One of the most unique qualities of a CME education is the facility in which students apply what they have learned. The CME’s building has over 47,000 square feet of usable space that is divided over three floors. The most notable feature is probably the 12,000 square foot factory floor located on the first floor. Our factory floor is equipped with equipment and technology that allows students to gain practical experience in a manufacturing setting .
The CME has also put the highest quality technology to work throughout the rest of the building. In-classroom technology, student work areas, meeting rooms, lounge areas, and laboratories are all equipped with modern technology to make the learning process as student-friendly as possible.
One of the most unique qualities of a CME education is the facility in which students apply what they have learned. The CME’s 47,000+ usable square-foot facility comprises three floors. The first floor houses a 12,000-square-foot factory in which CME students learn manufacturing processes used in wood, metal and plastic fabrication.
In the photo above you can see the factory floor early in the building’s existence while it was still mostly empty. Now the floor contains over sixty industrial machines. In the main area on the right of this photo is where we now house the wood working and metal working lines. To the left you will now find our painting and finishing booths. Behind the main wall in the middle is our plastics and polymer room that is kept separate and clean from the other lines.