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Seventeen Construction Professionals Earn the Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) Designation

Tuesday, December 10, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Sapp
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Alexandria, VA – (December 16, 2013) Seventeen construction professionals recently earned the Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) certification from the American Institute of Constructor’s Constructor Certification Commission (AIC & CCC). To become certified, an individual must meet certain qualifying experience and/or educational requirements and pass a comprehensive examination. The examination was held November 2, 2013 at over 70 locations across the United States. In addition, over 600 Associate Constructor (AC) certification examinations were administered. The AC certification is available for individuals who have not yet met the higher qualification requirements of the CPC certification.

The CPC examination tests problem-solving abilities that require application of knowledge, analysis, and synthesis at the level of an experienced constructor. Passing the CPC exam distinguishes an individual as a Professional Constructor - someone who possesses the skills and knowledge acquired by education and experience to manage the execution of all or a substantial portion of a construction project. A Professional Constructor is an individual committed to serve the construction industry in a professional and ethical manner and engage in a continued development of skills and education to meet increasing industry challenges and changes.

“I continue to be impressed with the individuals that dedicate themselves to earning the CPC designation. This exam is extremely tough and requires dedication and preparation to pass. By passing this exam these 17 individuals have clearly demonstrated their commitment to a higher professional and ethical practice.” Said AIC Constructor Certification Commission Chairman Matthew Conrad, CPC.

The next CPC examination is April 5, 2014; registration will open online in late December 2013. For more information about the constructor certification or the AIC please contact Joseph Sapp at 703-683-4999 X224 or info@professionalconstructor.org.

About the American Institute of Constructors 

Founded in 1971, the American Institute of Constructors mission is to promote individual professionalism and excellence throughout the related fields of construction. AIC supports the individual Constructor throughout their careers by helping to develop the skills, knowledge, professionalism and ethics that further the standing of the construction industry. AIC Members participate in developing, and commit to, the highest standards of practice in managing the projects and relationships that contribute to the successful competition of the construction process. In addition to membership, the AIC certifies individuals through the Constructor Certification Commission. The Associate Constructor (AC) and Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) are internationally recognized certifications in the construction industry. These two certifications give formal recognition of the education and experience that defines a Professional Constructor. For more information about the AIC please visit their website at www.professionalconstructor.org.

Media Contact: Joseph Sapp | AIC Executive Director |joe@professionalconstructor.org | 703-683-4999

Fall 2013 CPC Recipients

Brian Alvarado, CPC
Tempe, AZ

Ravi Babra, CPC
Phoenix, AZ
 
Shane Banks, CPC
Tempe, AZ
 
Vincent Castillo, CPC
Avondale, AZ
 
Spencer Draper, CPC
Vista, CA
 
Sean Fox, CPC
Falls Church, VA
 
John Geren, CPC
Leander, TX
 
Jesse Lee, CPC
Tempe, AZ
 
Tyler Lee, CPC
Katy, TX
 
Matthew Lyster, CPC
Port Clinton, OH
 
Matthew Reyes, CPC
Norman, OK
 
Michael Speck, CPC
Glendale, AZ
 
Roger Teske, CPC
Surprise, AZ
 
David Thorson, CPC
Phoenix, AZ
 
Kenneth Torian, CPC
Manassas, VA
 
Ryan Washburn, CPC
Park City, KS
 
Troy Wingfield, CPC
Piedmont, SC
 
Chadwick Yount, CPC
Tempe, AZ


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