New math, science and technology buildings have been approved for construction at Northeast Alabama Community College.
The Alabama State Board of Education approved the buildings earlier this week.
The 46,000 square foot building will house classrooms for anatomy, biology, mathematics and physics and engineering laboratories. The facility will also include office space for faculty and study areas for students.
Northeast officials anticipate having groundbreaking ceremonies for the building within the next few months. Tentative plans are for construction to begin this summer with completion scheduled for the fall of 2013.
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