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     March 23, 2021      #61-82 KDJ
Rob Kenney, director of facilities at Kankakee Community College, talks Thursday about the renovations being done to the lab space at the KCC Technology Building. Phase one of the $1.75 million renovations began in February 2021 and is expected to be completed by June, with the first classes held in

Renovations underway to KCC electrical engineering

By Stephanie Markham

KANKAKEE — Kankakee Community College’s Technology Building is undergoing $1.75 million renovations to classroom and lab space used by students in the Electrical Engineering Technology and Manufacturing Technology programs.

Work began in February on the first of two phases of construction. Phase 1, which upgrades the Industrial Electricity Lab, is projected to finish in June and to be ready for classes in the fall 2021 semester.

Rob Kenney, KCC director of facilities, said the Industrial Electricity Lab which is currently being ...

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Construction work in the Kankakee Community College Technology Building continue Thursday during phase one of the $1.75 million renovations, which began Feb. 2021. The first phase is expected to be completed by June, with the first classes held in the new lab space in Fall 2021.

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