Construction managers oversee and direct construction projects from conception to completion.
Architects create designs for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments using construction knowledge and high-level drawing skills to design buildings that are functional, safe, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing.
Construction engineers are a civil engineer who oversees the design and implementation of large building projects.
CAD Designers use technology to help generate designs for complex projects.
Surveyors make precise measurements to determine property boundaries.
Construction project managers oversee all aspects of the building process, working closely with engineers and architects to develop plans, establish timetables, and determine labor and material costs. They are responsible for ensuring the project is completed on budget and within scope.
Construction supervisors oversee construction activities that take place on the worksite, and are heavily involved in planning, organizing, and controlling projects. Construction supervisors supervise contractors and staff while maintaining a safe work environment.
Engineering technicians work alongside engineers to assist with research, evaluation, design, and quality control processes.
Architectural design technologists coordinate with architects, designers, and engineers to design architecture for construction projects.
Building controls installers are responsible for installing, programming, testing, calibrating, operating, and repair of control systems along with their related software, hardware, and equipment.