SANFORD - Plans are progressing on the four Central Carolina Community College bond projects that were approved by Lee County voters in November 2014.
"These projects are moving along very well," said Dr. Phillip Price, CCCC's Vice President of Administrative Services. "I am been extremely pleased with the outstanding CCCC team who have been working together to make these the best possible projects for our students and citizens. The architect and engineer teams have also been extremely helpful and have developed a lot of great ideas for these projects."
Hobbs Architects, PA is working on the schematic design phase for each of the construction projects. The State Construction Office in Raleigh must give its approval to the various design phases for projects.
Thirty days have been allocated for their review of the schematic design documents, 30 days for their review of the design development report, and 60 days for their review of the construction documents phase.
Once reviews are complete and approvals given, the projects are scheduled in phases.
The four projects include:
"The bond money is allowing the College to build new and expanded classroom and lab facilities that will house quality educational programs for our students," said CCCC Board of Trustees Chairman Julian Philpott. "It will also allow CCCC to renovate existing structures that are in need of repair and reconfigure areas to offer more efficient utilization of space.
"We are grateful to the Lee County citizens for their tremendous support of the college over the years," said Philpott. "We thank you for your vote in support of the bonds that will benefit our students and our citizens for many years in the future."
For more information on Central Carolina Community College, visit www.cccc.edu.
Plans are progressing on the four Central Carolina Community College bond projects that were approved by Lee County voters in November 2014.