Construction managers and technologists work in all phases of the construction business, both public and private — from small multifamily projects to the largest of skyscrapers and industrial projects, from rural highways to major interstates.
Construction managers work closely with owners, architects and engineers to keep projects within design constraints, within budget and on schedule. Construction technologists use their high-demand, hands-on skills and technical knowledge to convert project concepts and designs into reality.
North Lake College’s Construction Management program is one of just nine programs at two-year institutions in the United States accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). It's the only accredited two-year program in Texas, and the oldest and largest program in America.
Our graduates are ready for direct entry into a competitive job market with skills in planning, organizing, problem solving/decision-making, communication, business practices and human relations.
Other Construction Programs at North Lake
North Lake also offers hands-on construction programs that teach specialized crafts, in partnership with the Construction Education Foundation (CEF).
For more information, visit the Construction Technology division homepage.