b"The Physical Plant contains a large equipment room which houses the boilers, cold generating equipment and water-heating equipment providing air conditioning, heating and hot water for the entire campus. This building also contains a central control room for monitoring the operation of the central plant and the operation of air conditioning in all buildings campus-wide. The Physical Education Building contains two classrooms, five offices, storage and supply rooms, four student dressing rooms, a fitness center, restrooms, a gymnasium playing area which could be used for a full basketball court and/or used for two smaller cross courts, and a stage area which doubles as a physical activities area. The Career/Technical ComplexRefrigeration & Air Conditioning Building contains large laboratories and classrooms. In addition, it contains the High School Equivalency, Adult Skills and English as a Second Language Program. The Construction Engineering Technology Building contains classrooms and computer lab. This building also contains five offices, two restrooms, mechanical and electrical equipment rooms and miscellaneous storage rooms. The Career/Technical ComplexAuto Body and Automotive Technology Building contains large laboratories, and classrooms, faculty offices, storage and supply rooms. The Career/Technical ComplexResidential, Commercial and Industrial Electricity Building contains two large laboratories, planning rooms, instructor offices, storage, and supply rooms. The Career/Technical Complex building contains a large conference room, general classrooms, storage facilities, four other offices, the Interpreter Training classroom and lab, and Career-Technical computer lab. Early Childhood Education Building: This building houses the Early Childhood Education Technology Program, serving as a laboratory for the students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Technology Program. The facility houses a pre-school consisting of an infant room, two year old room, three year old room and a four year old room where students gain practical learning experiences in working with pre-school children. Eula W. Switzer Building: The west side of the building has four large classrooms, one large laboratory, one large storage room, one small laboratory, seventeen faculty offices, conference room, workroom, secretary's office, and administrative office. Housed within the west side of the building is the Coding Technology, Computer Networking Technology, Cybersecurity Technology, Data Analytics Technology and Computer Programming Technology programs. Health Sciences programs are located on the east side of the building and houses Surgical Technology, Medical Assisting Technology and EMT/Paramedic programs.The east side of the building has 4 large classrooms, 3 large skill laboratories, 7 faculty offices, an amphitheater style classroom, work room, Medical Analysis clinic, student lounge, and storage areas in each skill laboratory. The Hospitality and Resort Management Center opened in 2014 and houses Hotel Restaurant Management, Culinary, Baking and Pastry Arts, Banquet and Catering Service, and Business & Marketing Management. The facility contains four kitchens, providing students and community with access to a demonstration kitchen, baking kitchen, production kitchen and teaching kitchen. Space provided includes a mock guest room, front desk operation, faculty and administration offices, student lounge, and lockers. The facility also provides over 5,600 square feet of conference space and over 2,200 square feet of dining space. The facility also contains four computer labs and six large classrooms for instruction. The Educational Development Building houses eight offices, academic classrooms, a storage area, two student and two faculty restrooms, and four labs general education programs. The Maintenance Building is a one-story metal and brick combination building located in the back of the campus that houses maintenance, shipping and receiving, grounds department, housekeeping and superintendent and assistant superintendent of maintenance and grounds. The Student Services Building is a multi-story building located on the southwest corner of the campus facing Switzer Road. The first floor houses the Enrollment Services Center, Admissions-Records and Financial Aid Processing. The Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management office, the Assessment Center, and the Multi-Purpose Room U202 are found on the second floor. Building A houses the Campus Police Department, Welcome Center and Recruitment office and is located on the South walkway. 10"