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Construction Managers

Construction managers plan, oversee, coordinate and develop budgets for a wide array of construction projects. Construction managers coordinate and oversee the construction project beginning with the conceptual development stage all the way through the final construction. They're objective is complete the project within budget and on time. Some sample job titles include constructors, project managers, general contractors and project engineers.

Construction managers are involved with the construction of residential, industrial and commercial buildings, schools, hospitals, roads and bridges. Construction managers may oversee the entire construction project or just one or several portions of the project, especially on large projects. They're responsible for scheduling and coordinating construction procedures including the hiring of specialty trade contractors.

Responsibilities

  • Direct and observe the progress of construction activities
  • Determine the best way to get materials to the construction site
  • Oversee the work of trade contractors
  • Determine the most cost effective plan and schedule for completing the construction project
  • Determine the labor requirements for a project
  • Estimate the time and budget requirements to meet deadlines
  • Oversee the selection of trade contractors and general contractors
  • Try to get the construction project completed on schedule
  • Obtain all required permits and licenses

Job Characteristics

Construction managers work from a main office or from an office at the construction site. They collaborate with engineers, architects, property owners, contracting firm managers and developers. They need good communication and interpersonal skills. They also need to be able to give clear directions.

Sometimes construction managers have to travel between two different sites they are managing. They might have extensive travel when the main office is not close to the construction site. Some construction managers work in a foreign country and have a temporary residence. Construction managers are often on call 24 hours a day. They may have to deal with emergencies on the job site. They sometimes work more than 40 hours a week.

Employment Outlook

Employment of construction managers is forecasted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to increase by 17 percent from 2008 to 2018 which is faster than average for all occupations.

The desire to make buildings more energy efficient should create more demand for construction managers that are involved with retrofitting buildings. More demand for construction managers may also occur due to replacing portions of the country's infrastructure including roads, bridges and water and sewer pipes.

In 2008 the median annual wages of salaried construction managers was $79,860. The highest paid 10 percent earned over $145,920. Some construction managers receive a salary and others are self-employed managers. Approximately 60 percent of construction managers are self-employed.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

A bachelor's degree in construction management, construction science, civil engineering or building science is becoming the norm for construction manager positions. However, some experienced construction workers may be able to move up to a managerial position, particularly those that have an appropriate associate degree or related college coursework along with construction experience. Practical experience is very important for the profession.

Construction supervisors and owners of speciality contracting firms sometimes become construction managers. However, due to construction processes becoming increasingly complex, employers are giving more emphasis to specialized education. Those with degrees in architecture and engineering that have gained experience on construction projects also enter construction management.

Graduates of bachelor's degree programs typically begin their careers as assistant project managers, field engineers, cost estimators or schedulers.

Bachelor's degree programs include classes in site planning, project control, construction methods, design, cost estimating, contract administration, building codes and standards, and value analysis. They also provide courses in accounting, architectural sciences, information technology, mathematics, statistics, business and financial management and other subjects.

Some colleges and universities offer a master's degree in construction management or construction science. Those with a master's degree and construction experience usually become construction managers for very large construction or construction management companies. Numerous two-year colleges provide construction management or construction technology programs.

Resources

Major Employers

The primary job providing sectors are nonresidential building construction, building equipment contractors, specialty trade contractors; foundation, structure and building exterior contractors; residential building construction, construction management firms, contracting companies, property owners and developers.

