Building Technology and Design

The Building Technology department houses the Construction Management program, an associate degree that provides an in-depth introduction to building technology and architectural concepts. Students gain skills that prepare them for careers in architecture, construction management, building technologies, and facilities management. Employment opportunities include entry-level CAD/BIM drafter/designer and technician level work in architecture, engineering, construction,facilities departments, manufacturing, fabrication, and positions as construction managers.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Draw plans, elevations, sections and isometric views of 3-dimensional objects
  • Produce a set of construction documents for buildings, residences, and other structures using AutoCAD and Revit (BIM) computer programs
  • Create and view 3-dimensional drawings and render 3-dimensional structures in a scene
  • Calculate heating and cooling loads in buildings, evaluate site drainage calculate water demand and electrical loads
  • Apply knowledge in planning, budgeting, and scheduling of labor, materials and equipment
  • Estimate job costs and requirements for construction projects.

What Programs Can You Enroll In?

Construction Management  (Associate Degree)

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