HCC to hold groundbreaking event for STEM facility at Felix Fraga Academic Campus
Mar 4, 2015
Houston Community College continues to make progress on its $425 million Groundbreaker Bond Program.
On March 11, HCC officials will break ground on the new Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) facility at the HCC Southeast Felix Fraga Academic Campus. This will be the fourth in a series of 14 groundbreakings that celebrate significant capital improvements of campuses across the district.
The $16 million, 36,400-square-foot building will include lab spaces, classroom spaces, a Maritime Center, lounge, computer classroom, faculty workroom, offices and library. It will also feature a telescope that will be part of an astronomy curriculum offered under the direction of renowned scientist, Roger Boston.
STEM facility groundbreaking
When: 10-11:30 a.m., March 11
Where: HCC Southeast Felix Fraga Academic Campus
301 N. Drennan, Houston, TX, 77003
HCC’s Groundbreaker Bond Program is a capital improvement program involving 14 projects across all six colleges, adding state-of the-art instructional buildings, parking garages and significant updates to existing buildings as well as new technologies to meet student needs, especially in high-demand areas such as health sciences, as well as science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
More information on HCC Bond program at www.hccs.edu/bond