Schools for Construction Managers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Construction Managers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Construction Managers jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 1180 $89,090
Hoover 1180 $89,090
Mobile 360 $75,800
Huntsville 190 $78,860
Montgomery 180 $101,370
Fairhope 120 $77,160
Foley 120 $77,160
Daphne 120 $77,160
Florence 110 $75,110
Muscle Shoals 110 $75,110
Tuscaloosa 110 $78,460
Decatur 100 $76,310
Dothan 80 $72,410
Auburn 70 $75,330
Opelika 70 $75,330
Anniston -2222 $60,660
Jacksonville -2222 $60,660
Oxford -2222 $60,660
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 570 $122,870
Fairbanks 170 $96,120
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 4720 $81,720
Mesa 4720 $81,720
Phoenix 4720 $81,720
Tucson 420 $76,460
Prescott 160 $54,000
Flagstaff 140 $64,530
Yuma 60 $60,880
Douglas 60 $98,670
Sierra Vista 60 $98,670
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 670 $65,440
North Little Rock 670 $65,440
Little Rock 670 $65,440
Jonesboro 50 $59,990
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 11140 $91,440
Los Angeles 11140 $91,440
Long Beach 11140 $91,440
San Francisco 5410 $116,640
Hayward 5410 $116,640
Oakland 5410 $116,640
San Diego 3690 $88,690
Carlsbad 3690 $88,690
Ontario 2720 $94,210
San Bernardino 2720 $94,210
Riverside 2720 $94,210
Roseville 2040 $94,220
Arcade 2040 $94,220
Arden 2040 $94,220
Sacramento 2040 $94,220
Santa Clara 1910 $133,670
Sunnyvale 1910 $133,670
San Jose 1910 $133,670
Fresno 540 $79,930
Ventura 540 $93,000
Oxnard 540 $93,000
Thousand Oaks 540 $93,000
Bakersfield 510 $93,240
Santa Rosa 460 $95,130
Stockton 410 $81,730
Lodi 410 $81,730
Santa Maria 410 $91,000
Santa Barbara 410 $91,000
Modesto 330 $74,810
Vallejo 280 $106,100
Fairfield 280 $106,100
Arroyo Grande 260 $98,290
San Luis Obispo 260 $98,290
Paso Robles 260 $98,290
Salinas 180 $88,090
Visalia 160 $78,250
Porterville 160 $78,250
Santa Cruz 150 $87,750
Watsonville 150 $87,750
Redding 140 $61,210
Chico 110 $106,230
Napa 110 $114,500
Yuba City 60 $68,450
El Centro 50 $100,680
Madera 40 $82,400
Corcoran 30 $64,380
Hanford 30 $64,380
Merced -2222 $65,490
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 3820 $85,000
Denver 3820 $85,000
Lakewood 3820 $85,000
Colorado Springs 500 $81,560
Fort Collins 450 $79,450
Greeley 360 $84,230
Boulder 330 $78,410
Grand Junction 140 $74,580
Pueblo 80 $67,540
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 1260 $92,660
West Hartford 1260 $92,660
Hartford 1260 $92,660
Stamford 800 $108,810
Norwalk 800 $108,810
Bridgeport 800 $108,810
New Haven 450 $117,610
Waterbury 70 $91,950
Danbury -2222 $88,620
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 5830 $92,430
West Palm Beach 5830 $92,430
Miami 5830 $92,430
Kissimmee 2960 $76,130
Orlando 2960 $76,130
Sanford 2960 $76,130
Tampa 2410 $76,780
Clearwater 2410 $76,780
St. Petersburg 2410 $76,780
Jacksonville 1370 $78,460
Cape Coral 780 $75,100
Fort Myers 780 $75,100
Bradenton 610 $92,050
North Port 610 $92,050
Sarasota 610 $92,050
Immokalee 560 $92,020
Marco Island 560 $92,020
Naples 560 $92,020
Ferry Pass 480 $69,560
Pensacola 480 $69,560
Brent 480 $69,560
Lakeland 410 $77,860
Winter Haven 410 $77,860
Tallahassee 330 $72,030
Melbourne 330 $78,050
Palm Bay 330 $78,050
Titusville 330 $78,050
Deltona 310 $84,320
Daytona Beach 310 $84,320
Ormond Beach 310 $84,320
Port St. Lucie 260 $-1,111
Ocala 170 $68,440
Gainesville 170 $82,710
Destin 150 $85,780
Fort Walton Beach 150 $85,780
Crestview 150 $85,780
Panama City 120 $67,850
The Villages 80 $81,810
Sebastian 60 $83,130
Vero Beach 60 $83,130
Homosassa Springs -2222 $68,470
Punta Gorda -2222 $87,240
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 4190 $97,230
Atlanta 4190 $97,230
Roswell 4190 $97,230
Savannah 180 $90,800
Clarke County 120 $95,530
Athens 120 $95,530
Macon 100 $78,540
Gainesville 70 $-2,222
Valdosta 50 $63,290
Warner Robins 50 $69,170
Albany 50 $89,360
Dalton 30 $66,250
Brunswick 30 $91,820
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1450 $94,790
Lahaina 160 $117,200
Wailuku 160 $117,200
Kahului 160 $117,200
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 610 $79,800
Idaho Falls 150 $77,350
Coeur d'Alene 110 $61,360
Pocatello 40 $56,790
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 210 $75,430
Champaign 150 $62,950
Urbana 150 $62,950
Springfield 110 $85,940
Rockford 100 $84,870
Marion 40 $69,320
Carbondale 40 $69,320
Decatur 30 $78,990
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 2220 $83,960
Carmel 2220 $83,960
Indianapolis 2220 $83,960
Fort Wayne 240 $76,340
Terre Haute 140 $83,620
Bloomington 110 $64,230
Michigan City 100 $79,360
La Porte 100 $79,360
West Lafayette 90 $61,900
Lafayette 90 $61,900
Elkhart 90 $66,070
Goshen 90 $66,070
Columbus 90 $67,510
Muncie 50 $65,030
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 980 $82,920
Des Moines 980 $82,920
Cedar Rapids 350 $71,410
Iowa City 180 $61,630
Cedar Falls 140 $58,880
Waterloo 140 $58,880
Ames 90 $67,350
Dubuque 80 $66,560
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 620 $70,310
Topeka 200 $75,890
Manhattan 100 $71,090
Lawrence 50 $40,150
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 540 $80,100
Lexington 540 $80,100
Owensboro 110 $67,480
Bowling Green 100 $78,720
Fort Knox 40 $93,730
Elizabethtown 40 $93,730
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 1260 $90,610
New Orleans 870 $79,660
Metairie 870 $79,660
Shreveport 300 $86,660
Bossier City 300 $86,660
Lake Charles 260 $89,290
Lafayette 170 $84,800
Houma 90 $92,500
Thibodaux 90 $92,500
Monroe 80 $63,610
Alexandria 70 $64,220
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 450 $78,850
South Portland 450 $78,850
Bangor 100 $64,370
Auburn 70 $84,100
Lewiston 70 $84,100
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 3350 $96,670
Towson 3350 $96,670
Columbia 3350 $96,670
Lexington Park 60 $91,730
California 60 $91,730
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 180 $72,580
Gardner 50 $90,670
Leominster 50 $90,670
New Bedford 50 $96,480
Pittsfield 40 $94,030
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Detroit 1700 $92,670
Dearborn 1700 $92,670
Warren 1700 $92,670
Grand Rapids 650 $76,100
Wyoming 650 $76,100
Lansing 240 $79,930
East Lansing 240 $79,930
Ann Arbor 200 $92,890
Portage 130 $90,870
Kalamazoo 130 $90,870
Flint 110 $75,110
Jackson 60 $135,840
Midland 50 $76,350
Monroe 50 $93,790
Niles 40 $80,150
Benton Harbor 40 $80,150
Saginaw 30 $79,850
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 150 $79,500
Rochester 100 $95,930
Mankato 40 $70,090
North Mankato 40 $70,090
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pascagoula 270 $62,710
Biloxi 270 $62,710
Gulfport 270 $62,710
Jackson 200 $53,740
Hattiesburg 50 $57,080
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 220 $83,020
Springfield 210 $59,980
Jefferson City 110 $66,790
Joplin 50 $-1,111
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 130 $82,130
Missoula 90 $80,640
Great Falls 30 $80,490
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 520 $74,430
Grand Island 90 $71,170
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 2620 $78,230
Henderson 2620 $78,230
Las Vegas 2620 $78,230
Reno 740 $76,700
Carson City 60 $80,420
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 280 $93,290
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 300 $117,370
Atlantic City 160 $-1,111
Hammonton 160 $-1,111
Vineland 50 $-1,111
Bridgeton 50 $-1,111
Ocean City 30 $117,230
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 670 $72,430
Farmington 160 $93,900
Las Cruces 80 $56,880
Santa Fe 50 $77,810
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 830 $81,780
Albany 700 $74,800
Troy 700 $74,800
Schenectady 700 $74,800
Niagara Falls 510 $77,540
Buffalo 510 $77,540
Cheektowaga 510 $77,540
Syracuse 320 $86,360
Binghamton 90 $88,270
Elmira 60 $83,710
Rome 40 $-1,111
Utica 40 $-1,111
Fort Drum 40 $106,780
Watertown 40 $106,780
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1880 $89,770
Greensboro 640 $81,410
High Point 640 $81,410
Durham 450 $97,310
Chapel Hill 450 $97,310
Salem 410 $89,160
Winston 410 $89,160
Wilmington 290 $98,690
Asheville 220 $79,930
Fayetteville 110 $103,360
Rocky Mount 100 $80,860
Greenville 90 $76,490
Hickory 80 $83,690
Morganton 80 $83,690
Lenoir 80 $83,690
Goldsboro 70 $82,850
Burlington 60 $93,260
Jacksonville 50 $86,090
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 200 $87,770
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 2070 $90,620
Cleveland 1820 $87,470
Elyria 1820 $87,470
Dayton 620 $82,790
Toledo 590 $84,420
Akron 540 $88,410
Massillon 250 $81,390
