On Tuesday, February 18th, the County College of Morris, located at 214 Center Grove Road, published aerial footage of their soon-to-be open Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center.
Slated to be complete in Spring 2020, the County College of Morris’ Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center will feature the latest technology and equipment to aid and develop the skills of students entering STEM fields. The 31,500 sq ft center will feature many advanced and cutting-edge resources, some of which include two electronics labs, two prototyping labs, two computer labs, a 3D printing room, an analysis lab, an automation and controls/robotics/emerging technologies lab, a measuring and materials testing lab, a welding lab and more.
In addition to the technology and tool exposure students will receive, the new facility will also bring to the campus many opportunities for collaborative learning and connections with industry representatives to work towards innovations and solutions within the manufacturing and engineering sectors. The project continues to make great progress as exterior window installation nears completion, and significant work continues to be completed in the facility’s interior.
For more information on the college’s Manufacturing and Engineering programs, visit www.ccm.edu/academics/. For information on its Workforce Development programs, visit www.ccm.edu/workforce/.