We Build Construction Managers

Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from development to completion. Careers in construction management require a comprehensive understanding of all facets of the construction process.  This knowledge is usually acquired through both work experience and an undergraduate degree in a construction-related field.  While a career in construction management typically involves a college degree, many individuals currently working within the field began their construction careers in the professional building trades as apprentices.  In fact, many owners of construction contracting companies were once trade professionals who started their own business.  

Being a construction manager demands many essential skills including: time management, problem solving, communication, computer literacy, decision making, critical thinking, and organizational skills.  The ability to work under pressure and at a high level in a fast paced, ever-changing work environment is vital. Individuals working in construction management careers often report a high sense of job satisfaction.  While the pay can be extremely lucrative, the need to meet deadlines and respond to emergencies often requires construction managers to be on-call and work extra hours. 


Do you have the drive and determination to succeed in construction management?


If the answer is yes... browse through some of the managerial careers to see which career path is right for you.

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