Grays Harbor College breaking ground on new building
ABERDEEN, Wash. – Grays Harbor College will break ground on their newest building next week. The Gene Schermer Instructional Building will house Sciences, Nursing, Technology, Art, Engineering & Math for the main campus.
President Ed Brewster said demolition of the 400/450 buildings is slated to begin very soon, and they’re eying another building already “eventually we’ll take down the 200 building, the HUB will be the only building left to replace now.” Brewster said some classes will be moving into the 800 building during construction.
The 70-thousand square foot building will cost around $41.5-million, and should be open by September of 2015.