Construction Technologies Division

The construction industry employs about 10 million workers across the United States. As technological advances are made in this field to raise its efficiency, professionals equipped with the advanced skills necessary to excel in this evolving industry will be in high demand.

Central Piedmont Community College’s Construction Technologies division is home to a variety of programs designed to produce graduates who are prepared to enter today’s construction workforce. Whether you’re interested in pursuing a career in construction; masonry; heating, air conditioning and refrigeration; or electrical systems technology, CPCC has a program for you incorporating the latest techniques and theories of green building and renewable technologies. Our curriculum programs boast easy enrollment, hands-on training that includes practical experience at actual construction sites, scholarship opportunities and concentrated learning tracks in select programs that will allow you to complete your certification requirements in as little as one semester.

Academic Programs

Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration

Architectural Technologies

Construction Management Technology

Electrical Systems Technology

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Corporate and Continuing Education Programs

If you are a working professional, looking to change careers, or have a personal interest, learn more about

Crowder Construction Institute.


Attend the Applied & Construction Technologies Open House!

During the event, you will be able to:

  • learn about our many degree, diploma and industry certificate programs
  • tour our state-of-the-art classroom/labs
  • meet our experienced faculty and staff members
  • discover how CPCC is preparing students for today’s careers in Construction Management, Architecture, Electrical Systems ,HVAC (AHR), Advertising + Graphic Design, Graphic Arts & Flexography, Welding & Non-Destructive Examination

Invite someone you know, to come see & check out the programs of study at CPCC Harper Campus. There will be live classroom demos, grab bags, FREE popcorn & ice cream! Food Vending will be available to purchase!

To learn more, please contact Margaret Thornton at 704-330-2722 ext. 7451

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