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Certified Professional Constructor Examination (Level 2)
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Certified Professional Constructor Examination (Level 2)

The Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) or Level 2 exam is required to obtain the CPC Certification Credential.

3/28/2015
When: 3/28/2015
8:00 AM
Where: Over 60 Locations Across the United States
Contact: Joe Sapp
703-683-4999

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The Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) exam is intended for construction professionals with several years of oversight experience and who seek to take their career to the next level.  The CPC is the highest level of certification within the Constructor Certification Program.  

To qualify for the exam an individual must: 

  • Have the Associate Constructor (AC) designation and have earned at least 4 years of qualifying experience since being awarded the AC designation, two years of which must have been managing the execution of construction work. 

 

OR
 

 

  • Have obtained 8 years of Qualifying Experience and/or Education or a combination of the two, two years of which managing the execution of construction work.  
The exam is made up of 250 multiple choice, administered over two 4 hour sessions during the course of one day.  The exam is given twice per year, typically in the Spring and Fall at over 60 locations across the United States.  

During registration you must submit a resume and work history information.  Your application will be reviewed and you will be notified within 2-3 weeks of its approval.  

Not sure where you can take the exam?  Search for an exam site in the Exam Site Directory.

Exam Fees

Regular 1st Time Registration (AC Upgrade) - $45
Exempt 1st Time Registration (Non ACs) - $550
Re-Exam Registration - $170

Late Fee (After February 20) - $25

 

Registration deadline: March 6, 2015

Those that pass the examination are awarded the Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) credential. 

Exam Site Updates:

Central Washington University - April 4, 2015

Kent State University - March 20, 2015


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