Canton 250 $81,390
Mansfield 60 $96,230
Springfield 40 $89,600
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1350 $72,650
Tulsa 970 $72,320
Lawton 40 $63,100
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 510 $77,080
Eugene 350 $73,620
Redmond 250 $80,560
Bend 250 $80,560
Medford 160 $75,880
Albany 90 $91,020
Corvallis 50 $94,120
Grants Pass 50 $97,330
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1780 $100,390
Lancaster 500 $83,620
York 450 $80,250
Hanover 450 $80,250
Carlisle 390 $79,310
Harrisburg 390 $79,310
Wilkes 230 $78,320
Scranton 230 $78,320
Hazleton 230 $78,320
Barre 230 $78,320
Reading 230 $99,220
State College 110 $72,880
Chambersburg 80 $62,500
Waynesboro 80 $62,500
Erie 70 $60,690
Lebanon 70 $71,950
Williamsport 70 $82,290
Altoona 50 $70,290
Gettysburg 50 $76,590
Bloomsburg 30 $92,520
Berwick 30 $92,520
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 400 $60,570
Carolina 400 $60,570
San Juan 400 $60,570
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mauldin 900 $82,130
Greenville 900 $82,130
Anderson 900 $82,130
Charleston 550 $89,150
North Charleston 550 $89,150
Columbia 510 $91,630
Beaufort 150 $102,880
Bluffton 150 $102,880
Hilton Head Island 150 $102,880
Spartanburg 110 $85,500
Florence 90 $75,080
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 80 $90,500
Rapid City 50 $90,650
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1840 $73,480
Franklin 1840 $73,480
Davidson 1840 $73,480
Nashville 1840 $73,480
Knoxville 750 $77,390
Johnson City 80 $71,780
Cleveland 50 $84,070
Morristown 30 $57,790
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
The Woodlands 9280 $89,250
Houston 9280 $89,250
Sugar Land 9280 $89,250
Dallas 7330 $88,400
Fort Worth 7330 $88,400
Arlington 7330 $88,400
Austin 2010 $91,910
Round Rock 2010 $91,910
New Braunfels 1950 $85,390
San Antonio 1950 $85,390
Port Arthur 780 $90,600
Beaumont 780 $90,600
Corpus Christi 410 $89,250
El Paso 340 $72,270
Killeen 310 $61,520
Temple 310 $61,520
Longview 240 $77,350
Midland 230 $82,990
Lubbock 200 $79,880
McAllen 170 $77,420
Edinburg 170 $77,420
Mission 170 $77,420
Bryan 140 $71,530
College Station 140 $71,530
Waco 140 $76,280
Tyler 120 $93,130
Odessa 120 $110,400
Amarillo 110 $93,030
Victoria 90 $76,260
Harlingen 80 $76,910
Brownsville 80 $76,910
Denison 60 $81,840
Sherman 60 $81,840
Abilene 50 $66,410
Laredo 40 $70,050
San Angelo -2222 $90,490
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1420 $80,050
Clearfield 500 $69,170
Ogden 500 $69,170
Orem 390 $75,590
Provo 390 $75,590
St. George 40 $56,290
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 210 $91,930
Burlington 210 $91,930
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 730 $89,910
Roanoke 230 $79,010
Charlottesville 120 $94,010
Harrisonburg 100 $128,220
Blacksburg 80 $68,090
Radford 80 $68,090
Christiansburg 80 $68,090
Lynchburg 70 $78,030
Waynesboro 50 $90,170
Staunton 50 $90,170
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 5000 $94,750
Tacoma 5000 $94,750
Seattle 5000 $94,750
Richland 350 $111,630
Kennewick 350 $111,630
Spokane 340 $73,430
Spokane Valley 340 $73,430
Bellingham 140 $88,200
Anacortes 130 $82,500
Mount Vernon 130 $82,500
Olympia 120 $82,700
Tumwater 120 $82,700
Bremerton 110 $92,360
Silverdale 110 $92,360
Longview 60 $90,790
Yakima 60 $92,530
Wenatchee 50 $59,530
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 90 $87,220
Morgantown 80 $84,990
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 820 $104,200
West Allis 820 $104,200
Milwaukee 820 $104,200
Madison 500 $89,980
Appleton 200 $102,040
Green Bay 150 $77,190
Janesville 90 $90,330
Beloit 90 $90,330
Eau Claire 90 $94,760
Fond du Lac 80 $95,170
Wausau 50 $91,940
Racine 30 $84,310
Oshkosh -2222 $101,840
Neenah -2222 $101,840
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 70 $84,390
Casper 50 $76,040

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Construction Managers

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2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Construction 94,840 43% $77,890
Construction Trades 63,620 28% $79,750
Civil Engineering 24,160 10% $82,920
Professional And Technical Services 12,130 5% $85,430
Government 8,360 3% $72,580
Real Estate 4,850 2% $89,660
Business Management 3,000 1% $88,570
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