Gateway Breaks Ground on SC Johnson iMET Center Expansion

November 1, 2018

 

Gateway Technical College, alongside Governor Scott Walker, Foxconn Technology Group Director of U.S. Strategic Initiatives Alan Yeung and other local and state partners, recently broke ground on a $6.5 million expansion for its SC Johnson Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology (iMET) Center.

 

"Investment in our SC Johnson iMET Center will strengthen the workforce by providing new opportunities for training in advanced manufacturing and engineering," said Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht.

 

The expansion will support the growth and needs of Wisconn Valley employers through advanced training in Industry 4.0 careers. The work will add 35,779 square feet to the center's current 61,238 square feet and will include renovations to existing spaces.

 

Read more in the Racine Journal Times.

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