Northeast Alabama Community College announced on Monday a project to construct an advanced technology Workforce Development Center on the campus. It will be the first of six centers aimed at better facilitating business and industry training needs across the state by utilizing a cost-effective, shared services model on capital improvement projects for the first time.

Plans for the 50,000-square-foot building include laboratory space for programs centered on industrial systems maintenance, precision machining, design and 3D modeling and building construction craft training. Adaptable space will allow educators to interchange up to six programs as the local workforce needs.

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