Top 30 Construction Interview Questions
How did you obtain your general knowledge of construction?
Just by working in it.
Working with my father. He did a few jobs on the weekends for friends and family to earn a few extra bucks. I believe he learned from working construction through college.
I went to school to learn construction. I was taught very well.
Question 2 of 32
Do you take criticism well?
If someone can show me the best way to do the job and it will help me I do not have a problem.
Question 3 of 32
Do you have your own transportation?
Currently, I dont have my own transportation but I have reliable transportation.
Question 4 of 32
Why do you want to work for our construction team?
Because the way management treating the employees. And well legendary and well experienced heads. Growth rate of company is impressive.
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Question 5 of 32
What was the toughest situation you've had remodeling an old home?
Question 6 of 32
How well do you pay attention to details?
Question 7 of 32
Could you work with little or no supervision?
Question 8 of 32
What was the toughest job you've done in the past?
Question 9 of 32
Would your previous employer give you good reviews from your past work?
Question 10 of 32
How high of expectations do you put on your work?
Question 11 of 32
Do you have any dry wall experience?
Question 12 of 32
Do you have your own tools?
Question 13 of 32
Do you have any roofing experience?
Question 14 of 32
Have you ever been late for work?
Question 15 of 32
Are you willing to work overtime for no overtime pay?
Question 16 of 32
Are you okay working in poor conditions, such as heavy rain or cold weather?
Question 17 of 32
Do you have any experience remodeling old homes?
Question 18 of 32
Do you have the ability to see a finished product, before its done?
Question 19 of 32
How many years experience do you have working on new construction?
Question 20 of 32
What is your specialty in construction?
Question 21 of 32
What do you dislike to do the most in construction?
Question 22 of 32
What experiences do you have in tiling?
Question 23 of 32
What overall experience do you have?
Question 24 of 32
Do you have any education in construction?
Question 25 of 32
Who did you work for in the past?
Question 26 of 32
What strong points do you have in construction?
Question 27 of 32
Are you okay working with other people?
Question 28 of 32
If I ask you to do something in a way you are not used to, how would you handle this?
Question 29 of 32
Do you adapt well to your team?
Question 30 of 32
Lets say you put a piece of roofing on wrong, you could let it go but you know in ten years a leak will occur, what do you do?
Question 31 of 32
What do you know about electric?
Question 32 of 32
When you make a mistake, how do you go about fixing it?
September 18th, 2017
Construction workers work on all types of construction sites, from the construction of residential and commercial buildings to highway construction, demolition, and tunnel excavation. Their specific tasks may differ widely depending on the type of construction site they are working in. Regardless of the exact industry, this is a physically demanding role and construction workers are required to have the physical strength and stamina to meet the rigorous demands of the job.
There are no minimum educational qualifications necessary to become a construction worker. Having the necessary strength and endurance is the primary criteria for the job. Construction workers must also have excellent balance, hand-eye coordination, and depth perception. It is equally important for them to have knowledge of the safety protocol relevant to the site they are working on.
Prospective employers will want to know why you chose this particular career path and if you know exactly what it entails. At the interview, they are sure to question you about the safety requirements of the job so make sure you brush up on your knowledge so you do not overlook anything. To get a better idea of what types of questions to expect at your interview, go to Mock Questions.