Project Overview

The 95,000 square-foot new Public Safety Training Center provides a much-needed program expansion: enrollment in FVTC’s Criminal Justice training programs has steadily increased in recent years and the limited capacity of the Fire Protection Program leaves a lengthy wait list of students.

The new center combines classroom training with hands-on practice and is used to train public safety personnel in areas such as investigation, firefighting, technical rescue, pursuit, air disasters, and more. Participants are assured real-world experiences during simulations using the facility’s extensive training areas, including a 5-story Class A burn building, indoor and outdoor firing ranges, emergency vehicle driving range, Scenario Village, and trench and confined space rescue units.

The center is the first fully-integrated training facility in the Midwest.

Education Market Leader

Craig Uhlenbrauck / Vice President, Education, Education
920.969.7030
craig.uhlenbrauck@miron-construction.com

Owner:

Fox Valley Technical College

Size:

95,000 SF

Completion:

January 2015

Architect / Engineer:

Eppstein Uhen Architects

In their words…

“Besides the professionalism we experience each day, we also enjoy the great camaraderie that has developed in our time working together. We look forward to the start of the rest of our projects and our continued partnership.” 
– Jill McEwen, Vice President – Administrative Services, Fox Valley Technical College