Groundbreaking at St. Louis Community College

We’re breaking ground and helping pave the way toward higher education!

Construction began on September 8th on the Center for Emerging Technologies and the Financial Services & Enrollment Center at St. Louis Community College’s Meramec campus. This groundbreaking is part of six new buildings planned across STLCC’s four main campuses as part of a facilities update.

STLCC Transformed is an initiative that aims to modernize buildings and programming to meet the job training demands of Missouri – something our Clayco team is honored to have a hand in. We will work with architect Arcturis Inc. to create spaces connecting people, expanding minds, and changing lives.

This community college system is the state’s largest, with four campuses: Florissant Valley, Forest Park, Meramec, and Wildwood, serving over 50,000 students. These colleges are essential in bridging the gap in education access and resources and also promote the development of a strong, capable, and resilient workforce.

The new facilities will help entrepreneurs grow their business ideas along with gaming, coding, logistics, supply chain management, and more. The developments are set to be complete by spring 2025.

Let’s keep building toward a forward-thinking future!

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