Construction & infrastructure

Careers in construction and infrastructure are some of the longest standing apprenticeships in the United States. The skills gained can open new opportunities within a company. Through ApprenticeshipNH, participants develop core skills that can be applied in a variety of professions at companies across the state. Employers gain a pool of skilled trades people that will ensure a pipeline to fill the jobs vacated by an aging workforce.

A Registered Apprenticeship ensures that people will be successful on-the-job on day one.

Well-paying careers

for Apprentices

Careers in construction and infrastructure are some of the longest standing apprenticeships in the United States. The skills you gain can open new opportunities within a company. Upon completion of a Registered Apprenticeship, you will have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to build the career path that best suits you!

The salary range for construction and infrastructure employees in New Hampshire:

$39,000 - $61,000 per year

A pipeline of skilled, productive workers

for Employers

Registered Apprenticeships are developing a new generation of workers to help our nation succeed in the 21st Century economy.

A skilled workforce is vitally important in growing construction businesses. Registered Apprenticeship is a proven way to increase productivity and employee retention, ensure knowledge transfer from your top professionals and improve company culture.

For every dollar spent on apprenticeship,

employers get approximately $1.50 ROI.

“Simply put - the registered apprenticeship program through ApprenticeshipNH is the most effective way to connect job seekers and employers. This connection will ensure a continuous pipeline of highly trained and skilled workers are available to meet the increasing demand that New Hampshire’s job market will undoubtedly need for years to come.”

– Eddie Curran, HVAC Department Chair, Manchester Community College

Professions in construction & infrastructure

Bricklayer
Building inspector
Carpenter
Civil drafter or engineer
Construction laborer
Diesel/heavy equipment mechanic
Electrician
Elevator constructor mechanic

Heating and air conditioning mechanic and installer
HVAC technician
Pipefitter
Plumber
Stonemason
Surveying technician
Utility technician
Welder

Types of companies hiring construction & infrastructure employees

Construction management companies
General contractors
Land surveying companies
Real estate developers

State/municipal highway and transportation departments
State/municipal planning and civil engineering boards
Telecommunications
Utility companies