Construction Technology

The Construction Technology program:

  • Offers an Associate of Science Degree as well as an Associated General Contractors Certificate
  • Is designed for the student to become a small business person, contractor, estimator or other related careers
  • Offers hands-on training in projects from planning to building codes

The following are some of the entry-level job possibilities in the construction and related technology field:

  • Private Sector 
    •  Contractors, industry estimators, architects, engineers, banks, homeowners, insurance groups, etc. 
  • State and Federal
    • Schools, forestry, fish and game, airports, architects, government agencies, trades unions.  

  • County and City
    • Public works, grounds, building departments, schools. 

 A continuous and universal trade, you will participate in building projects from design to planning, to building codes, to actual hands-on skills. This program, along with additional training in other subjects, will enable you to attain the best employment possible.

For more information, contact Rick Osbrink at
530-242-7627 or