SFCC is excited to share some of the architectural renderings from Greer Stafford/SJCF ARCHITECTURE, Inc. of our soon-to-be constructed Automotive Technology Center.
In the upcoming months, expect to see construction beginning just south of the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center parking lot. Additional parking will be built across the loop drive not far from the TATC greenhouse. The ATC was designed to become eligible to earn a Gold Lead energy designation with a water collection and storage system. The Automotive Technology Program plans to begin offering classes for the fall 2020 semester.
The 17,500 square foot center will house three labs for automotive study: a chassis/suspension lab, an electric lab and an EV/hybrid engine/power train lab. The repair bays will feature four vehicle lifts and two alignment lifts. A flex lab will be available for a variety of college purposes. Included in the ADA compliant plans are a storage area for engines, a parts shop similar to what would be in a dealership, a gender neutral restroom and stunning entryway sponsored by The Santa Fe Concorso, which will feature automotive photographs and memorabilia. A patio will also offer opportunities for special car shows or other events.
We want to thank Greer Stafford/SJCF ARCHITECTURE, Inc. for sharing these stunning images of their design.