Wayne Community College has been received approval to begin its first construction project in more than a decade.
The State Construction Office has authorized the college to proceed with its contract with the “design-build” team of Moseley Architects and Daniels and Daniels Construction for a new Automotive and Collision Repair Building.
The new 30,000-sq.-ft. building will bring the college’s automotive and collision repair classrooms, bays, work rooms, and offices under one roof. The project will cost $7 million.
Construction is expected to begin early in the fall 2019 semester and be completed the following fall.