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Construction Supervisors

Construction supervisors oversee skilled and unskilled workers at construction sites. Construction supervisors ensure the workers efficiently use materials and equipment and their time. Supervisors of construction and extraction workers set priorities and delegate tasks. They plan and schedule work and keep records of the progress made on the site.

Some of the common job titles include construction superintendent, building construction superintendent, building contractor, building construction contractor, carpentry supervisor and construction foreman.

Construction supervisors report to site superintendents who oversee all of the crews on a construction job. On small construction jobs a supervisor, known as a working supervisor, works alongside the construction crew. With large construction projects, supervisors spend a lot of time with management activities.

They monitor the working conditions of the site and need to be aware of problems that occur and resolve them. Construction superintendents need to take actions and establish and enforce procedures to reduce the level of danger at a work site.

Construction supervisors need to be able to interpret blueprints and plans. They also provide advice to workers regarding how to perform specific tasks. They sometimes direct the training of new employees. Supervisors are typically experts in their craft.

Responsibilities

  • Keep records of the materials used for the construction job
  • Report on costs, safety and personnel
  • Ensure safety rules are adhered to by construction workers
  • Keep the project on schedule
  • Review company rules and policies with workers
  • Acquire knowledge about union contracts and procedures
  • Meet with union representatives to create solutions regarding worker complaints
  • Discuss the project with superintendents

Job Characteristics

Supervisors of construction and extraction workers should have good communication and interpersonal skills. They need to be able to give clear directions. Construction supervisors spend most of their time on the job site and are typically the last to leave the site each day. They are unable to work in harsh weather. Construction jobs are often short-term, thus supervisors may experience lulls in employment.

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 increase in demand for construction managers will probably increase the demand for construction supervisors.

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

Construction supervisors may move up to site superintendent positions or become contractors. The condition of the local economy is a significant factor regarding the job growth for construction supervisors in a particular area. Government spending on construction projects also has an effect on the number of construction supervisor jobs. In addition, the median annual salary of first-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers in 2008 was $58,140.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Employers seek those that have experience and skills in construction trades and leadership ability. The majority of construction supervisors are former union members that have moved up through the construction trade.

Construction supervisors often begin their careers as apprentices and then become experienced craft workers before acquiring a supervisor position. This path allows them to be sensitive to the issues and complaints of construction workers and they acquire knowledge regarding union negotiations and grievance procedures.

A lot of construction supervisors do not have a college degree, however an increasing number of employees are seeking candidates that have some college training. Supervisors need to have a comprehensive knowledge of construction. Primarily through experience, they learn how the various jobs at a construction site should be performed.

Resources

Major Employers

The top job providing sectors are building equipment contractors, nonresidential building construction, specialty trade contractors; foundation, structure and building exterior contractors; and residential building construction.

