Daryl L. Delongchamp
Associate Professor of Technology and Occupational Sciences
Office: 108 Jacobetti Complex
Daryl Delongchamp has been a faculty member at Northern Michigan University since 2001. He teaches courses in the construction management program and serves as faculty advisor for the Northern Michigan Constructors student chapter.
Professor Delongchamp has extensive experience in building construction, design and documentation, including project coordination between multi-discipline staff, consultants, clients and contractors. Prior to his position with Northern Michigan University, he worked in the architectural design industry as a senior designer, contract administrator, project manager and director of architectural services.
Professor Delongchamp completed a four-year apprenticeship program and has a journeyman carpenter’s certification. He has many years of construction, construction management, and field investigation experience. He has worked extensively in both the residential and commercial building industry.
CN 151: Introduction to Construction
CN 107: Construction Documents
CN 156: Construction Systems and Methods
CN 251: Construction Field Operations
CN 252: Codes and Inspections
CN 353: Soils and Foundations
CN 357: Legal Aspects of Construction
- B.S., M.S., Northern Michigan University
- Journeyman Carpenter certification