Construction Continues on New Applied Technology Building

by jamesc  7/24/2014 4:39:31 PM --  Lyle Kathol, dean of applied technology at Northeast Community College (left), visits with Dr. Michael Chipps, college president, during a tour of Northeast’s new Applied Technology building.


The 66,613 square foot facility, which is under construction on the north end of the Norfolk campus, will house the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Building Construction, Electromechanical, Electrical Construction and Control, and Wind Energy Technology programs. The $9.1 million facility will include classrooms, faculty offices, labs for hands-on-training, lab support areas including a fabrication/tool room, storage areas, and a student lounge/study area to serve over 200 students when it opens in 2016.


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