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    Milford Diesel Building, May 17, 2019 
    Dirt work has begun on the new Diesel Technology Building, Dec. 5, 2018 
    This is an architect’s rendering of what the Diesel Technology/Welding building on the Milford Campus will look like. 
    This is an architect’s rendering of what the Prairie Hall on the Milford Campus will look like. 

Milford Facilities

  • A new three-story Prairie Hall is under construction on campus and is set to open in time for the 2019 Fall Semester, which begins Aug. 26.

    The facility will house 152 students, both female and male, and have the following configuration: 25, four-bed single rooms; 11, four-bed double rooms; three, two-bed ADA double rooms; one, two-bed single rooms; and one room for the hall manager.

    Each room will have a kitchenette area with a refrigerator, microwave oven and sink. Internet and television service also will be in each room.

    There will be two lounge areas, one on the first floor and one on the second floor, and a convenience store also will be located on the first floor. Five study areas will be available throughout the facility. Laundry facilities and a community kitchen will be in the basement of the building.

    Project Update

    March 22, 2019

    Tile has started on the third floor of the west section. Drywall and drywall finishing work is going on in most of the building. Cabinets are being installed in the west section. Doors installation has started and will continue as more of them arrive. After the doors are set then the flooring work will start. Work is progressing at a faster rate because more areas are available to work in.

    March 2019


    December 2018

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    October 2018

    August 2018

    4 Person Suite - Double Room

    4 Person Suite - Single Room

    ADA Suite - 2 Person

    Common Space

    What: New building for Diesel Technology and Welding (60,000 sq. ft.).

    Why: Create effective learning space for diesel programs and welding courses. Provide safe and healthy learning environment. Create capacity to meet industry demand and train students in emerging technologies. Allow these and other programs with space deficiencies to expand number of students enrolled.

    Who: Diesel Technology-Truck; Diesel-Ag Equipment Service Technology; Welding (which supports 13 additional programs).

    How much: The anticipated cost is $13.2 million.

    Project Update

    March 22, 2019

    Work is continuing as weather permits. The Footings and Foundations work is underway and is making good progress. Site grading work is completed.

    March 2019

    December 2018

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