Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center - Higher Education

Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center
Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center
Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center
Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center
Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center

Cuyahoga Community College Emerging Technology and Energy Center

This 50,000-square-foot, $40 Million Emerging Technology and Energy Center (ETEC) offers the latest state-of-the-art technology. The facility features high-bay labs, multi-purpose training areas and an energy-efficient and naturally lighted environment for learning. The groundbreaking took place in March 2011, and construction was completed in August 2012.

The project consisted of the construction of a new building that includes program space for workforce development, alternative energies, construction technologies, public safety institute and engineering, as well as, the administrative functions for these programs. All spaces were designed to provide flexibility to respond to constantly-changing industry needs. Site design included several infiltration basins to handle storm water collection and treatment from both the site and the building.

GSI was part of the Construction Management Consultant Team for this project. This project met all of clients established parameters, including completing the work on time and on budget. This project also achieved LEED Silver Certification. This is the largest technology center in Ohio. It was constructed in an urban Campus setting; featuring a state of the art MEP/ Information Technology training center.

Location

Cleveland, OH

Project Cost

$40 Million

Delivery Method

Construction Management

Services Provided

Construction Management Consultant

Year Completed

2012

Owner and Client

Cuyahoga Community College