Project Spotlight: Wor-Wic Community College New Applied Technology Building

CTDG is proud to have served on the team for the Wor-Wic Community College New 52,040 SF Applied Technology Building, a cutting-edge center for industrial technologies. The Patricia and Alan Guerrieri Technology Center melds state-of-the-art equipment and teaching practices with the demands of workforce development to meet the needs of the local business community. The innovative technology center emphasizes collaboration and provides flexible labs to accommodate cutting-edge technology in support of student advancement with welding, HVACR, metal fabrication and plumbing labs; a CDL simulation lab; and other hands-on instruction areas for electro-mechanical, construction, electrical and alternative energy programs. It features learning systems for robotics, geothermal electricity, wind turbine nacelles and solar panels; an augmented reality welding simulation lab, in addition to safe, real-world welding booths; a Skill Boss Logistics supply chain automation training and assessment device; mechanical lathes and mills; laser systems and an engraver. For the community, a makerspace multipurpose laboratory has tools and 3D printers open for public use. The building is pursuing LEED Silver certification which will make it Wor-Wic’s first LEED certified facility, furthering their commitment to sustainability. The $36 million building project was funded by the State of Maryland and Wicomico and Worcester counties, as well as the “Preparing for a Stronger Tomorrow” campaign by the Wor-Wic Foundation.

It was an honor to consult on this project with Becker Morgan Group to provide Telecommunications Cabling, Audiovisual, Access Control/Video Surveillance, Acoustics, Noise & Vibration Control, and LAN/PBX/Wi-Fi Electronics design services.

Wor-Wic Community College New Applied Technology Building
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