Building & real estate" piece profiling the University of Maine's Construction M
Building & real estate" piece profiling the University of Maine's Construction Management Technology (CMT) program, which began in 1972 as a two-year associates degree in civil engineering technology and now offers students a four-year curriculum in construction management and business skills. About 100 students are enrolled in the program for the upcoming academic year, and graduates are much in demand and command high starting pay. The program, one of only a few of is kind in the country, is coordinated by Knud Hermansen,, who is a trained engineer and lawyer. With references to Mark Bancroft, a 1994 graduate, who is now president of Bancroft Contracting in South Paris, and has hired three other program graduates, and to Karl Ward, a 1993 graduate, who is a partner and vice-president a Nickerson & O'Day, a Brewer-based construction firm.
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Kalkstein, Molly, "Building & real estate" piece profiling the University of Maine's Construction M" (2003). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2529.