DC Everest Completes Phase 1 Of Their Tech Ed. Expansion

CTech Manufacturing > DC Everest Completes Phase 1 Of Their Tech Ed. Expansion
Students, Parents, and Faculty Gather For A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony At DC Everest's Automotive Shop

CTech is very proud to reveal some very early results from the first phase of a major storage transformation project kicking off at DC Everest Senior High School. The school’s Woods, Metals, Welding, Small Engines, Innovation lab, and Automotive areas have all been optimized with superior storage solutions thanks to CTech Carts and Cabinets.

CTech believes that by optimizing space and providing high-quality equipment, teachers will be able to better engage with students in the classroom. Each space was outfitted with custom CTech storage solutions to compliment specific needs:

  • Secure Lockers
  • Mobile Workstations w/ Drawer & Cabinet Storage
  • Toolboxes
  • Roll-Up Cabinets
  • Overhead Cabinets
  • Stationary Shop Cabinets

The new DC Everest project represents another educational institution switching to more configurable, longer-lasting CTech storage solutions. Not only will CTech storage provide lasting value to the district, but it will also improve the efficiency and flexibility of the property’s space. Teachers and students alike will both appreciate a more fluid working environment that can adapt to different projects, teaching styles, and class sizes. Early sentiment from teaching professionals at DCE indicate that their new storage systems are already making a statement because of their sleek, professional appearance and quality.

This is just one of many education-industry focused projects that CTech has undertaken in recent months; joining higher-education projects at institutions such as Marquette, UW-Madison, and UW-Platteville. In fact, not far from now CTech is scheduled to install a brand new array of shop cabinets for the UW-Madison SAE teams, which is directly related to the company’s increased support of the international SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) program. To stay up-to-date with educational project developments, be sure to follow CTech Manufacturing on social media.

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Max Kittleson

Longtime SCCA member and road racer. Content developer. Knowledge gatherer. Proponent of good storage! I was born and raised around the storage industry thanks to my father; David, who started Closet Concepts LLC with his brother in the late-'80's.

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