When you imagine your future, what do you see?
Careers in the finishing trades are expanding.
Our growing industry demands highly-educated workers who have their head in the game and their boots on the ground.
Don’t hesitate - this could be you!
- Experiencing and advancing…
- Personal satisfaction/achievement
- Increased knowledge of how to safely perform jobs
- Public speaking skills
- Improved written communication
- Your pathway to undergraduate degree and beyond!
- Opportunities for career advancement, like:
- Project Management
- Union Leadership
- Management and Front Office roles
Earn your Construction Technologies Degree in 3 years.
An Associate of Applied Science in Construction Technologies from FTIUM can take your career to new heights.
Choose your concentration.
Commercial Painters apply decorative and protective finishes in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial settings. They prepare a variety of surfaces (wood, masonry, drywall, plaster, concrete, synthetics, stucco and metal) prior to the application of materials such as paint, high performance coatings, waterproofing, fireproofing, varnish, shellac, wall coverings and special decorative finishes.
Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialists apply techniques to prepare substrates for coating and lining application. Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialists apply/install protective coatings and linings to steel and concrete on complex structures.
Drywall Finishers prepare drywall panels for painting by taping and finishing the joints and imperfections in the drywall surface.
Glaziers are responsible for selecting, cutting, installing, replacing, and removing all types of glass. They install architectural aluminum window systems, glass handrail, mirrors, door entrances and decorative wall systems in commercial and residential buildings
Glassworkers work in manufacturing and fabrication settings. Glassworkers fabricate aluminum window systems, shower enclosures, mirrors, door entrances and manufacture glass for commercial and residential buildings.
*Apprentices transferring credit from non-accredited apprenticeship programs or those who have completed an FTIUM apprenticeship before 2014 must have their credits assessed by Mountwest Community and Technical College for a nominal fee.