The Town of Plainfield is moving forward with construction on a 100,000-square-foot higher education center. MADE@Plainfield will provide training and degree programs for adults of all ages to support job and career success.
The facility will be built just north of Plainfield High School on Reeves Road.
MADE@Plainfield is a partnership between the town of Plainfield, Plainfield Community School Corp., Vincennes University, Ivy Tech Community College, WorkOne Indy, Hendricks College Network and most recently, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
The space will include classrooms and laboratories, as well as offices for career and workforce development agencies.
“I am proud of the hard work our steering committee has done to bring this project to reality,” said Town of Plainfield Town Council President Robin Brandgard. “After many months of planning, the pieces are coming together for us to offer an incredible and impactful economic and educational benefit and regional draw to this community.”
Construction is slated to begin in March, with a ground breaking ceremony planned for April.