Construction
Ogeechee Technical College
 

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Meet the Faculty




Jeffry Roberson
Construction Management Instructor

Office: Rm 808
Occupational Studies Bldg.
912.688.6040
jroberson@ogeecheetech.edu

Originally from Key West Florida, Jeffry Roberson grew up during the development of a growing family campground and residential construction business.  After moving to the mountains of northeast Georgia, he continued with residential construction, building custom homes, speculations houses, and light commercial and residential remodeling.  His commercial experience includes multi-family homes, tilt-wall construction, widening of the U.S. Highways 441 and 23 corridor through Rabun County, Georgia, and hurricane disaster relief in 2004 and 2005.  During his time as Construction Manager of Habitat for Humanity of Bulloch County in 2015 and 2016, he had a jobsite image posted on the Forbes web page.  Mr. Roberson’s education includes a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Georgia Southern University, and he shares credit for reviving the GSU Construction Guild.

Program Goals

  1. Graduate students from the Construction Management Program.

  2. Graduates will be successfully employed in field.

  3. Employers will be pleased with the education received at OTC by the student they hire.

  4. Increase enrollment in the Construction program.

  5. Continue to participate in community outreach projects giving students real-life construction experience.

 
 
   

Programs of Study

Construction Management Technology AAS Degree*
Construction Management Technology Diploma*
Advanced Carpentry Certificate
Carpentry Fundamentals Certificate*
Carpentry Technology Certificate 
Construction Manager Certificate

*Denotes Title IV eligible program (PELL).

 

Program Purpose Statement


The purpose of the Construction Management Technology programs is to prepare graduates for a career in some aspect of construction supervision.  Program emphasis is placed on the development of job skills for successful entry level employment in either the construction office environment or the construction job site. Further emphasis will be placed on hands-on carpentry classes so students will get a full understanding of the construction industry.

 

Program Courses


CARP 1000 - Fundamental Carpentry Skills
CARP 1015 - Structural Framing
CARP 1025 - Intermediate Carpentry Techniques
CARP 1035 - Advanced Carpentry Procedures
CARP 1055 - Advanced Residential Carpentry
CMTT 2010- Residential Estimating Review
CMTT 2020- Construction Drafting I
CMTT 2050- Residential Code Review
CMTT 2130- Computerized Construction Scheduling
CMTT 2170- Construction Contracting I
COFC 1080- Construction Trades Core