Building and construction inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Building and construction inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
California $89,740
North Dakota $66,360
Alaska $80,990
District of Columbia $78,430
Washington $76,100
Oregon $72,750
Nevada $70,040
Minnesota $68,670
Massachusetts $66,610
Rhode Island $61,180
Connecticut $65,870
Colorado $65,070
New York $62,160
Illinois $64,060
Hawaii $64,100
Iowa $63,260
New Jersey $64,770
Vermont $56,970
Maryland $58,830
Delaware $59,050
Alabama $55,120
Virginia $57,520
Texas $55,960
Kansas $52,610
Ohio $58,020
Florida $57,910
Wisconsin $59,560
Idaho $53,240
West Virginia $53,220
Louisiana $53,550
Utah $57,340
Arizona $55,010
New Hampshire $56,160
Tennessee $47,690
New Mexico $53,060
Wyoming $56,570
North Carolina $53,780
Oklahoma $48,820
Kentucky $52,070
Michigan $55,810
Pennsylvania $50,611
Nebraska $51,800
Missouri $50,190
Maine $49,870
South Dakota $48,120
Montana $48,650
Indiana $45,030
Mississippi $46,340
South Carolina $46,170
Georgia $47,070
Arkansas $45,440
Guam $39,770
Puerto Rico $23,040

How do building and construction inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Building and construction inspectors earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than naval architects but more than pipefitters.

Career Median Salary
Naval architect salary $93K
Architect salary $79K
Surveyor salary $63K
Marine electrician salary $60K
Building and construction inspector salary $60K
Commercial diver salary $49K
Ironworker salary $54K
Crane operator salary $54K
Pipefitter salary $52K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)