Public hearing set for Southwestern improvement project
An instructional center improvement project has been discussed at Southwestern Community College for more than three years. The project will be completed in two phases, and at the SWCC Board of Directors regular meeting Tuesday, a public hearing for phase one was set for 8 a.m. Oct. 26 in the president’s office.
Phase one includes replacing the existing boiler-plant equipment, and tying in a new sprinkler main, adding all necessary valves and controls. The main will be extended across the lobby and into the mezzanine area in the instructional center for future distribution in phase two.
“This ties into our ACE (accelerated career education) projects,” said Dr. Barb Crittenden, president of SWCC at the meeting. “Our ACE projects have been set aside for the last couple of years because we were waiting until we had enough funds to do this work in the instructional building.”
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