Hoar Construction Breaks Ground on Cleveland State Community College Project
Hoar Construction held a groundbreaking ceremony for Cleveland State Community College’s new Health & Sciences facility Aug. 29. This is the first building the campus will construct in more than 40 years and is part of a planned campus revitalization project. This $25 million project will include Nursing, EMT and Medical Assistant Skills and Simulation labs, state-of-the-art biology and microbiology labs, five general classrooms, three conference rooms, student study and collaboration space, faculty offices and 2,400 square feet of multi-function space for classes and events.
Pictured, from left to right: Jackson Simpson, Hoar Construction; Representative Dan Howell; Senator Mike Bell; Mayor Kevin Brooks; nursing student Rachel Carden; Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor Flora Tydings; Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president; Alisha Fox, CSCC vice president for Finance and Operations; Mayor Gary Davis; Senator Todd Gardenhire; Chuck Griffin, BarberMcMurry Architects; Gary Fuller, CSCC Foundation chair.