The 26,750 SF James J. Countryman Engineering & Industrial Technology Building was built in 1995. A 16,000 SF addition was added in 2011.
The original scope of work included building alterations to three areas within the JJC building. The project was to be completed in phases:
Phase I – The design of a connecting vestibule between lab 124 and lecture room 181. The outcome was a collaborative space used as an agriculture lecture area and an adjacent agronomy lab.
Phase II – This design included alterations to four rooms, combining two of them into one large space to be used as a robotics lab. JDI was also tasked with converting a storage room into a student huddle/study space, creating a staff office, and making alterations to three classrooms, and the atrium.