Construction and Sustainability

Students in CTE Construction and Sustainability programs can learn about and gain work experience in the following areas:

  • Carpentry
  • Electrical
  • Energy Technology
  • HVAC
  • Historic Preservation and Plumbing

Key credentials presently offered: 

  • NCCER-Core
  • GPRO-Fundamentals of Building Green
  • GPRO-Construction Management
  • Building Performance Institute-Building Analyst
  • ETA-Student Electronic Certification
  • OSHA 10 and 30

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CTE Construction and Sustainability Commission

The CTE Construction and Sustainability Commission is chaired by Stephanie Burns, Vice President, Community and Citizenship, Turner Construction Company.

Construction and Sustainability Core Commission Members include:

  • City University of New York: Hostos Community College
  • Columbia University
  • District Council 9
  • Edward J. Malloy Initiative for Construction Skills
  • Einstein Electrical
  • Here to Here 
  • Industrial Management and Training Institute 
  • Johns Manville
  • Local Union 3: Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry 
  • Local Union 28: Sheet Metal Workers 
  • Local Union 94: Operating Engineers
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority: Headquarters 
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority: Metro-North Railroad
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority: NYC Transit
  • NYC Department of Design and Construction
  • Pima Community College 
  • Tools and Tiaras
  • Turner Construction
  • Vortex Piping and Heating 
  • Woodlawn Conservancy

Interested in hosting a CTE Industry Scholar in the Construction and Sustainability sector? Learn more about the CTE Industry Scholars Program

Labor Market Information for the Construction and Sustainability Sector

PDF iconLabor Market Demand & Hiring Practices: Construction and Sustainability, Spring 2019