YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR MISSION
Craft Training | Apprenticeship | Safety Management
2101 E. Biddle St., Suite 5000
Baltimore, MD 21213
Sheet Metal Lab
ABC Baltimore is leveraging more than 60 years of experience to address the skilled worker shortage head on. Through the CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION ACADEMY, a state-of-the-art training facility, ABC is bringing together the region’s most accomplished professionals to help build tomorrow’s workforce today!
Check out the wide array of training that will be offered at the Construction Education Academy. From expanding student capacity to adding brand new training initiatives, this state-of-the-art facility will revolutionize the construction training taking place in the Mid-Atlantic region.
*Project JumpStart is a collaborative partnership between ABC Baltimore and the Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF). Classes will continue to be held at their current locations in East and West Baltimore.
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“We invite everyone who is a part of the construction industry in Maryland to be a part of something even bigger, something that will be a game changer for the City of Baltimore, for our industry, and for our entire region.”
› The Job Opportunities Task Force
› Baltimore County Public Schools
› Community College of Baltimore County
› Baltimore City Public Schools
› Howard County Public Schools
› Maryland Department of Education
› Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulations
› National Center for Construction Education & Research
› AIA Baltimore
› ULI Baltimore District
› Veterans Administration
What the Industry is Saying
About the CEA
“With the Construction Education Academy, we will have the capability to tailor and customize training programs that best fit the needs of the individual member firm.”
"A career in construction can run the gamut from workers on the job site to the executive level. It pays well and can provide a decent way of life."
"This facility is the culmination of a long, overdue strategy to address the broken pathways to a career in construction. Our intent is to position construction, whether it’s in the trades or in management, as a career of choice."
"With the Construction Education Academy, there will be a renewed sense of pride among current and future apprentices that comes with going to a facility built just for them."
"For us the building is really the story of bringing the community together and giving back to make Baltimore a better place. It’s going to spur development. It’s going to spur success. It’s going to create jobs.”