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Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence

Boasting an outstanding track record in numerous industrial training disciplines, the Wake Technical Community College Hendrick Center sought to set the pace for automotive studies by expanding their offerings. This new facility enabled the college to more than double the enrollment in its automotive systems technology program and add a new degree program in collision repair. Students can now utilize resources such as open-bay repair spaces for students learning automotive technology and collision repair.


Wake Technical Community College

Project Stats

100,650 sq ft


AIA Triangle Design Honor Award

Raleigh Environmental Award for Next Generation of Environmental Leaders

Sir Walter Raleigh Award

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Wake Technical Community College inaugurates the Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence

"This will soon become a hub for industry activity of all kinds," said Dr. Ralls. "A place for training in the latest technologies and trends, where students, expert instructors and industry leaders will be able to interact and learn from each other."

"Brasfield & Gorrie generated great ideas during the VE exercise to get the project back within budget. The best example would be by pushing the buildings together and cutting down on building skin. Great job!"

Wake Tech Community College