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The Construction Industry today is a dynamic, changing work environment that offers excellent career opportunities. Firms all over the world are modernizing, applying new technologies, expanding internationally, and
employing more engineers than ever before. Small, medium, and large construction firms alike are striving for the most modern management on their projects and as businesses. By using modern technology and current management methods, constructors are leaving behind the image of the construction workplace as a grimy and labor-intensive setting.
Spurred by general population growth and an increased emphasis on infrastructure and security, Indian Engineers will be in high demand.
Construction Manger/engineers hold bright career prospects innumerousindustries. The industries they can work in, include Construction Management, Design-build Construction, Residential Construction, General Building Construction, Transportation Construction, Heavy CivilConstruction, Hazardous Waste Construction, Demolition and Wrecking Construction, Electrical Construction, Mechanical Construction, Concrete Construction, Masonry Construction, Painting Construction, Roofing Construction, Excavation and Foundation Construction and related professions.
Occupations in this Industry
- Blue-Collar Worker Supervisors
- Cement Masons
- Civil Engineers Construction Helpers
- Construction Managers
- Construction and Building Inspectors
- Construction and Well Drillers
- Cost Estimators
- General Construction Workers
- Heavy Truck Drivers
- Line Installers and Repairers
- Material Moving Machine Operators
- Mechanic and Repairer Helpers
- Operating Engineers
- Plumbers and Pipefitters
- Structural Metal Workers
The Employers look for :
Prospects in construction management, architectural and engineering services, and construction contracting firms should be best for persons who have a bachelor's or higher degree in construction science, construction management, or civil engineering, as well as practical experience working in construction. Employers prefer applicants with previous construction work experience who can combine a strong background in building technology with proven supervisory or managerial skills.
The level of formal education the employer seeks varies with the job. For some careers they require a college degree, while for others, experience is more important, and usually means completing an apprenticeship program. However, the basic formal qualification which the employers seek is an engineering degree B.E / B.Tech or atleast a diploma in any one of the several branches of Engineering.