Officials with Spartanburg Community College gave a behind-the-scenes tour of the school’s new downtown campus Friday as crews worked to prepare the building for students later this month.
SCC President Henry C. Giles Jr. walked a small group through the halls of the three-story Evans Academic Center, which will house SCC, Spartanburg High School’s Viking Early College and the offices of S.C. Works Upstate.
The building, which dates to the early 1920s, has been under renovations for most of the last year, with nearly $19.4 million of work being down to restore some of the building’s historic features and update other parts into state-of-the-art classrooms.
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