Advanced Manufacturing Tech Center Coming to ACC

| July 22, 2016

Rendering of ACC’s new Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center / Moser Pilon Nelson Architects

Enfield, CT – Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) in Enfield recently broke ground on its new Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center. The new 27,000sf facility will expand and further support the existing facility/program. When the new building is completed, the ACC campus will have over 50,000sf of space dedicated to advance manufacturing technology programs.

The architect for the project is Moser Pilon Nelson of Wethersfield

The addition will provide state-of-the-art instructional spaces for metrology, additive manufacturing technologies, CNC machining, and computer-aided design in both laboratory and classroom settings. The new facility, part of the state of Connecticut’s Advanced Manufacturing Initiative, is targeted for completion in the late spring of 2017.


ACC’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program prepares students for a career in manufacturing by providing classroom instruction, computer and hands-on training in a laboratory environment. Students develop skills and techniques specific to the demands of aerospace, medical and other high technology industries which rely on  a highly trained workforce.

The program provides students with comprehensive skills in CNC machine technology, welding, robotics, electronics/controls and electro-mechanical technologies. ACC will offer students a one-year certificate or a two-year associate’s degree in these programs.




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