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2017 Alumni Career Statistics 5 Years Out

  • 34 respondents
  • 23.3% Female, 76.7% Male
  • 97% of respondents agreed that they received an excellent education that they are proud of
  • 16.7% of respondents chose to continue their education (10.0% Masters, 6.7% Certificate Course)
  • 94% of respondents are still in a construction related field
  • Base salary figures do not include benefits, which can be significant (Ex: Medical, vehicle, retirement, stock, and cash profit sharing/bonuses, etc.)
  • Average number of employers since graduation 1.9
  • Asset 110 $88,815 Current Avg Base Salary

  • Asset 108 81.8% Avg Salary Increase Since Graduation

  • Asset 4 53.2 Average Work Hours Per Week

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 5 Years Out

Asset 144 Location

Colorado – 70%
California – 7%
Texas – 7%
Washington – 7%
Ohio – 3%
Pennsylvania – 3%
Virginia – 3%

Asset 326 Industry

Commercial/Mixed – 38%
Other Specialty – 21%
Multi-Family – 13%
Other Construction Business – 8%
Electrical Contractor – 4%
Heavy Civil – 4%
Mechanical Contractor – 4%
Power/Utility – 4%
Transportation – 4%

Asset 315 Position

Estimator – 22%
Project Manager/Senior Project Manager – 22%
Project Engineer – 19%
Management – 15%
Assistant Project Manager – 7%
Preconstruction Manager – 7%
Scheduler – 7%

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 10 Years Out

  • 33 Respondents
  • 6.7% Female, 93.3% Male
  • 100% of respondents agreed that they received an excellent education that they are proud of
  • 16.6% of respondents chose to continue their education (3.3% MBA, 13.3% Certificate Course)
  • 97% of respondents are still in a construction related field
  • Base salary figures do not include benefits, which can be significant (Ex: Medical, vehicle, retirement, stock and cash profit sharing/bonuses, etc.)
  • Average number of employers since graduation 2.1
  • Asset 110 $95,138 Current Average Base Salary

  • Asset 108 78.5% Average Salary Increase Since Graduation

  • Asset 4 49.1 Average Work Hours Per Week

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 10 Years Out

Asset 144 Location

Colorado – 74%
California – 10%
Kansas – 3%
North Carolina – 3%
Texas – 3%
Virginia 3%
Wyoming – 3%

Asset 326 Industry

Commercial/Mixed – 48%
Power/Utility – 13%
Institutional – 10%
Multi-Family – 6%
CM/Project Controls – 3%
Electrical Contractor – 3%
Heavy Civil – 3%
Heavy Highway – 3%
Industrial/Public Works – 3%
Mechanical Contractor – 3%
Other Specialty – 3%

Asset 315 Position

Project Manager/Senior Project Manager – 45%
Superintendent – 15%
Estimator – 12%
General Manager/Director of Operations – 6%
Assistant Project Manager – 3%
Chief Estimator – 3%
Marketing/BD – 3%
Owner/Part Owner – 3%
Preconstruction Manager – 3%
President/CEO – 3%
Project Controls – 3%

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 11-15 Years Out

  • 46 Respondents
  • 10% Female, 90% Male
  • 95% of respondents agreed that they received an excellent education that they are proud of
  • 21.4% of respondents chose to continue their education (9.5% Masters, 7.1% MBA, 4.8% Certificate Course)
  • 89% of respondents are still in a construction related field
  • Base salary figures do not include benefits, which can be significant (Ex: Medical, vehicle, retirement, stock and cash profit sharing/bonuses, etc.)
  • Average number of employers since graduation 3.1
  • Asset 110 $107,054 Current Average Base Salary

  • Asset 108 117.7% Average Salary Increase Since Graduation

  • Asset 4 48.9 Average Work Hours Per Week

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 11-15 Years Out

Asset 144 Location

Colorado – 63%
California – 15%
Texas – 5%
Georgia – 3%
International – 3%
Montana – 3%
North Carolina – 3%
Virginia – 3%
Washington – 3%
Wyoming – 3%

