A project to expand and remodel Chippewa Valley Technical College’s Emergency Service Education Center (ESEC) is underway, with a construction kick-off event held today at the facility on CVTC’s West Campus. The $10.6 million project is the second-largest part of CVTC’s $48.8 million referendum approved in April 2020.
The project includes 27,800 sq. ft. In additions and 24,400 sq. ft. Of remodeling. Among the features are
a larger indoor firearms range; dedicated spaces for simulations; increased classroom spaces; facilities
for fitness, defense and arrest tactics; and an apparatus bay for FireMedic equipment.
PHOTO: Flanked by recruits in the CVTC Law Enforcement Academy, leaders from CVTC, Market & Johnson and
SDS Architects toss the ceremonial shovels of dirt to mark a construction kick-off event for the CVTC
Emergency Service Education Center project approved in the April 2020 referendum.