Metropolitan Community College’s Facilities Services Department is comprised of facilities maintenance, custodial, grounds, mail services, printing, and shipping and receiving.
Student-Centered Spaces to Launch Tomorrow Today
MCC is focusing resources to make sure our students- and the Kansas City community- succeed. New facilities are opening across our metro that house advanced cutting-edge technology in forward-thinking and collaborative spaces. While students are preparing for their own futures, MCC is bringing the future online now!
The new MCC-Penn Valley Engineering Technology building will open in 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.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony update: This event will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1.
- 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.
Save the date: ribbon cutting February 3, 2022
- 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.
Save the date: ribbon cutting April 3, 2022
- $5 million Sunderland Foundation gift to support three major construction projects at Metropolitan Community College
MCC's state-of-the-art Health Science Institute (HSI) is a unique learning facility. True-to-life simulation stations in this 190,000 sq. ft. building takes hands-on learning opportunities, clinical skill practice and patient care teamwork to the next level.
MCC's Virtual Hospital is a 10,000 sq. ft., accredited, healthcare simulation center that provides an unmatched learning environment for healthcare providers and students. The Virtual Hospital is a realistic healthcare facility is home to six simulation rooms and hosts a variety of events and collaborates with businesses and organizations.CLOSE