The Warf Math and Science Building at Volunteer State Community College has undergone a $6 million renovation and today students, faculty, staff, and donors gathered to celebrate the completion. Members of the public, construction managers, architects, and designers joined the crowd. The renovation provides more than 9000 square feet of additional space. It includes a new Mechatronics lab, two new science labs, student study areas, and more than 30 faculty offices. Pictured: the ribbon cutting. Left to right: Kim McCormick, Tennessee Board of Regents; Brad Martin, Lyle – Cook – Martin Architects; Thomas Ekman, dean of Mathematics and Science; Bill Kemp and Pam Ogden, donors; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Tomas Banda, Southland Constructors, Inc.