Flexible Industrial Technology Building
| Work continues on the new Flexible Industrial
Technology Building. Mike Smith/LCCC
• Note: Only those who have business on the project construction sites are allowed
on the sites (behind the fence). They’re required by safety regulations to check in
with the contractor at the construction trailer. They're also required to wear the
necessary protective/safety gear, hard hats, reflective vests, etc.
• Crews erected precast walls.
• FCI will complete setting steel on the north pod by Oct. 2, begin on the south
pod on Sept. 30 and on the east pod on Oct. 12.
• Crews began masonry work on Sept. 28 and will continue that work for the next five
• Crews will begin exterior rigid insulation on Oct. 5, and exterior plywood installation
on Oct. 7.
• On Sept. 30, crews started underground electrical and plumbing work on the east
pod. They will start that work on the north pod on Oct. 12 and on the south pod on
• Crews will begin concrete pour on the north pod on Oct. 12, on the south pod on Oct.
21 and on the east pod Oct. 26.
• Crews will also start roofing on the north pod on Oct. 15 and on the south pod on
• Crews will begin Installation of the sky light curbs on Oct. 14.
• The $16 million, 46,000-square-foot building is projected to open in fall 2016.
• The new building will be home to Diesel Technology, Engineering Technology, expanded
Welding Fabrication program, Construction Management, Process Technology and will
provide room for expansion of other budding programs.
• The general contractor is FCI Constructors.
Crews work on the new Flex Tech building. Ty Stockton/LCCC
A view of the new Flex Tech building. Ty Stockton/LCCC