This building contains the hangar and flight simulator for the NMC Aviation Program. Aviation Program offices are located in the Parsons-Stulen building (formerly "M-TEC").
Parsons-Stulen Building (formerly "M-TEC")
2600 Aero Park Drive
This facility provides and supports training in the areas of manufacturing, construction, aviation and information technology. It also is home to NMC's Bridge Program, Training & Research Services, and Energy Demonstration Center. Named after John T. Parsons and Frank L. Stulen, local innovators who created “numerical control,” the Parsons-Stulen Building contains a flexible learning environment, including a “high bay” area for construction and manufacturing, plus computer labs, an interactive television classroom, conference room, and faculty and staff offices.