Gwinnett Technical College’s new Computer Information Systems, Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies Building was touted as a game changer by Gov. Brian Kemp and college President D. Glen Cannon on Monday.
The governor, Gwinnett Technical College officials and local leaders broke ground for the new building, as well as the expansion of the college’s Building 100. The new building is part of a growing computer sciences-related program at Gwinnett Tech, which is set to add a driver-less and connected vehicles program to its educational offerings in the fall.
“(This) groundbreaking is another major project at Gwinnett Tech,” Kemp told attendees at the groundbreaking ceremony. “We’re unveiling new opportunities for students to learn new skills and to be able to step into that workforce.”