Jefferson Community & Technical College
Omni Architects has been selected to design the new JCTC AMIT Center, to be located near their existing campus in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The project is part of Kentucky Education Workforce & Development Cabinet’s Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative and will be constructed on a 1.8-acre site in the South of Broadway (SoBro) neighborhood - an area of Louisville that is undergoing significant revitalization.
The AMIT Center is anticipated to be approximately 58,000 GSF in size and will include training spaces for Industrial Maintenance, Engineering and Electronics Technician training, Computerized Machining and Manufacturing, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Welding Technology, KY FAME – Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Computer Information Technology. Additionally, the building will be used to provide Dual Credit for area high school students, as well as specialized training in these same areas to meet the short-term training needs of local business and industry, including training of incumbent workers. An expansion of Automotive Technology is planned for the rehabilitation of Building B at the existing Technical Campus.