Asking price for the property, which contains 153,600 square feet, 16.47 acres and 1,282 parking spaces, is $4.5 million. An adjoining plot of 6.4 acres is available at an asking price of $350,000.
The Pulaski Tech Board of Trustees also has approved plans to negotiate the purchase of a building at
The two purchases and subsequent renovation of the facilities will be financed with proceeds from the issuance of revenue bonds backed by student tuition and fees. The college will submit a bond feasibility resolution to the Arkansas Higher Education.
John E. Barnes, chairman of the Pulaski Tech Board of Trustees, said the two
"Accessibility is an important part of the mission of a comprehensive two-year college," Barnes said. "Right now, the classrooms and labs on our main campus in
Dr. Dan F. Bakke, president, said the transportation technology training center will house programs in automotive technology, diesel mechanics technology and collision repair technology, which will relocate from the
Pulaski Tech is the largest community/technical college in the state with 7,222 students enrolled this fall and an annual growth rate of 18 percent.