Schools for Supervisors Of Construction And Extraction Workers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Supervisors Of Construction and Extraction Workers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Supervisors Of Construction and Extraction Workers 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
Hoover 3300 $59,270
Birmingham 3300 $59,270
Mobile 1380 $55,190
Huntsville 950 $53,630
Montgomery 840 $50,870
Tuscaloosa 630 $55,920
Foley 430 $48,880
Fairhope 430 $48,880
Daphne 430 $48,880
Florence 370 $57,520
Muscle Shoals 370 $57,520
Dothan 350 $47,760
Decatur 340 $57,500
Opelika 210 $53,850
Auburn 210 $53,850
Gadsden 120 $48,880
Jacksonville 110 $55,260
Anniston 110 $55,260
Oxford 110 $55,260
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 550 $92,630
Fairbanks 210 $91,670
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 10030 $59,620
Phoenix 10030 $59,620
Scottsdale 10030 $59,620
Tucson 1460 $57,450
Prescott 280 $52,290
Lake Havasu City 260 $54,220
Kingman 260 $54,220
Flagstaff 230 $68,050
Yuma 170 $49,580
Sierra Vista 90 $61,400
Douglas 90 $61,400
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1550 $51,280
North Little Rock 1550 $51,280
Little Rock 1550 $51,280
Jonesboro 170 $46,330
Pine Bluff 150 $49,360
Hot Springs 130 $44,650
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 15480 $74,970
Long Beach 15480 $74,970
Los Angeles 15480 $74,970
Oakland 6970 $85,570
Hayward 6970 $85,570
San Francisco 6970 $85,570
Carlsbad 5300 $78,110
San Diego 5300 $78,110
Ontario 4990 $70,830
Riverside 4990 $70,830
San Bernardino 4990 $70,830
Sunnyvale 3230 $90,380
San Jose 3230 $90,380
Santa Clara 3230 $90,380
Roseville 3030 $68,350
Sacramento 3030 $68,350
Arcade 3030 $68,350
Arden 3030 $68,350
Bakersfield 1800 $64,850
Fresno 830 $59,690
Oxnard 810 $81,790
Ventura 810 $81,790
Thousand Oaks 810 $81,790
Vallejo 600 $78,690
Fairfield 600 $78,690
Stockton 580 $62,680
Lodi 580 $62,680
Santa Rosa 580 $83,070
Santa Barbara 540 $76,070
Santa Maria 540 $76,070
Modesto 500 $61,530
San Luis Obispo 370 $65,780
Paso Robles 370 $65,780
Arroyo Grande 370 $65,780
Salinas 330 $72,530
Porterville 260 $59,310
Visalia 260 $59,310
Chico 250 $64,350
Napa 220 $77,330
Watsonville 210 $76,630
Santa Cruz 210 $76,630
El Centro 140 $76,040
Redding 130 $65,470
Merced 120 $65,340
Yuba City 110 $69,970
Hanford 80 $70,090
Corcoran 80 $70,090
Madera 70 $66,580
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 7730 $66,880
Denver 7730 $66,880
Lakewood 7730 $66,880
Greeley 1150 $59,570
Colorado Springs 1110 $64,100
Fort Collins 650 $63,590
Grand Junction 480 $70,110
Boulder 440 $57,010
Pueblo 210 $58,770
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 1530 $73,590
West Hartford 1530 $73,590
Hartford 1530 $73,590
Stamford 1040 $75,680
Norwalk 1040 $75,680
Bridgeport 1040 $75,680
New Haven 960 $76,940
Waterbury 290 $76,420
Danbury 270 $72,930
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 170 $63,180
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 10460 $62,210
West Palm Beach 10460 $62,210
Miami 10460 $62,210
Kissimmee 6680 $54,080
Orlando 6680 $54,080
Sanford 6680 $54,080
Clearwater 6390 $53,710
St. Petersburg 6390 $53,710
Tampa 6390 $53,710
Jacksonville 2970 $56,330
Cape Coral 2090 $54,920
Fort Myers 2090 $54,920
North Port 1550 $58,060
Sarasota 1550 $58,060
Bradenton 1550 $58,060
Marco Island 1380 $57,250
Immokalee 1380 $57,250
Naples 1380 $57,250
Winter Haven 1190 $48,160
Lakeland 1190 $48,160
Brent 1010 $46,360
Pensacola 1010 $46,360
Ferry Pass 1010 $46,360
Melbourne 960 $53,230
