The John Massey Center has officially relocated to the southeast corner of the OCCC campus from its previous location near Interstate-44 and SW 119.
The move-in began Monday, March 26, after the Board of Regents voted accept the new building, said JB Messer, director of Facilities Management at the college. As soon as the employees were in the building, it was officially up and running.
Construction of the new location began over a year and a half ago, Messer said. The move will be entirely completed by Friday night, March 30, at the latest.
The John Massey Center is a building used for administrative services such as finance, payroll, purchasing, human resources, and planning research.
In its former location the John Massey Center was used for all of those functions, along with classes for corporate professional development for businesses in the Oklahoma City metro area and aviation classes for OCCC’s partner school, Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant. Corporate development and aviation classes have been relocated to other rooms on campus.
In its new campus location, the Massey Center contains nothing but OCCC offices, plus two classrooms for staff development, Messer said.
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