|CPTC President Dr. Lonnie Howard and departing CPTC President Dr. John Walstrum cutting the ribbon at the Health Sciences Facility dedication ceremony.|
On Sept. 20, Clover Park Technical College dedicated its Health Sciences Facility, the most recent addition to its Lakewood campus. The 55,000 square-foot building will house eleven of CPTC's medical programs, serving approximately 1,000 students each year.
The Health Sciences Facility was built to according to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Standards. Features include a rooftop garden with medicinal plants, staircases and structures built from recycled materials, and solar panels covering approximately a third of the roof.
|The rooftop garden off the facility's south wing|
|One of the staircases in the new Health Sciences Facility, built with wood from an earlier building on the CPTC campus.|
|The north wing of the new Health Sciences Facility.|