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1 Clarksville Campus The Clarksville Campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson is located off U.S. Highway 79 across from the Hemlock Semiconductor plan, just east of Interstate 24, approximately eight miles northeast of downtown Clarksville, and only 2½ miles south of the state line. This satellite campus of TCAT Dickson has been in operation since 1992, and an expansive new building opened in Fall The campus consists of three buildings which total 88,197 gross square feet. The new building has an inviting, modern appearance. During the academic year, the campus had an adjusted full-time equivalent enrollment of 126 students. Workforce Investment Area 8 K E N T U C K Y TCAT Dickson- Clarksville STEWART MONTGOMERY ROBERTSON SUMNER HOUSTON HUMPHREYS PERRY DICKSON HICKMAN CHEAT- HAM WILLIAMSON MAURY DAVIDSON RUTHER- FORD TCAT Dickson-Clarksville is within the nine-county Local Workforce Investment Area 8 WILSON Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 123

2 Regional Context The Clarksville Campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson is located in Local Workforce Investment Area 8, which includes Cheatham, Dickson, Houston, Humphreys, Montgomery, Robertson, Stewart, Sumner, and Williamson Counties. The population of this region was 711,500 as of There were 219,606 primary jobs as of Between 2010 and 2020, the region is expected to grow at nearly twice the rate of the state as a whole. This indicates a favorable climate for job growth. Worker age profiles are similar to those for the state as a whole, although the region has a slightly smaller percentage of older workers. The percentage of jobs in each income bracket closely mirrors that for the state as a whole. Educational attainment in the region is higher than the state as a whole. Compared to the statewide average, there are about 4% more residents with a high school diploma or equivalent. Approximately 5% more residents of the region have completed a bachelor s degree or higher compared to the state average. According to the U.S. Census, the following industry sectors occupy a significantly higher percentage of the regional labor pool compared to the statewide average: construction; retail trade; finance & insurance; professional, scientific, & technical services; management of companies & enterprises; and educational services. The following industry sectors occupy a significantly lower percentage of the regional labor pool compared to the statewide average: manufacturing; wholesale trade; transportation & warehousing; administration & support/waste management remediation; and public administration. The regional employment outlook by industry cluster shown on page 126 comes from the Occupational Trends in Tennessee Employment Report (OTTER) from the Tennessee Department of Labor. All data are shown for Local Workforce Investment Area 8, which includes Montgomery County. Population LWIA 8 Tennessee 2000 Population 563,788 5,689, Population 711,500 6,346, Population (projected) Annual Growth (projected) 822,447 6,894, % 0.8% Source: U.S. Census, Tennessee State Data Center Employment by Age and Salary (2011) LWIA 8 Tennessee Total Primary Jobs 219,606 2,478,765 Jobs held by those age 29 and younger Jobs held by those age 30 to 54 Jobs held by those age 55 and older Jobs with salary of $15,000 or less Jobs with salary of $15,000 to $40,000 Jobs with salary of $40,000 or higher Source: U.S. Census On The Map 25% 23% 57% 57% 18% 20% 22% 22% 40% 42% 37% 37% 2012 Educational Attainment (Age 25+) Bachelor s Degree or Higher Some College/ Associates Degree Completed High School No High School Diploma LWIA 8 Source: U.S. Census Bachelor s Degree or Higher Some College/ Associates Degree Completed High School No High School Diploma Tennessee According to this data, all industry demand clusters related to programs taught on this campus are expected to grow between 2012 and The job outlook in 124 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville

