NIC’s Campbell River campus reached a significant milestone this month, when almost 60 trucks were on hand to pour the foundation and floor of NIC’s new Heavy Duty Mechanics shop. See story on Page 3.

Cement poured at NIC Campbell River campus

NIC’s Campbell River campus reached a significant milestone this month, when almost 60 trucks were on hand to pour

the foundation and floor of NIC’s new Heavy Duty Mechanics shop.

The continuous pour was possible with the help of local concrete suppliers, pumpers and finishers and took a full day to

complete.

NIC’s Campbell River campus is undergoing a large‐scale transformation this year, creating a student‐focused campus with new learning spaces for future North Island mechanics, aircraft structures technicians, cooks and more.

For more information on North Island College’s Campbell River campus transformation, visit: https://www.nic.bc.ca/community/campus/cr/campusupgrade.aspx

 

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