Engineered Controls is proud to have been selected by Metropolitan Community College to provide the building management system for their new three building expansion projects.
Metropolitan Community College announced plans for a new $90 million expansion project at the Fort Omaha Campus, including three new educational buildings: The Center for Advanced Emerging Technology, the Construction Education Center and the Academic Skills Center.
The project highlights a new era of investing in students and communities via the new buildings, designed to accommodate innovative approaches to learning. The southern edge of the Fort Omaha Campus is part of a new footprint assembled over the past several years to grow the College.
The $90 million Fort Omaha Campus expansion project is funded by generous philanthropic investments and a progressive funding commitment of the MCC Board of Governors that represents a 50:50 public-private partnerships. The three buildings are designed to train students for present jobs, prepare students for future jobs, and provide students with tools and opportunities for lifelong learning. The expansion project is expected to be finished in 2018.