The schoolâ€™s lobby will be its main feature, serving as a reception area, a 350-seat dining hall, a multi-purpose room and even
part of the media center. If the space is cleared out, it can seat about 1,000.
Students in the carpentry program
will learn the use of hand-and-power tools, selection and use of materials, blueprint reading and other skills.
The media area includes work stations for students, as well as smaller conference/study rooms.
This 170-seat auditorium, at the front and center of MTIâ€™s new campus, will be used for school lectures and community events, Wagner says.
Students in the precision machine classroom will learn to use equipment such as milling machines, lays and others.
MTI's cosmetology program will take up the largest amount of space in the new campus.