BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

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  • Student uses a cordless drill-driver to install curtain hardware at a window.Construct, erect, install, and repair all residential building components.
  • Operate power tools, interpret construction documents, produce estimates, and evaluate and perform project cost analysis.
  • Earn industry-recognized, valuable certifications, such as OSHA, PBA, and fork lift certifications.
  • Fabricate, weld, and machine metal materials.

Job Titles – Career Pathways
13-1051   Cost Estimator
47-2061   Construction Laborers
47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters and Steamfitters
47-3012   Helpers — Carpenters
47-3013   Helpers — Electricians
49-9042   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
49-9098   Helpers — Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
51-4121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers

Students cut vinyl siding with a chop saw on the site of a house renovation project.

CTC knowledge transfers to college credits at:
Commonwealth Technical Institute
Community College of Allegheny County
Luzerne County Community College
Orleans Technical Institute
Pennsylvania College of Technology


 

Student Certifications
NOCTI – National Occupational Competency Testing Institute Certification
*  Building Property Maintenance
Forklift Operator Certification
OSHA – Safety Certification
PBA – Pennsylvania Builders Association

Accreditations – PBA – Pennsylvania Builders Association

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➤ For more detailed information about this program, including the grading policy, task list, etc., please refer to the course syllabus.

➤ Adult Education Clock Hour/Credit Hour Chart for this program


Mr. Holtzman, Building and Property Maintenance instructor
Instructor – Mr. Mark Holtzman

Biography
I am a lifelong resident of Berks County. I began my career in the construction field when I was a senior in high school. I continued my career into residential construction where I framed and fashioned houses. I decided to go to college to study construction management and get into the commercial market.

After leaving Millersville University, I worked at various construction companies in the commercial/industrial and correctional fields. I have held positions in the construction industry from laborer to general manager.

 
Education
Vocational I Teaching Certification, Temple University
Applied Engineering, Millersville University

Certifications and Awards
OSHA 30 Construction Safety
Certified Lift Truck Trainer

Work Experience
I have worked for companies specializing in all areas of building construction, including construction or maintenance/repair of residential, commercial, industrial, and correctional facilities.

Hire Date: 2010


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