3 Employment by Industry Sector (2011) Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining, Quarrying, & Oil & Gas Extraction LWIA 8 these industry clusters takes into consideration the following factors: Growth rate in the industry cluster relative to the statewide growth rate for that industry cluster Number of annual job openings Tennessee 0.2% 0.3% 0.2% 0.1% Utilities 0.6% 0.7% Construction 5% 4.1% Manufacturing 11.3% 12.4% Wholesale Trade 3.9% 4.7% Retail Trade 14.0% 12.1% Transportation & Warehousing 2.0% 5.0% Information 1.7% 1.8% Finance & Insurance 5.5% 4.1% Real Estate & Rental & Leasing Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises Administration & Support, Waste Management & Remediation 1.2% 1.2% 6.5% 4.3% 2.2% 1.2% 5.2% 6.5% Educational Services 10.3% 9.4% Health Care & Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation Accommodation & Food Services Other Services (excluding Public Administration) 13.7% 14.3% 1.1% 1.0% 8.9% 8.7% 2.7% 2.7% Public Administration 3.7% 5.3% Source: U.S. Census On The Map Supply demand ratio (the ratio of graduates of programs in all related higher education programs to the number of job openings) The region s above average population growth, low educational attainment, and predicted growth in many job sectors are evidence of a continued demand for technical education. Based on these factors, the Business Systems Technology program is predicted to have an excellent job outlook in the region. The following programs are expected to have very good or favorable job prospects: Automotive Technology, Computer Information Technology, HVACR, Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool Technology, and Mechatronics. The Cosmetology and Practical Nursing programs are expected to have a more competitive job market, in part due to the higher number of graduates in these fields relative to the number of anticipated job openings. Some of these graduates and job openings, however, may be related to four-year programs and not affect the demand for those with certificates or the Associate s degrees into which some TCAT students articulate. Progr am Analysis The regional context above shows broader trends in the region. In order to obtain a more detailed picture of the needs of each program, the master planning team interviewed the TCAT Director and members of the Business & Industry Advisory Group. The team also surveyed key faculty. The paragraphs below summarize the results of the input received for each program. The Welding Technology, HVACR, and Machine Tool programs are offered in the evening as well as during the day. Enrollment in the Automotive Technology program is expected remain constant in the next five years. Enrollment in the Business Systems Technology is expected to increase in the near future. Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 125

4 Regional Employment Outlook by Industry Cluster ( ) Program Related Industry Demand Cluster(s) Graduates to Jobs Ratio Average Annual Growth in Jobs Job Outlook Automotive Technology Automotive Technology % C (Favorable) Business Systems Technology Computer Information Technology Business Systems Technology % A (Excellent) Web/Multimedia Management Programming % C (Favorable) Cosmetology Cosmetology % D (Competitive) Heating, Ventilation, A/C & Refrigeration Construction HVAC/R 1.2 6% C (Favorable) Industrial Maintenance* Operations and Maintenance % B (Very Good) Machine Tool Technology Precision Production Pathway 0 0.5% B (Very Good) Mechatronics Electrical, Electronic Equip. Repairers % B (Very Good) Practical Nursing Practical Nurse (LPN) % D (Competitive) Data shown is for Local Workforce Investment Area 8 Source: Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Labor Market Information Section *Information for this program is based on statewide data because regional data is not available Demand for graduates of the Computer Information Technology program is expected to increase in the near future. Enrollment in the Cosmetology program is expected to increase in the coming years due to high interest from potential students in the region. Enrollment in the HVACR program is expected to increase in the next five years, due in part to a retiring workforce. The Industrial Maintenance program is expected to increase in enrollment in the coming years, due in part to demand for skilled workers in the region. The Machine Tool Technology program is expected to increase in enrollment in the near future, due in part to increase job openings. Potential Future Progr ams Based on data from the Tennessee Department of Labor, the following industries have excellent or very good job outlooks, but there are not currently any programs at this campus that meet these industries needs: veterinary technology; pharmacy assisting; nursing assistants and home health; personal & home care; truck, bus, rail, water transportation, and heavy equipment; collision repair technology; turf grass/ nursery production; construction masonry & concrete; construction plumbing; and merchandising. Local industry leaders identified the potential for more programs in healthcare, information technology, and advanced manufacturing. Enrollment in the Mechatronics program is expected to increase in the next five years, due in part to industry demand in the region and improved marketing. Enrollment in the Practical Nursing program is expected to remain constant in the near future. This program was recently relocated to this campus from a leased location. 126 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville

