Contact: Fran Brolley at - 815.224.0466

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Campaign Donors

Capital Campaign
Major Gifts

$1 million – Miller Group Charitable Trust,November 2011
$200,000 CTC appropriation made possible by Mautino
$100,000 -  Bill and Dian Taylor March 2012
$99,000 – USDA Rural Business Enterprise June2012
$25,000 -  IVCC Employee ContributionsJanuary 2012
$9,529 Miscellaneous Contributions
$300,000 – MAG IAS
Total - $2.1 million of $2.1 million goal.
Thank you donors!

CTC Press Releases

Financial Plus pushes IVCC campaign over goal
$200,000 CTC appropriation made possible by Mautino
IVCC opens Peter Miler Community Technology Center
State OKs $23 million in CTC funding
CTC funding released
Governor announces CTC funding
IVCC announces $2.1 million campaign for CTC technology
Miller Charitable Trust makes $1 million gift to CTC campaign
IVCC breaks ground on $30.5 million CTC project
IVCC Employees donate $25,000 to CTC campaign
William and Dian Taylor Student Development Commons to honor Winnetka couple’s $100,000 Community Technology Center pledge
Barnes’ donate $1,000 to CTC campaign
$99,000 USDA grant to fund wind equipment
Manufacturing grant funds mechatronics purchase
IVCC partners with manufacturing giants to enhance CTC technology


Peter Miller Community Technology Center Photos and Updates
Peter Miller Community Technology Center Overview
Peter Miller Community Technology Center Groundbreaking
Community Technology Center Capital Campaign
Geothermal Field
Storm Water Detention Pond
Interior Sketches as of February 2012
CTC Prospectus (PDF)


Ottawa Center Overview
Natural Science Lab Overview
Physical Science Lab Overview
Truck Driver Training Building and Skills Path Overview


Construction Projects
Interior Sketches as of February 2012

use this detention pond

Storm Water Detention Pond

 In a report prepared by Midwest Testing Services and McCleary Engineering, it was noted that the detention pond on the east campus was eroding but by correcting poor drainage practices and providing proper erosion control the slope of the north ravine could continue to perform well. This information was used by Chamlin & Associates, the civil engineers for the CTC, when planning storm water runoff.

The drainage area consists of approximately 30 acres of asphalt roadways and parking lots, aggregate and grassed areas, and several buildings. The CTC will add to the impervious area within the drainage area and increase the peak storm water runoff rate from the drainage area. In order to mitigate the additional impervious areas created by construction, the dry bottom detention pond is being modified to become a “storm water management area” or a “wetland.” The volume of the storm water management area will be significantly increased in order to decrease discharge rates and will include a permanent water surface with a water depth of between two and four feet. Wetland vegetation will be added to the area for water quality benefits.