Construction Technologies

The Construction Technology Pathway develops student’s knowledge and practical application of OSHA safety rules and regulations as they pertain to the residential construction industry.  Students will be acquainted with the use of a variety of hand and power tools used in the construction industry and develop the skills necessary to compete in a variety of building projects.

Students will be expected to develop and apply their learned skills on mock building projects and demonstrate the discipline necessary to meet the needs of actual customer expectations as they work through the challenges of the job site.

The Nampa School District program has partnered with Habitat for Humanity and students have the opportunity to work side-by-side with industry professionals through the entire house building process.  Project activities will include site preparation, concrete forms, foundations and footings, flatwork, wall framing, blueprint reading and finish carpentry work.  Each of our students are involved in this construction process from the initial movement of dirt to the passing of the keys to the new homeowners. 

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