Central Virginia Community College designed and constructed a 4,050 SF Occupational Program Building to accommodate a Culinary Arts Career Studies Certificate Program. This facility includes: classroom space, faculty offices, food storage areas and an actual kitchen and food preparation area used to provide hands on instruction for the students. The college proposed to add this Culinary Arts Career Studies Certificate Program to meet the needs identified by restaurants, hotels, schools, healthcare providers and others in the College’s service region known locally as, Region 2000. In conjunction with SFCS, Hurt & Proffitt provided engineering and construction administration services, aiding CVCC to be able to establish this Culinary Arts Career Studies Certificate Program.
The location is between Amherst Building and Merritt Hall. In addition to the associated site work related to the building an access road to the building extends from the existing lot adjacent to Merritt Hall.