Southeast Technical is excited to announce that construction on the college's transportation building expansion kicked-off during a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, May 22. Completion of the project is scheduled for fall 2012.
The transportation building expansion calls for a 25,000 square foot, $2.3 million addition to what is currently the truck driving training building. In addition to the Truck Driving program, the expanded facilities will house the Auto Body Collision Technology and Automotive Technology programs. Space on the Winona main campus currently occupied by these programs will be given to the Computerized (CNC) Precision Machining Technology, Industrial Technology, and Welding Technology programs, which have been renting space at the former airport campus now owned by Plasticomp.