The North Forest Project includes 25,615 square feet Construction Trades Workforce Renovation of existing building, 20,691 square foot new Academic Building, and New Central Utility Plant to serve the campus. Academic classrooms, science labs, and student amenities will be provided in the new space. Shops, classrooms, and faculty offices will be provided in the renovated Workforce building. New landscape features and pedestrian amenities are planned to visually connect the buildings across the campus.
Named after the late Friendswood Volunteer Fire Department President Kenneth M. Camp, the new building, a 20,000 square foot facility, will replace the current headquarters station next to Friendswood City Hall that was built in the 1970’s.
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Elected officials, San Jacinto College leaders, and industry partners gathered on Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 to break ground on a state-of-the-art Center for Industrial Technology (CIT), which will enable the College to keep pace with the rising demand for technical workforce training. The projected completion date for the 111,000-square-feet center, located on the San Jacinto College North Campus, is October 2016.Read More: HERE
Katy ISD - New Stadium Groundbreaking on February 5, 2016.
January 15, 2016 was the Lone Star College ribbon cutting ceremony for it’s new Creekside Center. Dr. Lee Ann Nutt hosted the ceremony featuring Dr. Steve Head, Chancellor of Lone Star College, Linda Good, Lone Star College Board Member and Debbie Riddle, State Representative. Dr. Head’s comment on the new building was “we have no better building than this one”. Everyone acclaimed Creekside Center as a beautiful state-of-the-art facility and an exciting and welcome addition to the community.
On Friday, June 10, 2016 hundreds of people gathered for the grand opening of the new three-story tall Katy City Hall. The new building replaces the former city hall that consisted of four different buildings which housed all of the city staff and the city council meetings. The new structure now features three massive clocks on a tower and is designed to get back to the roots of the city's early history.