Preparing students for high-demand careers
Phase II of the Highland Campus project will create a regional workforce innovation center that will train students for the jobs that are driving the Central Texas economy.
|Feature||Approx. Sq. Ft.|
|Creative Digital Media Center||TBD|
|Health Sciences/STEM Regional Simulation Center||TBD|
|Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Center||TBD|
|Regional Workforce Center||TBD|
Phase II project at-a-glance*
- Budget: $152.8 million
- Total area: 415,000 SF
- Projected opening enrollment capacity: 5,000 students
- Architect: Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects and Perkins+Will
- Contractor Manager at Risk: Flintco
- ACC Project Manager: Pamela Collier
*Actual costs and timelines may vary as project teams are assigned and designs are finalized.
Highland Campus project latest updates
Follow our progress as we transform the former Highland Mall into an advanced center for workforce training and lifelong learning. You also can view detailed monthly construction reports on ACC’s Facilities and Construction Office webpage.
ACC’s Board of Trustees selected Flincto as the construction-manager-at-risk for Highland Campus Phase II. The firm, one of three finalists considered out of the seven submitted proposals, oversaw Highland Phase I, which converted the former JC Penney store … Continue reading
The Austin Community College District Board of Trustees approved street names for the Highland development. The names pay tribute to the college’s heritage and individuals who guided its growth. Trustees also approved the name for a … Continue reading
Three Construction-Manager-at-Risk firm finalists — Flintco, SpawGlass, and DPR presented proposals to ACC’s Board of Trustees. Selection is expected in September.
ACC staff continues to lay the foundation for construction on the 2014 bond projects, including phase II renovations for the Highland Campus. As project teams are confirmed, each project will be thoroughly evaluated to finalize … Continue reading
ACC’s Board of Trustees selected Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects as the architect/engineering team for Highland Campus Phase II. BGK Architects oversaw Phase I, which converted the former JC Penney store into the ACC Highland Campus … Continue reading
Three architectural/engineering firm finalists — Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects, O’Connell Robertson, and Page Southerland — presented proposals to ACC’s Board of Trustees. Selection is expected by summer.
Highland Mall closes to the public so that pre-construction and abatement work can begin on the 44-year old structure. Previously renovated areas will remain open to support college programs and partnerships. They include ACC Highland … Continue reading
ACC has issued Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for architects to design Phase II of the Highland Campus based on the college’s Academic Master Plan. Candidates are expected to present to the ACC board in May.
Voters approved two bond propositions totaling $386 million for capital improvements. Projects include: ACC Highland Phase II: Regional career and technical training center Rio Grande Campus: Renovations to the 100-year old main campus building Leander … Continue reading
From the ACC Newsroom
Bond projects update: Planning continues for Elgin, Round Rock campuses
February 4, 2016, 4:13 pm
ACC Bond project update
December 14, 2015, 7:41 pm
ACC buys 124-acre site for technical training center
December 3, 2015, 2:15 pm
ACC adquiere 124 acres en el sureste del Condado de Travis
December 1, 2015, 7:05 pm
ACC completes purchase of southeast Travis County land
November 30, 2015, 11:46 pm