Project: Ray & Fay Whitney Applied
Technology Center, Syracuse, New York (1999)
Owner: Onondaga County/Edward Kocian
Contract Amount: $14,000,000
Building Size: 200,000 sq ft
Architect: Mitchell Giurgola
Engineer: Stopen Engineers
References: Edward Kocian 315-435-3516
John Sodja 315-472-7806

Murnane was awarded the contract to construct the massive Ralph and Fay Whitney Applied Technology Center on the Campus of Onondaga Community College.

The complex blend of construction materials and high technology made the Applied Technology Center a difficult construction challenge.

The facility was heralded by community leaders as a giant step towards developing a hightly skilled and trained workforce that Central New York desperately needs to attract technology and manufacturing companies to the area.

The facility has received wide praise from the community, architectural associations, trade groups as well as the students and faculty of OCC who use the building every day.

“The OCC academic population will benefit from the versatility of this building and its outstanding quality of workmanship evident throughout.”
— Dr. Neal Raisman, President OCC