Registration for this examination is now closed.
Associate Constructor (Level 1) is intended for constructors entering the construction field and exam questions will be primarily based upon education knowledge. The AC certification is a way to prove your commitment to the profession, and to get an early edge in your career as a constructor.
To qualify for the AC exam you must have 4 years of qualifying experience and/or education or a combination of the two. Individuals may also qualify if they are within 12 months of graduation of an accredited 4 year construction management program.
AC Exam Format: The AC exam is a 300 paper/pencil exam. All questions are multiple-choice, objective questions with the exception of a short writing assignment. The examination is given during the course of 1 day, a 4 hour morning session and a 4 hour afternoon session. Results are available within 1 month of completion.
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Those that pass the examination are awarded the Associate Constructor (AC) Designation.
1st Time Registration - $165
Re-Examination Registration - $110
Late Fee (Sept. 19 - Oct. 3) - $25
Exam Site Updates:
New sites added:
HI001 – ABC Hawaii Chapter
GU001 – University of Guam
Sites not testing this fall:
AL001 – Auburn University
MI002 – Ferris State University
Sites testing on Friday, October 24, 2014
LA003 – LSU (Alliance Safety Council)
SC001 – Clemson University
Sites testing on Friday, October 31, 2014
MN002 – Minnesota State University, Mankato
Sites testing on Saturday, November 1, 2014
NC003 – Western Carolina University
Sites that are spring only and therefore not testing: