Instructor: Brian McNany
Students will receive training in all aspects of the construction trades. Students will learn skills and theory in the Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Masonry fields. As a student of the Construction Technology program, you can expect to participate in the construction of many "hands on" projects including a complete modular home each year.
• Rough carpentry
• Blueprint reading
• Siding, Soffit & Fascia
• Window and Door installation
• Finish carpentry
• Drywall hanging and finishing
• Electrical rough-in
• Electrical finish & panel wiring
• Plumbing rough-in
• Plumbing fixture and finish
• Masonry block laying
• Concrete flat work
• Residential building codes
• Owner / Operator of your own business
• Modular home technician
• Lumber yard / Home center employee
Graduates should be able to find employment in a multitude of trade related areas due to the wide variety of skills learned as a Construction Technology student.
Students should also view the websites listed under "post secondary opportunities" for more information on various employment possibilities.
A New Ranch Home is currently being finished and will be presented for sale in the Spring of 2010.
Previously, the Construction Technology crew completed the new Practical Nursing Building in the Career Center campus in Shippenville.