Columbia Basin College’s new Social Sciences and World Languages Center adds classrooms and labs for more than 400 students.
The new building features a two stories with a daylight basement, 20 classrooms, a large lecture hall and forensic, computer, human development and language labs.
The 65,000-square-foot building just off Saraceno Way on the north side of the Pasco campus cost $14.5 million to build.
The center opened Jan. 3.
The fiscal impact on the community for the construction is $8.6 million, according to CBC.
The general contractor was Chervenell Construction of Kennewick. MMEC Architecture of Kennewick designed the building.