Construction Tech.

  • Read blueprints to build wood products and structures from rough lumber to finish grade
  • Safely operate a wide range of hand, power, and air tools
  • Build a residential home from the ground up for public sale

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Residential construction
  2. Commercial construction
  3. Roofer
  4. Hardwood flooring and tiler
  5. Drywaller
  6. Construction sales person
What would I do in this class?
  1. Site layout and leveling
  2. Floor framing
  3. Wall framing
  4. Ceiling framing and truss application
  5. Roofing application
  6. Exterior finish
  7. Interior finish
  8. Introduction to residential mechanicals
What can I do with further training?
  1. Local construction contractor
  2. Construction supervisor
  3. Construction estimator
  4. Remodeler
  5. Mechanicals installer
  6. Self-employed builder

Program Quick Facts

Construction Technology students must be able to:

  • Handle getting dirty and working in a dusty environment
  • Comprehend and use measuring devices                    
  • Work in all types of weather
  • Have good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity to use hand and power tools
  • Be a team player - communicate well with customers, managers and fellow workers
  • Work with stains, paints/chemicals
 

Job Outlook

Uniform requirements

  • Junior year uniforms are required – Dark green pants with green/white striped short-sleeved shirts (to be supplied by student)
  • Uniforms are not required senior year.

Career/Tech Club Affiliation

Announcements

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