Palm Bay 960 $53,230
Titusville 960 $53,230
Deltona 870 $52,580
Ormond Beach 870 $52,580
Daytona Beach 870 $52,580
Port St. Lucie 750 $55,320
Tallahassee 680 $53,500
Gainesville 570 $57,950
Crestview 530 $52,020
Destin 530 $52,020
Fort Walton Beach 530 $52,020
Ocala 510 $48,510
Panama City 340 $47,050
Punta Gorda 240 $50,130
Homosassa Springs 190 $51,630
Sebastian 190 $54,390
Vero Beach 190 $54,390
The Villages 160 $47,730
Sebring 70 $37,800
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 7760 $61,310
Sandy Springs 7760 $61,310
Atlanta 7760 $61,310
Savannah 440 $54,300
Macon 260 $54,950
Gainesville 240 $60,790
Albany 220 $53,790
Valdosta 210 $59,700
Warner Robins 210 $67,000
Athens 140 $53,820
Clarke County 140 $53,820
Brunswick 110 $55,170
Dalton 80 $48,130
Rome 60 $55,870
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1780 $78,550
Lahaina 270 $76,060
Wailuku 270 $76,060
Kahului 270 $76,060
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 1450 $55,580
Idaho Falls 420 $70,720
Coeur d'Alene 240 $53,570
Pocatello 90 $45,360
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 450 $76,050
Springfield 270 $72,500
Rockford 230 $72,780
Marion 220 $38,200
Carbondale 220 $38,200
Decatur 210 $57,110
Bloomington 180 $71,000
Champaign 160 $85,460
Urbana 160 $85,460
Kankakee 60 $64,350
Danville 30 $52,240
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Indianapolis 4090 $64,050
Anderson 4090 $64,050
Carmel 4090 $64,050
Fort Wayne 680 $56,730
Bloomington 240 $61,960
West Lafayette 230 $61,670
Lafayette 230 $61,670
Terre Haute 180 $62,000
Goshen 170 $59,950
Elkhart 170 $59,950
Muncie 140 $53,180
Columbus 110 $57,000
La Porte 110 $70,250
Michigan City 110 $70,250
Kokomo 60 $47,640
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1640 $57,590
Des Moines 1640 $57,590
Cedar Rapids 500 $62,190
Iowa City 270 $57,610
Cedar Falls 270 $61,330
Waterloo 270 $61,330
Ames 210 $50,950
Dubuque 180 $59,020
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 1430 $54,970
Topeka 450 $59,630
Manhattan 190 $48,250
Lawrence 150 $56,210
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 1060 $56,410
Fayette 1060 $56,410
Bowling Green 370 $50,360
Owensboro 190 $65,480
Fort Knox 110 $55,630
Elizabethtown 110 $55,630
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 4470 $66,730
New Orleans 2850 $58,740
Metairie 2850 $58,740
Lafayette 980 $56,460
Lake Charles 880 $59,130
Shreveport 760 $55,690
Bossier City 760 $55,690
Thibodaux 450 $59,580
Houma 450 $59,580
Alexandria 310 $65,140
Monroe 200 $53,870
Hammond 80 $48,220
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Portland 600 $57,130
South Portland 600 $57,130
Bangor 270 $49,070
Auburn 210 $49,400
Lewiston 210 $49,400
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 7640 $64,790
Towson 7640 $64,790
Columbia 7640 $64,790
Lexington Park 130 $66,430
California 130 $66,430
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 380 $64,020
New Bedford 160 $64,010
Pittsfield 160 $66,490
Gardner 140 $68,590
Leominster 140 $68,590
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 4850 $62,290
Detroit 4850 $62,290
Warren 4850 $62,290
Grand Rapids 1650 $60,650
Wyoming 1650 $60,650
Lansing 580 $62,840
East Lansing 580 $62,840
Portage 360 $65,490
Kalamazoo 360 $65,490
Ann Arbor 250 $74,590
Flint 230 $59,000
Saginaw 200 $58,860
Midland 180 $56,280
Muskegon 130 $60,820
Niles 120 $63,170
Benton Harbor 120 $63,170
Jackson 100 $58,610
Bay City 90 $57,810
Battle Creek 90 $64,230
Monroe N/A $67,600
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 200 $71,420
