Education Everett Community College Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center

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Everett Community College

37,000 sq ft

S.M. Stemper Architects

RGU Architecture

Project Description: This project consists of a 37,000 square foot warehouse to house Everett Community College’s new Advanced Manufacturing Education & Training Center (A.M.T.E.C.). The new facility provides increased square footage for existing class-rooms and computer labs, and the Welding/Fabrication and Machining Labs. A Composites Labs was also added to meet the current and growing need for composite research and technicians in the aerospace world. RGU’s familiarity with fabrications and the technical industry’s procedures enabled us to present the most efficient lab layout for existing and future equipment. We determined the infrastructure needs for the labs and did research into the needs and equipment requirements of the new Composites program. Part of the scope was to present cost analysis for different options including new equipment for the Composites lab and future equipment needed for the existing programs. 
We also presented cost savings options using existing equipment.
Project Description: This project consists of a 37,000 square foot warehouse to house Everett Community College’s new Advanced Manufacturing Education & Training Center (A.M.T.E.C.). The new facility provides increased square footage for existing class-rooms and computer labs, and the Welding/Fabrication and Machining Labs. A Composites Labs was also added to meet the current and growing need for composite research and technicians in the aerospace world. RGU’s familiarity with fabrications and the technical industry’s procedures enabled us to present the most efficient lab layout for existing and future equipment. We determined the infrastructure needs for the labs and did research into the needs and equipment requirements of the new Composites program. Part of the scope was to present cost analysis for different options including new equipment for the Composites lab and future equipment needed for the existing programs. 
We also presented cost savings options using existing equipment.