BARBOURVILLE, Ky. — $10 million was presented to the Knox County Board of Education to support a major renovation project at the Knox County Career and Tech Center (CTC).
The $10 million will help with renovations for the Knox County CTC, which was originally built in 1960. The project will include a full building refurbishment and upgrades to the health science labs, engineering technology facility, as well as automotive, electrical, and welding technology facilities.
The renovations at the Knox County Career and Tech Center, which also serves Barbourville Independent Schools, will provide students with state-of-the-art resources, delivering high-quality education and a competitive advantage in the workforce.
“It is our mission to empower the workforce of tomorrow, to build a better community, and thanks to Gov. Beshear and our local leaders we are well on our way to achieving more than we ever thought possible,” said Knox County CTC Principal Ralph Halcomb.
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