Learn from Practicing Professionals and Licensed Architects
Architects and Engineers should have an understanding of the construction process.
Learn the fundamentals:
- Order of operations during a commercial construction project.
- How buildings are designed and built.
- The workflows and the language used by construction industry professionals.
CFC 101 - Site Utilities, Earthwork & Foundation
Learn about the roles played by the design & construction team. Learn how the site is prepared, the types of equipment used, different types of soil conditions & why various building foundations are used.
CFC 102 - The Building Structure
Learn about the cranes used, designing a building structure, the structural systems & how building load is analyzed and factored into the design. Receive an in-depth study of cast-in-place & precast concrete and structural steel.
CFC 103 - The Building Enclosure
Learn about the building envelope, cold-formed steel stud systems, cladding systems, curtain walls, roofing systems and glass window systems. Learn how the building envelope keeps water out and controls temperature & humidity.
CFC 105 - Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing & AV-Tel-Data
This course is an in-depth study about MEP and building systems, including thermal comfort, indoor air quality, HVAC controls & how plumbing, electrical & emergency distribution systems function.
CFC 121 - Construction Management I
There is an immense amount of information to absorb over a lifetime in construction. Kick off your career with a course proven to set you up for success in the industry. The fundamentals, the tips and tricks, terminology, the things that will give anyone a head-start in the industry.
CFC 122 - Construction Management II
In the second part of the Construction Management Fundamentals course series, you'll learn about cost estimating and scheduling concepts, earthwork estimating and contracts. There is an immense amount of information to absorb over a lifetime in construction.