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Explore blueprint reading, site plans, cost estimation, construction materials, soil engineering, mechanical construction, inspection procedure, building codes, quality control management, and license laws for contractors.
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The Construction Inspection degree provides entry-level training to prepare students to become construction inspectors. Construction inspectors verify that contractors and subcontractors comply with the architect's plans and the various uniform building codes.
Prepare for a career in Construction Inspection specializing in:
- Electrical and Mechanical
- Code Compliance
- Construction Management
- Construction Quality Control Inspector (Cqc)
- First Line Supervisor
- Real Estate and Insurance Damage Assessment (Fema)
- Project Assistant
- Design Assistant
- Permit Clerk
- Permit Technician
- Plan Checker
- Fire/Code Enforcement Inspector
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- Associate in Science Degree in Construction Inspection (Students generally take four semesters to complete.)
- Certificate of Achievement in Construction Inspection (Students generally take two semesters to complete.)
- Gainful Employment: Construction Inspection - CT
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