The Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) certification provides a comprehensive program of study for anyone seeking to enhance and demonstrate knowledge of writing, interpreting, enforcing and managing construction documents.
Who should sit for the CDT?
Project architects, contractors, contract administrators, material suppliers, and manufacturers' representatives are all realizing the advantages of being Construction Documents Technologists.
What does it mean for me?
Pass the Construction Documents Technologist exam (CDT), and you'll join an elite group of professionals known in the industry for their comprehensive knowledge of the writing and management of construction documents.
Earning your CDT means:
Adding "CDT" after your name, to your LinkedIn, business card and your resume — and proudly sharing your CDT digital badge.
Respect from your peers as a result of your understanding of how a project unfolds from concept to delivery and the roles and relationships of all participants.
Understanding the documentation involved – which drives effective communication among all members of the construction team
High school diploma or equivalent.
Two (2) years’ experience in construction management and/or completion of college-level coursework is highly recommended.
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