Midlands Technical College broke ground on a $30 million, 58,000-square-foot technology center at its Beltline campus today.

The four-story, 58,245-square-foot Center for Business and Information Technologies will serve as a high-tech hub for the college’s business, information technology, science and mathematics workforce development programs.

“The physical transformation of our campus is representative of what we do every day: We help people transform their tomorrow,” MTC President Ronald Rhames said in an online statement.

Rhames said that of MTC’s 150 programs of study, nearly 50 are in the fields the new center is designed to support, with many of those featuring training programs offered through the college’s Corporate and Continuing Education division.

“Businesses, organizations and state government agencies rely on these programs and other corporate and continuing education offerings for workforce…

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