Construction Technology

We offer entry level credit and non-credit courses in a variety of construction fields, and our certificate programs have three specializations: Electrical, Carpentry, and Plumbing. We are in the process of adding more green technology courses.

Construction Management is in the Architecture department.

Mission Statement

Construction tools on a desk

Our mission is to offer opportunities for students to gain the knowledge, practice the skills, and develop the abilities required to attain entry-level and higher positions in a variety of construction-related fields, and be able to transfer to four year colleges.

Construction Web Resources

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CNST A. Industrial Truck Training
CNST 69. Construction Safety
CNST 100. Introduction to Construction Applications
CNST 101. Photovoltaic Installation, Entry Level
CNST 102. Concrete Applications
CNST 103. Residential Plumbing
CNST 104. Solar Thermal Installation
CNST 105. Electrical Code
CNST 106. Fundamentals of the Uniform Plumbing Code
CNST 107. Blueprint Reading
CNST 107A. Practical Blueprint Reading
CNST 108. Fundamentals of Construction Contracting
CNST 109. Residential Wiring
CNST 110. Advanced Photovoltaic Installation
CNST 111. Carpentry-Rough Framing
CNST 112. Carpentry-Advanced Framing
CNST 113. Finish Carpentry
CNST 116. Furniture Making & Woodworking
CNST 117. Adv. Project Furniture Making
CNST 130. Residential Energy & Efficiency Measures


CNST 1003. Residential Plumbing
CNST 1005. Electrical Code
CNST 1011. Carpentry-Rough Framing
CNST 1012. Carpentry-Advanced Framing
CNST 1013. Finish Carpentry
CNST 1016. Furniture Making & Woodworking

CNST 1017. Adv. Project Furniture Making

CNST 1069 Construction Safety

TIXX 1000. Introduction to Construction
TIXX 1002. Concrete Applications
TIXX 1007. Blueprint Reading
TIXX 9707. Exterior and Interior Finishes

TIXX 9709. California & San Francisco Plumbing Code