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Construction / Modular Buildings

Construction / Modular Buildings


Participants in the Construction program learn all aspects of building construction procedures utilizing standard industry methods for new construction, as well as repairs and remodeling.

Participants are instructed in the proper use of personal safety equipment along with utilizing hand and power tools associated with the trade. Participants learn to read blue prints and apply approved construction methods, such as welding, masonry, framing, electric, plumbing, heating, finish, thermal protection, and various types of new construction while increasing their marketable skills.

Program participants are provided an opportunity to acquire job skills and acceptable work habits by working in a production oriented environment, operating equipment, and meeting production schedules and quality standards. Efficiency and quality are stressed in all shops.

High school diploma or equivalency is required.

Job titles include:

  • Carpenter’s Helper
  • Construction Laborer
  • Drywall Installer
  • Electrician’s Helper
  • Floor Layer
  • Painter
  • Plumber’s Helper
  • Roofer
  • Siding Installer
  • Variety Saw Operator

Positions are located throughout the state in facilities that have Corcraft construction projects.