Construction Technology, A.A.S.

Overview

This umbrella program includes the disciplines of architecture, civil, and construction management technologies (AEC – architecture, engineering and construction). With the degree, you can transfer into a baccalaureate program. You will also be qualified as technical designers, engineering technicians, and construction management technicians in inspection, testing, scheduling, and estimating. Composed of a technical core, the program will provide you with a foundation essential in the AEC industries that includes construction materials, blueprint reading, codes and regulations, contracts and specifications, surveying, and CAD (computer aided design) with a BIM (building information modeling) focus. The architecture track expands on the design process and sustainable site development, while the civil track expands upon structures, hydrology and drainage, and soils. The construction management track rounds out the third concentration with a focus on construction estimating, logistics, critical-path, and scheduling

Career Options

Architecture
Engineering
Construction Firms
Municipal Building and Planning Offices
Transportation, Utility, and Construction Departments

Easy Transfer Options

Central Connecticut State University
Eastern Connecticut State University
Sacred Heart University
Southern Connecticut State University
University of Bridgeport
University of Connecticut
University of New Haven
University of Saint Joseph
Western Connecticut State University 

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Faculty

See below for a list of all full-time Department Faculty. Please note that not all listed faculty may teach courses related to this specific degree or certificate program.

Patrick Burton

A.S., Three Rivers Community College; B.S., University of New Haven; M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Computer Science
Office: C162
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9476
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Mark Comeau

A.S., Thames Valley State Technical College; B.S., B.Arch., Roger Williams University; M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Licensed-Registered Architect, CT, RI, NY NCARB Board CertifiedBusiness and Technologies Department Department Chair & Professor of Construction Technology
Office: C218
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9415
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Aaron Dahlen

A.A., Northland Community College; B.S., Minnesota State University Mankato; M.S., Minnesota State University Mankato Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology
Office: C140
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9476

Thomas Dobkowski

A.S., Hartford State Technical College; B.S., Central Connecticut State UniversityBusiness and Technologies Department Lab Technician
B105
(860) 215-9449

Michael Gentry

B.S., M.S., Cornell UniversityBusiness and Technologies Department Assistant Professor of Engineering
Office: C154
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9428

Chris Kmiecik

B.S., Coast Guard Academy; M.S., Monterey Post-Graduate School Technology Lecturer
Office: C126
Faculty Office Hours 860-215-9507
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Soumyashree Sahoo

B.A., Krupajal Engineering College; M.A., Konarek Institute of Science and Technology Computer Science Lecturer
Office: C106
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9409
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James R Sherrard

B.S., U.S. Coast Guard Academy; M.S.N.E., M.S.N.A., Nav. E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.S.M.E., University of Connecticut; M.S.N.S., Catholic University of America; P.E., MarylandBusiness and Technologies Department Professor of Nuclear Engineering Technology
Office: C-210
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9472
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Mark J Vesligaj

B.S. North Carolina State University; M.S. Carnegie Mellon UniversityBusiness and Technologies Department Professor of Engineering Science
Office: C-128
Faculty Office Hours (860) 215-9442

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Mark Comeau
860-215-9415