KVCC Center for Science and Agriculture

The KVCC Center for Science and Agriculture


Completed in the fall of 2014, The KVCC Center for Science and Agriculture is the first completely new building at Kennebec Valley Community College's Harold Alfond Campus in Hinckley, Maine.

The striking 16,500 square-foot classroom and laboratory structure merges the study of science, agriculture, food technology, culinary arts and food entrepreneurship in a modern academic facility.

Classes began in the new building in January 2015. The building contains classrooms, faculty offices, laboratories, a computer lab, an auditorium, a student lounge, and informal learning space. It is designed to take advantage of the latest advances in renewable energy technology and building efficiency practices.

See the slideshow below for a quick look at this important new building and the features it offers.


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