Workforce programs previously housed at MCC-Business & Technology will begin to transition to their new locations this year.
Learn more about the new buildings and where workforce programs will reside
The MCC Penn Valley Engineering Technology building is expected to be completed in July 2021, with classes starting Fall 2021. The Engineering Technology building will house state-of-the-art classrooms for Engineering Technology and Construction Management as well as MCC's FabLab maker space, a 3-D printing/prototype lab and the Burns & McDonnell Design Innovation Lab.
- Hard hats on? Shovels ready? MCC-Penn Valley marks start of construction for Engineering Technology building
- MCC’s new Engineering Technology building to be celebrated with Oct. 6 groundbreaking ceremony
The MCC-Blue River building construction is expected to be completed in Fall 2021, with classes starting Spring 2022. The new building will house MCC's commercial driver's license (CDL), utility lineman, forklift/warehousing programs and the Great Plains OSHA Education Center.
- MCC-Blue River groundbreaking Dec. 2 to mark imminent arrival of CDL, utility lineman, warehousing and OSHA programs in Eastern Jackson County
- Watch the Dec. 2 MCC-Blue River groundbreaking
The Advanced Technical Skills Institute, located at 2944 Troost Avenue in Kansas City's midtown, will house building maintenance and construction, computer-integrated machining, HVAC, industrial technology and welding. Renovation of the building is expected to be completed in November 2021, with classes starting in Spring 2022.