4B Board exploring ideas for a vocational technology building at NCTC-Bowie

By BARBARA GREEN
Could a new industrial technology center be in North Central Texas College-Bowie’s future?
The Bowie 4B Economic Development Sales Corporation board is gathering information on a possible project that would in turn be presented to the city council and public for consideration.
Janis Crawley, executive director for the 4B board, said at its last meeting on May 23 the directors voted to retain Bundy, Young, Sims and Potter Architects, the same company that designed the new 10,000 square-foot Information Technology Center that opened in March at the Gainesville campus.
Staff from the architectural firm met with the 4B to discuss the possibilities of using the same blueprint on the Bowie campus property, which Crawley said could save a lot of money.

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Pictured: The new Information Technology Center at the Gainesville North Central Texas College campus includes individual student bays for the welding programs. (NCTC photo)