In 1968, the first rotating laser was developed. That led to the first laser control on construction and drainage machinery in 1969. These developments revolutionized the construction industry. Today, advancements include general construction systems, stakeless grade control systems, machine control systems, GPS grade control systems, and total solutions from concept to completion. The construction industry is seeing a dramatic increase in productivity, materials yields, and profits by incorporating the use of laser technology. This 10-day curriculum module includes a pretest, final test, and parts list. It covers: Laser Safety; History and Theory of Lasers; Laying Out the Structure; Locating Grade Elevation; Erecting Batter Boards; Locate Rough Openings; Locate and Level Ceiling Lines; Locate Floor Treatment Lines; Total Laser Systems; Summarization and Wrap Up. This module includes: DeWalt 18-volt cordless rotary laser with rechargeable battery, battery charger, and carrying case. DeWalt digital laser detector with clamp, red laser enhancement glasses, and target card. PLS5 laser unit, magnetic bracket, pendulum target, floor stand, and carrying case. Peripherals include: diffraction glasses; chalk line, chalk, 25' steel smart tape, fog-in-a-can, erasable markets, carpenters pencils, danger sign, telescoping grade rod, construction tripod, wood stakes, hub stakes, CDs, teacher's manual, and two student guides.