Building Construction Management


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1 or 2 Year Program

Graduate from high school with employability skills related to your educational and career goals

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Do you like building things and have an interest in architectural design or job site management? Would you like to design your house? This program will give you skills in rough and/or finish carpentry, cabinet making, architecture, boat-building design and construction management. You will be introduced to all areas of housing design using Chief Architect software plus construction technologies such as solar power, super insulation, cabling adaptations, and moisture control.

In the lab, you will learn how to use hand tools and power tools safely and properly while learning the skills for installation of roof components, exterior/interior finishes, framing, and stair construction.  You will also learn to design, construct and install different types of cabinets.  The latest in computer technology is used for reading and designing building plans while estimating materials and construction costs.  You will have an opportunity to conduct on-line research to discover cutting edge technologies and applications of construction.

Career Paths:  Rough/Finish Carpenter, Architect, Engineer, Boat Building, Composites, Self-employment

3 high school credits for each year and college credits while still in high school

Articulation Agreements:

  • Central Maine Community College – Intro to Hand & Power Tool Safety; BCT-101  –  1 credit
  • Central Maine Community College – Roofing; BCT-133  –  1 credit
  • Central Maine Community College – Siding; BCT-134  –  1 credit
  • Northern Maine Community College – Industrial Safety; SAE-121  –  3 credits

Dual Enrollment Agreements:

  • Eastern Maine Community College – Building Construction Technology; BCT-151  –  7 credits
  • Northern Maine Community College – Industrial Safety; SAE-121  –  3 credits

For a complete list of the Program of Studies Agreements, please click here.

National/State Certification/Licenses:

  • Preparation for  the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Certification Exams
  • OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Safety & Health Certificate

Colleges and post-secondary programs affiliated with this program include, but are not limited to the following:

  • University of Maine System
  • UMaine Community College System
  • New Hampshire Technical College
  • Vermont Technical College

Requirements

Pre-requisites Academic Courses:

  • Algebra 1
  • Introduction to Geometry
  • Ability to read, comprehend, & write at a high school level

 

Instructors

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Dave Stevens

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Details

Schedule

This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri from 8:30 am to 1:45 am.

Location

This course is held at United Technologies Center .

Other Information

Course ID: BC