Rochester 180 $70,830
Mankato 80 $56,990
North Mankato 80 $56,990
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 980 $49,440
Pascagoula 850 $54,970
Biloxi 850 $54,970
Gulfport 850 $54,970
Hattiesburg 280 $44,780
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 530 $52,780
Jefferson City 240 $45,150
Columbia 220 $54,840
Joplin 140 $51,000
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 590 $63,880
Missoula 240 $62,880
Great Falls 220 $59,650
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 890 $57,370
Grand Island 200 $43,240
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 3050 $64,300
Henderson 3050 $64,300
Las Vegas 3050 $64,300
Reno 620 $61,840
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 400 $64,200
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 410 $70,250
Atlantic City 290 $78,800
Hammonton 290 $78,800
Vineland 150 $67,880
Bridgeton 150 $67,880
Ocean City 140 $63,970
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 2180 $52,570
Farmington 620 $61,710
Las Cruces 290 $47,590
Santa Fe 240 $52,160
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheektowaga 1600 $66,470
Niagara Falls 1600 $66,470
Buffalo 1600 $66,470
Albany 1360 $67,230
Schenectady 1360 $67,230
Troy 1360 $67,230
Rochester 1210 $64,100
Syracuse 1030 $61,210
Binghamton 260 $63,040
Utica 200 $58,260
Rome 200 $58,260
Glens Falls 160 $57,640
Fort Drum 160 $59,400
Watertown 160 $59,400
Kingston 140 $61,420
Ithaca 130 $67,630
Elmira 90 $60,930
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 3850 $59,380
High Point 1370 $57,680
Greensboro 1370 $57,680
Winston 1080 $54,990
Salem 1080 $54,990
Durham 1030 $55,790
Chapel Hill 1030 $55,790
Wilmington 820 $56,830
Asheville 730 $49,540
Fayetteville 590 $56,120
Morganton 370 $57,400
Hickory 370 $57,400
Lenoir 370 $57,400
Greenville 310 $51,760
Burlington 230 $54,070
Rocky Mount 210 $51,910
Jacksonville 210 $58,090
Goldsboro 170 $52,590
New Bern 110 $63,650
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 390 $58,510
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 2600 $63,270
Elyria 2280 $61,590
Cleveland 2280 $61,590
Akron 920 $62,300
Toledo 910 $59,040
Dayton 670 $61,850
Canton 580 $62,800
Massillon 580 $62,800
Mansfield 180 $50,840
Lima 140 $54,890
Springfield 70 $57,820
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 3780 $60,230
Tulsa 2400 $62,270
Lawton 120 $50,120
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 420 $60,020
Eugene 260 $46,500
Medford 230 $58,730
Redmond 220 $58,710
Bend 220 $58,710
Albany 140 $69,540
Corvallis 80 $60,220
Grants Pass 50 $60,520
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 4380 $66,580
Lancaster 1200 $57,120
Hanover 870 $58,570
York 870 $58,570
Harrisburg 860 $64,380
Carlisle 860 $64,380
Scranton 730 $67,970
Barre 730 $67,970
Hazleton 730 $67,970
Wilkes 730 $67,970
Reading 520 $61,840
State College 410 $59,660
Williamsport 260 $63,020
Altoona 190 $57,340
Johnstown 180 $50,170
Chambersburg 160 $54,570
Waynesboro 160 $54,570
Erie 160 $56,750
Gettysburg 150 $62,440
East Stroudsburg 140 $50,280
Lebanon 130 $62,520
Berwick 110 $66,370
Bloomsburg 110 $66,370
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 2430 $28,450
Caguas 2430 $28,450
San Juan 2430 $28,450
Ponce 180 $19,700
Aguadilla 150 $21,390
Isabela 150 $21,390
Mayag�ez 110 $23,920
Arecibo 90 $22,000
San German 40 $19,610
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 2070 $52,650
Mauldin 1790 $55,630
Greenville 1790 $55,630
Anderson 1790 $55,630
North Charleston 1660 $61,180
Charleston 1660 $61,180
Beaufort 450 $54,100
