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Carpentry and Construction (Carpentry, Plumbing)   Tags: carpentry, plumbing  

A Guide to library resources at Oconee Fall Line Technical college in the Construction Trades of Carpentry and Plumbing.
Last Updated: Aug 4, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Monday - Wednesday

7:45 AM - 7:30 PM


7:45 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday - CLOSED 



North Campus (Sandersville)
(478) 553-2070

South Campus (Dublin)
(478) 275-6593

Jefferson (Louisville) - Contact Center Office for Access
(478) 625-1901

LOIC (Helena) -  Contact Center Office for Access
(229) 868-3082

*The libraries have abbreviated hours during breaks and holidays. 

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This guide will assist you in finding information using library resources at Oconee Fall Line Technical College.  Use the tabs across the top to navigate through the guide. This guide will show you all the library has to offer whether you are searching for books, articles, or web resources.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact one of the library staff members. We are here to help you.


Construction Trades (Carpentry, Plumbing)



Construction Trades (Carpentry, Plumbing)

Carpenters construct, erect, install, and repair structures and fixtures made from wood and other materials. Carpenters are involved in many different kinds of construction, from the building of highways and bridges to the installation of kitchen cabinets. Carpenters may do many different tasks, or they may specialize in one or two. They may work for large companies, small businesses or be self-employed. The work environment is strenuous. Prolonged standing, climbing, bending and keeling often are necessary.

For more information about Construction Trades (Carpentry, Plumbing), visit the OFTC website.


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