Climate control goes high tech in Oklahoma CityPublished: Saturday, April 14, 2018 By: Richard Mize Source: Newsok
It's new and shiny and so cutting edge even young people are drawn to it, they say — just what manufacturers and technology service firms are counting on to supply a future workforce.
The Climate & Energy Control Technologies Center of Excellence is not only the latest pride and joy of Metro Technology Centers' South Bryant Campus. It's a darling of NC3, the National Coalition of Certification Centers.
"Today, Oklahoma City and Metro Tech now have the most advanced climate and energy control (training) facility in the world," Roger Tadajewski, executive director of NC3, said Friday at the center's grand opening at 4901 S Bryant Ave., Building C.