Project to provide an arena addition with toilets, code and safety upgrades to arena and cottage, and minor maintenance upgrades to hangar building
Project will develop technologically enhanced classrooms throughout campus that are designed with built-in multimedia and presentation capabilities to deliver a better student learning experience.
Project involves a complete renovation of Old Gym Hall to accommodate the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ creative arts programs including general art, graphic design, and landscape design. The building will also include space for general instruction.
To provide adequate facilities for the various trade groups (including Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Masonry, Engineering, Dorm Maintenance, Vehicle Repair, Movers, Grounds, Garbage, Capital Construction Crew, and Custodial) and their equipment a medium level renovation is anticipated for the Mackey Services Complex including upgrades to the office areas, warehouse, workshops, and garages.
The project involves the renovation and expansion of Curtis-Mott to support Agricultural Engineering. The proposed expansion will include departmental support, high-bay class lab space, equipment storage, and a case-method classroom.
This project proposes to potentially reinvent Alumni Hall as the Campus “Information & Technology Commons”. By relocating the Center for Academic Support and Excellence [CASE], the Writing Center, open computer lab space, and faculty & student technology development space a hub for academic resources and technology support will be created.
Project will provide meters to all of the academic facilities on campus to monitor electrical, natural gas, and water consumption.
This project proposes to replace all of the remaining 5kV high voltage electrical distribution on campus with 13.8kV for consistency of service.
A feasibility study is underway to determine the viability of renovating Bouck Hall as a Student & Community Center.