Crews are six months into construction of Monroe Community College's future Damon City Campus, which officials expect to open in time for the fall 2017 semester.
The project spans four connected buildings, all previously owned by Kodak, which provide a total of 255,000 square feet of space. DiMarco Constructors and LaBella Associates, the contractors on the project, are converting the old Kodak facilities into classrooms, labs, offices, workforce training areas, meeting spaces, and other things, such as a school bookstore.
This afternoon, representatives for the contractors led MCC President Anne Kress, Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo, and local media on a tour of the construction. The space is still a work in progress, but in many places the campus's skeleton is forming. (A collection of tweets from the tour follows the jump.)