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A Ribbon Cutting at Tacoma Community College

September 2014 - The New H.C. Joe Harned Center for Health Careers is dedicated and opened to students and staff

FORMA participated last week in the ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony of the new Harned Center for Health Careers that was recently completed at Tacoma Community College.

The new facility houses state of the art equipment and educational space for the College's Health programs, including Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Emergency Medical Care, Health Information Technology, Nursing and  Radiologic Sciences, among others.

On track to achieve LEED Gold certification, the 69,700 sf Harned Center contains 2,352 cu. yards of concrete, 628 tons of structural steel and rebar, and enough wire & AV cabling to wrap around the world 1 and a half times.