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A basic knowledge of math is a must for anyone working or hoping to work in the field of construction. Taking accurate measurements, converting between various units of measure and even using ratios can be an important part of the job.  

The truth about plumbers.

When Ben Morgan first looked into the plumbing industry, he was surprised to learn that plumbers make up part of the construction crew and that they must be proficient in math. After eight years working on everything from multilevel buildings to new home construction, he can attest that math is one of the most important tools you’ll need on the jobsite.  Learn More »

Students who are pursuing a career in construction may view math as a subject they can cast aside after high school graduation. On the contrary, construction workers are required to have, at the very least, basic math skills under their tool belts. To help your students understand the importance of paying attention in math class and the knowledge needed to attend trade school, we’ve included a PDF with some sample equations that your students can use to up their arithmetic game. You can email us to receive the answer sheet.  Learn More » 

Other News

Keep your students in the know with upcoming events and programs to help them discover the career of their future.
 
  • Your students are invited to attend the AGC Heavy Highway Career Fair November 15
  • Check out the many construction jobs available at AGCNEjobs.org
  • Contact us to schedule an industry professional to visit your classroom
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