Asset 326 Industry

Commercial/Mixed – 43%
Multi-Family – 8%
Other Specialty – 8%
Other Business – 8%
CM/Project Controls – 5%
Custom Home Building – 5%
Electrical Contractor – 5%
Power/Utility – 5%
Heavy Civil – 3%
Heavy Highway – 3%
Institutional – 3%
Transportation – 3%

Asset 315 Position

Project Manager/Senior Project Manager – 43%
General Manager/Director of Operations – 13%
Other – 10%
Estimator – 5%
Owner/Part Owner – 5%
Preconstruction Manager – 5%
VP/Executive – 5%
Assist Project Manager – 3%
Chief Estimator – 3%
President/CEO – 3%
Project Engineer – 3%
Scheduler – 3%
Superintendent – 3%

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 16-20 Years Out

  • 26 Respondents
  • 12% Female, 88% Male
  • 100% of respondents agreed that they received an excellent education that they are proud of
  • 4% of respondents chose to continue their education (4% Masters)
  • 100% of respondents are still in a construction related field
  • Base salary figures do not include benefits, which can be significant (Ex: Medical, vehicle, retirement, stock and cash profit sharing/bonuses, etc.)
  • Average number of employers since graduation 3
  • Asset 110 $136,417 Current Average Base Salary

  • Asset 108 212.5% Average Salary Increase Since Graduation

  • Asset 4 49.9 Average Work Hours Per Week

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 16-20 Years Out

Asset 144 Location

Colorado – 62%
Missouri – 8%
New Mexico – 8%
California – 4%
Florida – 4%
Hawaii – 4%
International – 4%
Texas – 4%
Wisconsin – 4%

Asset 326 Industry

Commercial/Mixed – 38%
CM/Project Controls – 19%
Institutional – 15%
Other Business – 8%
Other Specialty – 8%
Heavy Civil – 4%
Multi-Family – 4%
Transportation – 4%

Asset 315 Position

Project Manager/Senior Project Manager – 35%
Superintendent – 12%
General Manager/Director of Operations – 8%
Other – 8%
Preconstruction Manager – 8%
Project Controls – 8%
Chief Estimator – 4%
Estimator – 4%
President/CEO – 4%
Project Engineer – 4%
Scheduler – 4%
VP/Executive – 4%

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 21-30 Years Out

  • 29 Respondents
  • 7.7% Female, 92.3% Male
  • 100% of respondents agreed that they received an excellent education that they are proud of
  • 27.0% of respondents chose to continue their education (3.9% 2nd Bachelors, 11.5% Masters, 3.9% MBA, 7.7% PhD)
  • 89.7% of respondents are still in a construction related field
  • Base salary figures do not include benefits, which can be significant (Ex: Medical, vehicle, retirement, stock and cash profit sharing/bonuses, etc.)
  • Average number of employers since graduation 3.4
  • Asset 110 $156,900 Current Average Base Salary

  • Asset 108 434.6% Average Salary Increase Since Graduation

  • Asset 4 54.7 Average Work Hours Per Week

2017 Alumni Career Statistics 21-30 Years Out

Asset 144 Location

Colorado – 75%
California – 8%
Hawaii – 8%
Washington – 4%
Wyoming – 4%

Asset 326 Industry

Commercial/Mixed – 32%
CM/Project Controls – 16%
Custom Home Building – 8%
Heavy Civil – 8%
Institutional – 8%
Other Specialty – 8%
Other Business – 8%
Heavy Highway – 4%
Power/Utility – 4%
Transportation – 4%

Asset 315 Position

President/CEO – 20%
Owner/Part Owner – 16%
Superintendent – 16%
VP/Executive – 12%
Estimator – 8%
General Manager/Director of Operations – 8%
Chief Estimator – 4%
Office Engineer – 4%
Other – 4%
Preconstruction Manager – 4%
Project Manager/Senior Project Manager – 4%