Bluffton 450 $54,100
Hilton Head Island 450 $54,100
Spartanburg 440 $56,920
Florence 330 $56,780
Sumter 180 $56,310
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 420 $63,620
Rapid City 240 $62,820
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 2940 $56,070
Franklin 2940 $56,070
Davidson 2940 $56,070
Nashville 2940 $56,070
Knoxville 1600 $52,710
Jackson 180 $51,660
Johnson City 170 $42,750
Morristown 110 $43,210
Cleveland 70 $47,500
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
The Woodlands 22150 $66,400
Houston 22150 $66,400
Sugar Land 22150 $66,400
Arlington 16900 $61,760
Dallas 16900 $61,760
Fort Worth 16900 $61,760
Round Rock 5060 $59,040
Austin 5060 $59,040
San Antonio 4660 $63,840
New Braunfels 4660 $63,840
Port Arthur 1510 $62,730
Beaumont 1510 $62,730
Midland 1310 $85,920
El Paso 1120 $54,410
Corpus Christi 1090 $64,580
Longview 980 $57,330
Odessa 810 $79,090
Killeen 590 $60,610
Temple 590 $60,610
Tyler 540 $53,870
Edinburg 510 $50,950
Mission 510 $50,950
McAllen 510 $50,950
Amarillo 480 $64,800
College Station 470 $58,170
Bryan 470 $58,170
Waco 430 $55,590
Lubbock 420 $55,020
Victoria 350 $56,930
Abilene 300 $67,670
Laredo 280 $62,000
Harlingen 260 $44,100
Brownsville 260 $44,100
Denison 240 $59,150
Sherman 240 $59,150
San Angelo 240 $64,320
Wichita Falls 220 $48,270
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 2850 $59,670
Clearfield 1370 $56,740
Ogden 1370 $56,740
Orem 1310 $52,250
Provo 1310 $52,250
St. George 280 $46,960
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 430 $65,590
Burlington 430 $65,590
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 3320 $58,950
Charlottesville 710 $60,650
Roanoke 640 $52,540
Lynchburg 490 $50,010
Harrisonburg 300 $49,690
Radford 240 $45,300
Blacksburg 240 $45,300
Christiansburg 240 $45,300
Waynesboro 160 $48,320
Staunton 160 $48,320
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 6680 $77,070
Tacoma 6680 $77,070
Seattle 6680 $77,070
Spokane 720 $61,980
Spokane Valley 720 $61,980
Richland 670 $75,300
Kennewick 670 $75,300
Silverdale 610 $79,220
Bremerton 610 $79,220
Bellingham 340 $63,070
Olympia 270 $71,890
Tumwater 270 $71,890
Mount Vernon 240 $88,180
Anacortes 240 $88,180
Yakima 200 $65,600
Wenatchee 150 $62,470
Longview 120 $68,000
Walla Walla 40 $60,750
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 670 $68,910
Morgantown 370 $68,670
Beckley 240 $74,100
Vienna 110 $44,600
Parkersburg 110 $44,600
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 2470 $78,700
Waukesha 2470 $78,700
Milwaukee 2470 $78,700
Madison 1180 $66,850
Green Bay 510 $59,540
Appleton 400 $60,050
Eau Claire 380 $64,230
Neenah 300 $64,900
Oshkosh 300 $64,900
Beloit 280 $61,100
Janesville 280 $61,100
Fond du Lac 200 $67,480
Wausau 160 $62,330
Racine 130 $63,980
Sheboygan 120 $62,310
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 410 $73,250
Cheyenne 350 $60,050

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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 Trades 223,250 38% $57,180
Construction 165,700 28% $59,270
Civil Engineering 68,500 11% $58,450
Government 41,530 7% $54,170
Mining Services 15,450 2% $63,280
Mining 8,510 1% $66,950
Waste Management 6,180 1% $56,340
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We have some additional detailed pages at the state level for Supervisors Of Construction and Extraction Workers.

Numbers in parentheses are counts of relevant campus-based schools in the state; online schools may also be available.

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