Technical Building Remodel
The Workforce Development Project of our Technical building (T building) began in the fall of 2012. We are excited about the remodel, which continues the state-of-the-art transitions the College has made over the past few years. In order to ensure everyone on campus is well informed about all project details, we will provide updates on this page.
Workforce development plans and schedules
MCTC Workforce and infrastructure renovation community participation reports
Campus Improvements: Skyway renovation and Plaza beautification
On Oct. 24, MCTC celebrated the grand completion of its outdoor plaza with neighborhood residents. The $3.89 million project took nearly four years to complete, and removed great swaths of concrete, replacing them instead with winding paths, natural grasses and ample green space. The project also allowed for deferred maintenance of MCTC facilities and implementation of stormwater management.
“The goal of this project was to create a corridor from downtown Minneapolis into the college campus,” said Ryan Herm, chief landscape designer of the plaza redesign project and design associate at Oslund and Associates. “Engineering this plaza using the available space and goals of environmental mindfulness made this project fun.” According to Herm, multiple rain gardens and grass-covered areas now redirect rain water from surrounding “hardscapes” and return it to the local water table.
Read more here.
If you have any questions, please call or email our Facility Director, Roger Broz, at 612-659-6805 or Roger.Broz@minneapolis.edu.
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