The three new buildings at Brookhaven College were part of the $450 million bond program
passed in 2004 by Dallas County voters. Of that amount, Brookhaven College received $62 million
for the following new buildings and renovations.
- The Science and Allied Health Building, Building X.
Construction began in February 2008 on the 146,500 square foot facility housing the biology, chemistry,
nursing, EMS and radiologic technology programs. The $47 million building opened for classes August 2009.
- Automotive Technology Expansion, Building Q.
Construction began December 2008 on the renovation of the Automotive Technology classrooms and 10,800
square foot expansion of the automotive bays. Classes began in the $15 million facility in August 2009.
- Workforce and Continuing Education Building, Building W.
Construction on the $8 million facility began November 2008. The 27,792 square foot facility houses 18 classrooms,
labs and multipurpose rooms in additional to staff offices. The building opened January 2010.
- K Building adaptive remodel and College entrances remodel
The adaptive remodel of the vacated science labs in the lower level of K building began October 2009.
The renovated space housing five PC labs, a geology lab, a general use classroom and faculty offices
opened May 2010. The construction costs were $1.9 million including remodeling of the Valley View and
Alpha road entrances.
Bond Program Updates