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The Construction Management and Inspection program of study focuses on occupational and educational opportunities associated with producing cost estimates for construction projects to support bidding on or determining the price of products or services. The program of study includes inspecting structures using engineering skills to determine structural soundness and compliance with specifications, building codes, and other regulations.


13004220 Principles of Construction
13004900 Construction Management I
13005000 Construction Management II

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) HBI Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate Training (PACT), Building Construction Technology HBI Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate Training (PACT), Core LEED Green Associate NCCER Construction Site Safety Technician NCCER Construction Technology Certification Level I NCCER Weatherization Technician Level I Residential Plans Examiner - R3 

Building Inspector
Construction Management
Construction Engineering Technology
Building/Property Maintenance
Building/Construction Site Management
Project Management

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Construction and Building Inspectors

Median Wage: $61,387
Annual Openings: 2,238
10-Year Growth: 8%

First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 

Median Wage: $60,948
Annual Openings: 10,107
10-Year Growth: 12%

Construction Managers 

Median Wage: $78,180
Annual Openings: 6,615
10-Year Growth: 25%

Provider Partnership: Work Texas

The purpose of WorkTexas is to prepare students with the skills and virtues they need to enter the workforce ready to contribute immediately to employers’ businesses, as well as to advance in that field or another field of their choice. Or, more simply, the mission of WorkTexas is to help more people get jobs, keep jobs, and advance in their careers. Our strategy of partnering with local businesses means the students who enroll at Work Texas can achieve their high school diploma along with learning and practicing their virtues and trade skills to be successful in the job market. Thus, the two measurable outcomes for each student are to 1) graduate from high school (if he/she hasn’t already) with an offer of employment from an employer for full-time work in the industry of choice, and 2) ensure each individual remains employed and is advancing in his/her field of choice beyond six months of program completion.