Now nearing the final months of completion it shows the inside of the steel-framed structure taking shape at Dudley College.
The building work is set to be completed by June and has already secured 80 apprentices. It will be the first of its kind specialising in the latest construction techniques, technology and off-site fabrication.
College principal Lowell Williams said: “This is ground-breaking innovation that we are at the forefront of.
“We need to train people who are working in construction as if they are digital engineers.
“We will be the first building in the country offering that on a large scale using brand new apprentice standards.
“It is also the biggest skills project that the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership have funded.”
The new 37,000 square feet building will include workshops, classrooms and support facilities around a four-storey building called The Hanger.
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