Celli-Flynn Brennan Selected by the Community College of Allegheny College to Prepare a Facilities Master Plan

Celli-Flynn Brennan, Architects and Planners, is pleased to announce that we have been selected by the Community College of Allegheny County to assist CCAC in the preparation of a system-wide Facilities Master Plan encompassing the majority of the college’s campuses and centers. The development of this plan, which is being undertaken during CCAC’s 50th Anniversary, will guide institutional growth and the college’s development into the future. CFB has long supported CCAC and their continued commitment to student success. We are pleased to continue a relationship which began back in 1967.

One of the nation’s preeminent community colleges, CCAC serves a student population that surpasses 45,000 per year and offers more than 150 degree, certificate, diploma and transfer programs across a diverse range of disciplines including those in the arts and humanities; business; science, technology, engineering and mathematics; health; education, social and behavioral sciences; and the skilled trades. Through its dual emphasis on rigorous academic education and hands-on workforce training, CCAC prepares graduates for transition into baccalaureate programs at four-year institutions in addition to immediate entry into the workforce. CCAC graduates have transferred to the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities, have obtained the most academically challenging and competitive degrees and can be found at leading companies, organizations and institutions throughout the nation. With an active alumni base of 100,000 and growing, CCAC alumni are engaged in every sector of society, providing leadership to scores of economic, scientific, civic and philanthropic entities both in the Pittsburgh region and around the world.

For further information regarding CCAC, its history and the college’s plans during its 50th Anniversary year, please click on the following link: http://50.ccac.edu/.

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