5 Completion R ates by Progr am ( ) Program Enrollment Headcount Completion Count Completion Rate Statewide Average Automotive Technology* % 83% Business Systems Technology* % 80% Computer Information Technology* % 83% Cosmetology n/a n/a n/a 73% Heating, Ventilation, A/C & Refrigeration* % 84% Industrial Maintenance* % 86% Machine Tool Technology* % 88% Mechatronics % 89% Practical Nursing* % 79% Total/Average % 83% Placement R ates by Progr am ( ) Program Available for Placement Placement Count Placement Rate Statewide Average Automotive Technology* % 87% Business Systems Technology* % 76% Computer Information Technology* % 77% Cosmetology n/a n/a n/a 86% Heating, Ventilation, A/C & Refrigeration* % 85% Industrial Maintenance* % 83% Machine Tool Technology* % 89% Mechatronics % 87% Practical Nursing* % 90% Total/Average % 84% Source: Tennessee Board of Regents Central Office *Includes data from Main Campus What one word would you use to describe students first impression of the campus and facilities? What one word would you use to describe what the college could become in the future? The wordles above are based on responses to the online survey Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 127

6 Space Needs The master planning team performed a detailed space audit of the Clarksville Campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson in order to obtain the most up-to-date room inventory. Room areas and use codes were updated as needed; a list of updates was provided to the campus. Office Space Needs Net Square Feet Existing space Modeled space needs Numbers from the updated space audit, combined with adjusted FTE enrollment data provided by the Tennessee Board of Regents central office (see table on following page) and employee counts provided by the campus, served as the inputs for the space model that calculated needed space. For details regarding the model and an explanation of its methodology, see Appendix A. As shown in the chart at right, the model shows a significant surplus of administrative office space. This is likely due to the small number of administrative employees and the fact that the model does not fully account for administrative office support space such as file rooms and conference rooms. The model shows that the amount of existing faculty office space is adequate. Most faculty indicated in surveys that their existing office space was adequate. The chart at center right compares four existing types of space with modeled space needs in those categories. The open computer lab category includes space for Technology Foundations, testing, and open computer labs. The model shows that the amount of space of this type is adequate based on current enrollment. The model shows an existing surplus of food service space. This category includes student lunch rooms or lounges, vending machine areas, and the like. Meeting space includes space available for community use, staff meetings, and large gatherings of students. There is currently no space of this type, so the model shows a need. This space is important for its role in marketing to the regional community. Central service and storage space does not include storage and service space for individual programs or for offices. It includes storage for campus-wide supplies, maintenance and janitorial supplies, surplus equipment, vehicle storage, and the like. The model shows that there is currently a significant deficit of this type of space. Administrative Office Space Other Space Needs Net Square Feet Existing space Modeled space needs Open Computer Lab Space Food Service Space Meeting Space Non-Teaching Space Needs Existing Assignable Sq. Ft. Faculty Office Space Central Service/ Storage Space Additional Space Needed (Sq. Ft.) Administrative Offices 3,983-2,891 Faculty Offices 1, Open Computer Labs 1, Food Service 1, Meeting Space Central Service/Storage 0 1,890 Each space category includes related support space such as conference rooms and storage closets; negative numbers indicate a space surplus 128 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville

7 The chart on the following page shows the model s calculated needs for teaching space for each program. Teaching space is the sum of classroom and lab (also referred to as shop) space, as well as any storage or other space that directly supports teaching space. Bars that extend to the right in the chart indicate a need for more space, while bars that extend to the left show a surplus of existing space. Where the bars show both surplus and need, the amount of existing space is within the acceptable range. Because the model assumes a range of acceptable space, the darker blue bars show the minimum amount of space needed and the lighter blue bars show the maximum amount of space needed. All calculations are based on existing enrollment rather than capacity, so modeled needs would increase with enrollment. The following paragraphs summarize each program s space needs, based on the results of the model, interviews with faculty and administrators, and online survey responses. Adjusted FTE Enrollment Enrollment Automotive Technology 18 Business Systems Technology 9 Computer Information Technology 11 Cosmetology 15* HVACR 17 Industrial Maintenance 16 Machine Tool Technology 15 Mechatronics 12 Practical Nursing (LPN) 12 Total 126 Enrollment is based on total contact hour data for the academic year and assumes 1,296 contact hours per full-time equivalent student Source: Tennessee Board of Regents Central Office *Source: TCAT Dickson (this program opened late in 2013) According to the model, teaching space for the Automotive Technology program would need to expand by between approximately 1,400 and 2,500 square feet to adequately serve current enrollment. The campus confirmed the need for more space. The model also shows a need for additional teaching space for the Machine Tool Technology program (approximately 800 to 1,700 more square feet). The campus also confirmed this need. The Machine Tool program is located entirely in Building 1. The model shows that the amount of teaching space for all other programs is adequate. This was confirmed by the campus. The new facility likely accounts for this. Space in the Buildings 1 and 2 formerly occupied by the following programs was not counted for the sake of this analysis since it is no longer in use: Business Systems Technology, Computer Information Technology, HVACR, Industrial Maintenance, Machine Tool Technology, Mechatronics, and Welding Technology. New facilities mean that most programs have adequate space Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 129

