Construction Aptitude Tests

The Statistics Speak for Themselves

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The U.S. Department of Labor forecasts that the construction industry will grow by 11% between 2016 and 2026, an increase of around 750,000 jobs.

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According to Deloitte, the construction industry employs more than 7.64 million people and added more than $900 billion to the US economy last year.

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According to Digital Builder, global construction spending will top $17.5 trillion by 2030 and $94 trillion in infrastructure investments is needed during the next 20 years.

Top Skills & Abilities to Look For in Construction Employees

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Mechanical Aptitude

Basic math skills and the ability to operate machinery and large and small power tools safely and efficiently.

Job Site Operations

Ability to measure building sites, mix materials, install piping, finish concrete surfaces, and perform structure demolitions

Project Management

Know how to interpret blueprints and graphs, and have the ability to manage a team and meet deadlines.

Construction Skills Tests You Should Use

Customize From Over 800 Modular Subjects: Create a multi-subject test in seconds by hand-picking questions from Basic Industrial Math, Carpentry Skills, Electrician Skills, Mechanical Aptitude, Forklift Operator, Environmental Health & Safety, and more.

Standard Subject-Based Tests: Includes Blueprint Reading, Carpentry Skills, Civil Engineering Skills, Reading Rulers – English and Metric Units, Units and Conversion Skills, Welding Knowledge, and more.

Standard Job-Based Tests: Includes Construction Worker, Civil Engineer, Forklift Operator, HVAC Technician, Welder, and more.

Simulations: Determine if candidates can do a job by asking them to complete realistic simulations such as Multitasking, Chat, Word and Excel. We can also create custom simulations on request.

Situational Judgement Tests (SJT): Assess candidates’ Job Fit for a position and determine whether they will succeed in your corporate culture using Customer Service, Sales, Remote Leadership and Change Management SJTs.

Upload Your Own Content: You can easily create your construction assessment tests using your own content and questions customize them using eSkill Author.

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Why Choose eSkill’s Construction Skills Tests

  • eSkill makes assessing candidates’ job skills, psychological fit, and interview presentation easy and saves you time.
  • Have confidence in your hiring decisions and team-building success with eSkill.
  • Our job-tailored tests and video interviews will most accurately predict training needs and job fit with maximum legal compliance.
  • eSkill will help you hire better-qualified construction workers more quickly with defensible compliance.
  • eSkill will help you hire better-qualified construction workers more quickly with defensible compliance.
  • JV Industrial Companies, Contra Costa County, the State of Colorado, the City of St and many others use eSkill’s construction aptitude tests. Learn why.

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