Picture : The newly constructed Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology Building
The Vice-Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University, Ing. Prof. Osei Wusu-Achaw along with his management team, recently visited the newly constructed Faculty of Creative Art and Technology Block at the Adako Jachie campus of the University to inspect the ongoing works in the building. The visit was aimed at assessing the progress of the construction of the four-storey building for the Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology (FCAT).
During the inspection, the delegation from Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) noted that the floor tiles had been completed, but some members of the management team suggested some changes to some of the offices and lecture halls. This was to ensure that the building was in line with the University's standards and would provide a conducive learning environment for students.
The Vice-Chancellor expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the works and commended the contractors for their commitment to completing the project on time. He noted that the new building would provide state-of-the-art facilities for students and faculty members in the Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology.
The construction of this new building is expected to provide much-needed space and resources for students and faculty members in the department. The University is committed to providing world-class education and facilities for its students, and the construction of this new building is a significant step towards achieving this goal.
In conclusion, the inspection tour by the Vice-Chancellor and his management team is a clear demonstration of Kumasi Technical University's commitment to providing modern and conducive learning environments for students and faculty members. The ongoing works in the newly constructed Faculty of Creative Art Block will provide state-of-the-art facilities for students and faculty members, and it is expected to enhance the overall academic and research activities of the University.