Experience: 25 years in education:  15 at CRTC, 10 at another technical high school;14 years in residential construction, advancing from laborer, carpenter, supervisor to project manager
Education/Credentials: 
BA, University of Wyoming
Teaching Certification, Carpentry
Other Interests: 
Athletic coaching, skiing, backpacking, ROPE instructor


​Email:
jhubbard@sau8.org

John Hubbard
​Instructor

Construction Technology

STUDENTS LEARN>>
Blueprint Reading, Building Codes, Drywall Installation, Estimating, Exterior/Interior Finish Work, Framing & Roofing, Green Building Techniques, Hand & Power Tool Use, Layout, Machine Operation, Siding Application, Site Development
 
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES>>
Architect, Carpenter, Construction Manager, Contractor, Engineer, Finish Carpentry, Framer, HVAC Specialist, Lumber Yard Foreman, Lumber Yard Sales Master Electrician/ Apprentice, Master Plumber/Apprentice, Realtor, Welder

COLLEGE ALIGNMENT>>
MCC: BLDG112 Methods of ConstructionTheory 1*
CERTIFICATIONS>>
OSHA-10 Hour Card, EPA and HUD Lead Safe Certification (Renovate, Repair, & Paint)

RECENT DATA:
100% of Students received OSHA 10-Hour Certification, 5 Students Earned College Credit in 2014, our first year with MCC
PARALLEL EXPECTATIONS>>
SUGGESTED PREREQUISITE COURSES: Algebra, Geometry SUGGESTED SIMULTANEOUS COURSES:Physics, Technical Writing 
CAREER HIGH VALUE SOFT SKILLS & ABILITIES: Effective Collaborator, Team Player, Strong Work Ethic, Strength/Stamina, Flexibility, Fine motor skills

In our Construction program you will:


  • Gain expertise in the use of professional hand tools and shop machines.
  • Draft, cost out, and construct customized projects including sheds and other structures to experience all aspects of building.
  • ​Engage in community projects serving the needs of customers.
  • ​Perform commercial as well as residential building techniques.
  • ​Construct an entire home indoors in our three-story shop.
  • Develop the hands-on skills and understanding necessary to continue on to high paying careers (construction and its related trades is projected as NH’s fourth fastest growing industry through 2022).