CPCC North Classroom Building Tops Out


The final steel beam was raised into place for the new North Classroom Building during a topping out ceremony on Central Piedmont Community College’s central campus in Charlotte, North Carolina. School officials, Rodgers and craftworkers celebrated the completion of the steel phase of construction with an opportunity to sign the beam and enjoy a celebratory lunch.

The six-story North Classroom Building will house multiple programs including Basic Skills, Literacy and Disability Services; College and Career Readiness; STEM programs such as biomedical equipment engineering technology; science laboratories; and additional general education instruction space.

The 154,100 square-foot building is the largest building ever constructed by the college and will include four biology and two chemistry labs; 23 classrooms; 29 computer classrooms; a 200-seat auditorium; and faculty and staff offices.