June 12, 2010 — Plans have been finalized to dedicate the new building on the campus of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) on Friday, Nov. 5, 2010. An announcement was made earlier that the dedication would take place in August; however, after reviewing travel schedules and budgets, it was determined that a change to the November date would be necessary.
Building of the 15,000 square foot facility began on Oct. 5th, 2009. In April 2010, the NBCE Board of Directors voted to name the new facility the Horace C. Elliott Center, after NBCE’s Executive Vice President, Horace C. Elliott.
The new conference facility will primarily be used for test committee meetings and exam production and other meeting functions; it will contain state of the art meeting, sound and teleconferencing technology. It will also contain a business center for guests to check e-mail, print boarding passes and complete other tasks as needed. The building will be mostly utilized by the NBCE for its many test committee meetings, for secure storage and additional future offices.
The NBCE is hoping for a good turnout at the Nov. 5 dedication and is therefore asking you to mark this date on your calendar.
Source: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, www.nbce.org