Construction Managers

The construction of any structure, whether a small bungalow or a skyscraper, is a complicated process. When erecting a new building, an architect must first design the structure according to the owner's wishes; carpenters, masonry workers, electricians, and plumbers must work on the foundation, interior, and exterior of the structure; and building inspectors must ensure all work is done according to the city's code. The construction manager is considered the supervisor and liaison for every step of a building's creation.

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