Facilities and Operations

The Facilities and Operations department maintains and oversees the college’s three campuses, consisting of more than 600,000 square feet of classrooms, shops, meeting rooms and offices. The department oversees capital projects, including the completion of the Advanced Technology Building at the Central/Mohler Campus, which opened in 2015, and the Center for Allied Health Education, anticipated to open in 2021.

To inquire about renting our spaces, please visit Facility Rentals.

Center for Allied Health Education (CAHE)

During the previous legislative session, state legislators appropriated funding for the construction of the new Center for Allied Health Education, formerly known as the Medical Mile Health Science Center, at the Downtown Campus.

The $43.7M project features the demolition of a 1970s-era West Annex to make way for a modern learning facility that will house the college’s Allied Health programs, clinics, learning labs and other student spaces.

The 18-month to two-year project officially broke ground on Oct. 11, 2019. View photos.

Learn more about the construction and other new construction projects at ConeZone!


Project Request Form

Employees who need to submit a facilities project request should submit this form, or visit the forms directory on SharePoint.

For information about parking on campus, visit parking.