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August 23rd, 2010
Architects have unveiled plans for a $15 million advanced technology training center in South Charleston, a project that's expected to become an integral part of the West Virginia Education, Research and Technology Park.
Workers are scheduled to break ground this fall, and construction on the 50,000-square-foot building is expected to start early next year. Students will likely be taking classes in the facility by January 2012.
The Advantage Valley Technology Training Center will host about 600 students and offer classes in fields such as nanotechnology, electrical mechanical technology (or mechatronics), information technology, digital analog circuitry and chemical processing.
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