

  • Construction Management
  • Building Maintenance
  • Carpenter
  • Inspector
  • Estimator
  • Project Manager

Program Staff

Scott Raysin
Instructor
(269) 968-2271 x5206
John Swartz
Instructional Support Staff
(269) 968-2271 x5256
Eric Walters
Instructional Support Staff
(269) 968-2271 x5261