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Construction 101: Industry Sectors
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In this course, we will take a tour of the 5 primary sectors of construction, and consider the different types of structures that are built in each sector. By taking a bird's eye view of built environment, we can see that the construction industry meets the needs and demands of a society and culture. Each sector of construction serves humanity in a different way by providing for the basic needs of a community. From shelter and access to critical resources, to gathering places, grocery stores and subway systems, each sector of construction creates a piece of the built environment. This course considers how each sector is different and how all of the pieces fit together.
- Describe the common characteristics of the 5 construction sectors.
- Explain the differences between Residential and Commercial construction and give an example of a Mixed Use Project.
- Understand what the construction of Infrastructure is all about and name who funds the projects.
- Grasp the size and scope of Industrial projects and explain what sets them apart from construction projects in other sectors.
Continuing Education Credit:
This course has been approved by these organizations and associations.
Course Title: Construction 101: Roles
Course Number: PC-364-2020
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 1 AIA LU
Procore's Continuing Education courses may fulfill state licensing requirements. When a course is completed, a certificate of completion is provided. It is up to the construction professional to submit their certificates of completion to their state licensing board to request credit for participating in a Procore Continuing Education course.