Building and Property Management Career Area

Overview

This course covers the overall management of a maintenance program in a commercial, industrial or residential complex. The curriculum includes: general building repairs, landscaping maintenance, pneumatics, hydraulics, heating and masonry. It also includes familiarization with woodworking, welding, metal fabrication and mechanical repairs.

The Freshmen will learn how to use basic measuring instruments, hand tools, and safe operation of shop power equipment. Students will review basic mathematical computations necessary to assist them in their work. Students will learn how to work from simple shop drawings to accomplish their tasks. The students will build several wood projects and will learn how to measure, cut, clean and solder copper tubing to required...

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Freshman Year

  • Shop Safety
  • Shop Maintenance
  • Build Several Wood Projects
  • Review of Basic Math
  • Learn the Theory of Safety, Etc.

Sophomore Year

  • Wire Basic Electric Currents
  • Safely Operate Wiring Equipment
  • Theory of Plant and Building Maintenence
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Basic Electric Tools

Junior Year

  • Safely Operate Welding Machines
  • Prepare Different Materials
  • Make Basic Sheet Metal Projects
  • The Theory of Electrical and Plumbing
  • Mechanical and Architectural Drawings

Senior Year

  • Basic Landscaping and Grounds Up-Keep
  • Prepare and Pour Concrete
  • Theory of Developing Landscaping
  • Stair Building & Wall Installation
  • Coop Opportunities
  • John Howard
  • Shop Instructor
  • All Grades
  • Ext. 1305
  • James Palmer
  • Related
  • All Grades
  • Ext. 1132