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Construction Management


Pathway Summary:

Construction Management focuses on careers in designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining the built environment. The offered courses center around the most widely used construction and manufacturing materials. Through a series of projects and problem-solving activities, students are exposed to the techniques and processes common to designing and finishing construction products. Students will design, plan, identify and solve problems, and build prototypes. Students use electrical and mechanical equipment to build solutions to technical problems. Upon completion of the courses students earn the equivalent credit of a first-year carpenter apprenticeship as well as high school credit and have the opportunity to continue in their apprenticeship or pursue any related 2 year or 4 year degree. Click here for more information about the Carpentry Pre-Apprenticeship.

                                                                                    Get an idea what you will learn in our courses: Construction Pathway Video

Pathway Courses:

  • Woodworking (including Woodshop Fridays)
  • General Construction - Emerging Technologies - Carpenter Pre-Apprenticeship

Business and Industry Partners:

  • New England Carpenters Training Fund (NECTF)
  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America

Future Careers:
(4yrs of college): Architect, Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Construction Management, Landscape Architect

(2yrs of college): Architectural & Civil Drafter, Surveyor, Cost Estimator, Energy Auditor, First-Line Supervisor of Mechanics & Installers, Electrical Power Line Installer & Repairer, Construction Management

(Certification): Journeyman Carpenter, Carpenter Foreman, Field Super Manager, Project Superintendent, Estimator, Project Manager