How do I do construction management of townhouses in New York City?


How do I do construction management of townhouses in New York City?

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, New York City, along with Newark and Jersey City, was the metropolitan area with the highest number of construction managers in 2019. The path to becoming a construction manager is similar regardless of where you want to work and what types of construction you want to oversee. Modern construction managers hold a mix of formal education and practical experience.

Many construction managers chose to earn a bachelor's degree in either project management or a related field, such as building science or civil engineering. Certificate programs and associate's degrees in construction principles are also available. These courses give a good foundation in project management, safety practices, building codes and laws, engineering, scheduling, and more.

After getting a theoretical framework, you're ready to start gaining experience. You can look for internships as a student or a recent graduate, then seek assistant manager positions. Since you know you want to work with townhouses, target construction firms that manage such projects. Practical experience is very important in the construction industry and you may spend five years or more as an assistant manager before moving up to a full construction manager.

For more information about becoming a construction manager, check out this article: Construction Manager: Job Description & Career Requirements

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