Rodgers to oversee construction on 154,100-square-foot, $56.1 million North Classroom Building at CPCC


Rodgers joined faculty, community leaders, and special guests at Central Piedmont Community College’s Central Campus to break ground on the North Classroom Building.

Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer, president of CPCC, said “With this new space, the college will be better able to equip students with the skills required to pursue family-sustaining careers and transform their lives.  I firmly believe we at the college are in the life-transformation business, and this building will be an important element in this process.”

The new 154,100 square-foot, six-story building will be the largest building ever constructed by the college. The building will add classrooms, labs, faculty and staff offices and an auditorium. The building, funded by the 2013 Mecklenburg County bonds, will welcome students in January 2020.

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Charlotte Business Journal, November 1, 2017, CPCC breaks ground on ‘largest’ classroom building at Elizabeth campus