Commercial Construction Management
From the earliest, most primitive shelters to complex, modern construction projects, methods and technologies have changed to keep pace with requirements. Shelters have evolved into buildings of various shapes and countless different functions. Bridges, dams, sewage treatment plants, pipelines, highways, and commercial and government projects of many kinds show the variety of endeavors in the modern construction industry. The construction industry is one of the largest industries in the U.S. and creates a demand for highly trained professionals.
The Commercial Construction Management concentration within the Construction Management
Technology major is designed to prepare students to fill entry-level supervisory and
estimating positions in construction-related entities such as commercial construction
firms and construction materials manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Successful
graduates will find opportunities for employment worldwide as estimators, assistant
construction superintendents, assistant or project managers, assistant project engineers,
and supervisors. Positions are plentiful in Tennessee and nationwide.
Commercial Construction Management Website