Construction Technology

Check out this short video about our construction program.

This program provides students with an introduction to the various disciplines and occupations in the construction industry and prepares them for entry-level positions. Students who complete the certificate and obtain related employment will have the option to continue training as apprentices in their chosen craft and receive state, national, and industry certifications.

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Find out what it’s like to work in the construction industry

Employer Advisory Team
  • Associated Builders & Contractors, Utah Chapter
  • Associated General Contractors
  • AVS Contractors, Inc.
  • Big D Construction
  • Boise Cascade, LLC
  • Buxton Masonry
  • Concepts to Construction, LLC
  • CTI Construction
  • Interpace Brick
  • Interstate Brick
  • KLM Woodworks, LLC
  • Macbeath Hardwood
  • R & O Construction
  • Wadman Corporation

Program Information

Estimated Monthly Cost

Estimated Total Cost
Includes tuition, fees, books, and supplies

Estimated High School Cost

Average Wage

Completion Time
6-12 months (630 hours)

Campus Location(s)


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Program Instructors

Rick Brown

Rick Brown

Rick has spent the last 13 years as an instructor at the college; the first 11 as the Bricklaying instructor and the last 2 as a Construction Technology instructor. Before that, he spent 23 years in the construction industry, mostly in the masonry business. Rick says, “The exciting thing about construction is being able to construct things with your own two hands and watching people get really excited about what you have built. You can get involved in the Construction Technology program and learn things like carpentry, cabinetmaking, bricklaying, electrical, and most things that pertain to the construction industry. I would love to have the opportunity to discuss the Construction Technology program with you. Please phone or just stop by.”

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Peggy Wilson

Peggy Wilson

Peggy has taught cabinetmaking and carpentry in the Construction Technology program for four years. She is a former student of the OWATC Cabinetmaking program and has almost 20 years of woodworking experience.

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.