2320 Renaissance Blvd. Sturtevant, WI
Gateway’s SC Johnson iMET Center, formerly Gateway’s Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation, is undergoing an addition and remodeling that will almost double the facility’s learning space. When complete in January, 2013, it will host the region’s first flexible manufacturing lab dedicated to training the manufacturing workforce. Short-term, customized, modular and bootcamp training in CNC machining, industrial maintenance, robotics , welding and fabrication, in addition to industrial trades apprenticeship training, will be offered at the SC Johnson iMET Center.
In addition to Gateway’s Workforce and Economic Development Division-driven programing, SC Johnson iMET continues to be home campus to numerous Gateway engineering technology and construction sciences programs. SC Johnson iMET is also home to the Racine County Economic Development Corporation and Business Lending Partners.