SALISBURY, MD – Wor-WI The community college opened a brand new applied science building on Thursday afternoon.
Campus administrators say new building will be specialized electrical and engineering equipment that students can use while learning a range of disciplines.
The $ 36 million project also includes new roads and an expanded campus parking lot across from Brunkhorst Room.
They say the new construction will be state-of-the-art and will feature a 1.5-story first floor to accommodate all the equipment and materials that students can take advantage of as they use it for a range of study and work. disciplines.
“HVAC, automation programming and training of logic controller packs, welding plumbing, all types of industrial maintenance type programming will be facilities as part of the new building,” said the vice president of business. Academics of Wor-Wic, Kristin Mallory.
School leaders say the project will also focus on training in repair and engineering for renewable energy.
Mallory said she hopes the new educational program that will be offered with the new building will help ensure WorWic students are well prepared for the future with forward-looking programming.
The building is expected to open in the fall of 2023 with these new courses that build on material already being developed by faculty.