What the bonds mean for our community
The $210 million in bonds will finance these important projects, which will be completed over a five-year period.
Levine Campus (Matthews)
The purchase of land and the construction of 120,000 additional square-feet of instructional space. Project will include space for a CMS-CPCC middle college, the county’s second middle college.
Central Campus at Charlottetowne Avenue
The purchase of land and construction of 100,000 additional square-feet of space for high-tech advanced manufacturing training.
Merancas Campus (Huntersville)
The purchase of land and construction of 100,000 additional square-feet of instructional space.
Giles Science Building Renovation – Central Campus
Will provide 154 more biology and chemistry lab stations – a critical need of the college.
Cato Campus (University area)
Adding 100,000 square-feet of instructional space at CPCC’s most crowded campus.
Harper Campus Phase 4 (Southwest Charlotte)
Project will add 150,000 square-feet of instructional space, including room for a third CMS-CPCC middle college.
Basic Skills-Literacy Center – Central Campus
New 200,000 square-foot facility will help adult students gain basic skills needed for the workplace. Facility will house GED program.
Terrell Hall Renovations & Expansion – Central Campus
Building, which opened circa 1968, needs extensive renovations, including electrical, plumbing and HVAC. Work will include making the building far more energy efficient and provide 81,500 square-feet of new space. Renovated building will serve as a center for student services and provide a new student union.
Hendrick Automotive Building Expansion – Levine Campus
Project will add 13,000 square-feet of training space. Facility is used for both CPCC student training and industry/dealership continuing education.
Advanced Technology Center Renovation & Expansion – Central Campus
Important training center for advance manufacturing and machining programs will get a much needed renovation and 75,000 square-feet of additional space. The building opened in the early 1990s.