Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology Featured in the Omaha World-Herald
Fresh off the beginning of the new school year, the Omaha World-Herald featured three new buildings on the Metropolitan Community College’s Fort Omaha campus, part of a significant investment in the college’s future and a testament to the evolving nature of today’s community colleges.
BNIM’s project, the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology (CAET), will fill a niche for maker space that does not yet exist in the region. With collaborative project rooms, technology for prototyping, and space for industry partners to interact with students and faculty, CAET provides the tool and space to create and innovate.
BNIM was part of a larger team for the three-building development, serving as Design Architect and Architect of Record with Holland Basham as Executive Architect for CAET. BNIM also provided LEED administration services for all three buildings.
The formal grand opening will take place today, September 22, at 1:00 p.m. CT.