Build Your Team & Skills

Team Building Activities in Sedalia

About the
Collab Lab

Located on the State Fair Community College (SFCC) campus in Sedalia, The Collab Lab is a dedicated makerspace and fab lab equipped with precision industrial and manufacturing equipment available to community members and business professionals in the Missouri area.

Our lab is functional and adaptive for learners to grow their skills, collaborate, and problem solve.

Come engage with us!

Are you looking for a fun and engaging space to host your next meeting or team building activities in Sedalia? The Collab Lab is easily adapted to accommodate any desired layout for small- to medium-sized groups. Our ideal size group would be 8 to 16 people, with space for up to 24.

Reserve the space for guided activities with our highly trained team, or plan your own activities using our state-of-the-art precision manufacturing equipment.

What You Can Expect

  • Learning Opportunities

      Working in our makerspace allows you to learn and hone new skills within your team building activities in Sedalia.

  • Guided Experiences

      Our dedicated lab staff are able to walk you through guided activities, machine certifications and training, design-led thinking exercises, and more.

  • State-Of-The-Art Equipment

      Our lab capabilities include 3D printers, laser cutter, CNC router, and much more so that you can customize your team building activities in Sedalia.

Visit The

Collab Lab

Make a reservation for yourself, a group, or a machine to get started creating at The Collab Lab.

Make a Reservation

Built By SFCC

Voted Missouri’s #1 technical college, State Fair Community College is community-oriented and focused on fostering success for every student.

Through their partnership with the National Science Foundation, SFCC is able to bridge the gap between skilled technical workers and career opportunities in and around the Missouri area. This furthers their mission of providing relevant and responsive learning experiences that empower students and communities to prosper.