8 Teaching Space Needs Surplus Need Minimum space needed Maximum space needed Automotive Technology Business Systems Technology Computer Information Technology Cosmetology HVACR Industrial Maintenance Machine Tool Mechatronics Practical Nursing (LPN) Welding Technology sq. ft. Teaching Space Needs Total Existing & Lab Space Minimum Additional Space Needed Maximum Additional Space Needed Automotive Technology 4,061 1,430 2,499 Business Systems Technology 2,802-2,347-2,256 Computer Information Technology 2,808-1,422-1,311 Cosmetology 3,854-2,004-1,704 HVACR 5,622-2, Industrial Maintenance 5,789-2,827-1,186 Machine Tool Technology 4, ,660 Mechatronics 5,790-3,417-3,043 Practical Nursing (LPN) 6,566-5,345-4,984 Welding Technology* 5,747-5,747-5,747 All numbers shown are in assignable square feet and include related support space related to each program, such as storage closets and tool rooms; negative numbers indicate a space surplus *Space is provided for this program but no enrollment was reported, so the model shows a surplus 130 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville

9 Detailed Teaching Space Needs Existing Space Additional Space Needed Existing Lab Space Minimum Additional Lab Space Needed Maximum Additional Lab Space Needed Automotive Technology ,149 1,842 2,911 Business Systems Technology * 1,806-1,351-1,260 Computer Information Technology , Cosmetology 1, ,854-1,504-1,204 HVACR ,658-1, Industrial Maintenance ,813-2, Machine Tool Technology ,527 1,032 1,944 Mechatronics ,808-2,935-2,561 Practical Nursing (LPN) 3,497-2,997 3,069-2,348-1,987 Welding Technology** ,763-4,763-4,763 All numbers shown are in assignable square feet and include related support space related to each program, such as storage closets and tool rooms; negative numbers indicate a space surplus *The model assumes that the Business Systems Technology program does not need separate classroom space **Space is provided for this program but no enrollment was reported, so the model shows a surplus Space Recommendations Nearly all programs have adequate teaching space due to the new building. The following recommendations are one potential set of solutions to provide space for programs that need it. As migrations and renovations occur, care should be taken to ensure that all faculty have adequate office space. The former Business Systems Technology lab in Building 1 should be converted to an expansion of space for the Machine Tool Technology program. Facilities & Site Needs The master planning team did not perform a comprehensive facilities assessment of this campus, and Physical Facilities Survey did not yet exist for the new building. According to parking ratio assumptions developed as part of this Master Plan, and based on the existing number of students, faculty, administrators, and staff on the Main Campus, parking is currently more than adequate on campus. The Automotive Technology program should expand to incorporate the former Welding area. Room 106 in the new building should be used for a future program. The former HVACR shop and classroom should be repurposed for a future program. Existing Buildings Building ID Building Name Year Built Use Code Gross Sq. Ft. 800 Building1-CA (/Office) 11, Building2-CA (/Office) 10, New Building (/Office) 66,224 Source: Tennessee Board of Regents Schedule D, November 2013 Note: The online Physical Facilities Survey databased has not yet been updated to show the new building Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 131

10 Existing Floor Plan: New Building Student Lounge CNA HVACR HVACR Lab Practical Nursing Lab HVACR Storage vacant vacant Practical Nursing Cosmetology vacant Ind. Maint. Ind. Maint. Storage Industrial Maintenance Lab Cosmetology Lab Mechatronics Storage Mechatronics Lab Mechatronics CIT Computer Information Technology Lab Welding Welding Technology Lab BST Business Systems Technology Lab Technology Foundations Welding Storage Floor plans were provided by the campus and may not be to scale or accurately reflect existing conditions 132 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville

11 Existing Site Plan y ighwa U.S. H 79 Building 1 Building 2 Internat ional Bo ule vard New Building Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Master Plan: Clarksville 133

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