Parkhill Applied Technology Center (T building)

  • home to automotive, Ford ASSET, collision repair, industrial technology, and welding
  • 68,000 square feet
  • industrial tech lab equipment includes 3D printer, Haas CNC machines, Bridgeport milling machines, metal lathes, hardening and tempering ovens, a laser engraver, Allen-Bradley automation PLC, Schneider electric PLC, welding booths, and over 100 SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, and OFW welding processes
  • automotive lab equipment includes work benches, tools, and equipment from industry's top vendors; fully equipped lift work stations; flat work stations for diagnostic training; Mustang MD1100SE Chassis Dynamometer and Stuska Track Master Water Brake Dynamometer for engine testing and tuning training
  • collision repair lab includes space for learning surface preparation, spot repair and blending, corrosion protection, upholstery repair, structural straightening, painting, special effects, and graphic design specialties
  • welding lab built to American Welding Society (AWS) standards

Tony Noel Agricultural Technology Applications Center (W building)

  • home to agriculture, horticulture, diesel power, and Case New Holland
  • 45,500 square feet
  • Midwest Precision Ag Center technology includes iPads with precision agriculture apps, remote sensing and UAVs, autosteer and variable rate applications, yield mapping, and computer lab with precision ag software used in industry
  • diesel shop area for specialized training in engine repair, hydraulic systems, powertrain, air conditioning, electrical systems, and diagnostic procedures
  • features Prairie Gardens Plant Laboratory
    • 5,000 square feet
    • multiple growing bays, garden plots, and space for learning labs
    • community resource with plant sales and a partnership with Champaign County Master Gardeners

Construction Education Alliance (CEA) on Mattis (Y building)

  • home to construction management courses such as construction plan fundamentals, plumbing, and rough carpentry

Parkland Land Laboratory

  • 40+ acres on campus used to demonstrate seed, fertilizer, and protectants used in area crop production
  • lab demonstrations include nontraditional and conservation crops
  • cooperation with regional ag firms