The design of the new Building S at the Wilson Community College Lee Technology Center Campus is centered around supporting the expanding curriculum and growing needs of the thriving technology and construction industry.
This project includes the demolition of two existing pre-engineered buildings and construction of a new 12,700-square-foot facility in their place. The new building contains classrooms, faculty offices, hands-on training lab spaces, and the addition of 2,800-square-feet of programmed outdoor space. The design of functional and flexible classrooms supports the growth of the Building Construction Technology, Electrical Systems Technology, and HVAC Technology programs. Large windows and natural light provide transparency and visibility of the students at work.
Photography: Susan Holt Photography