Weekly Project Updates

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The Office of Planning, Design and Construction is pleased to share weekly project updates with the campus, the community, and beyond. While not a comprehensive list, the updates reflect our more substantial campus projects. Below are our most current updates and previous updates are available at the bottom of this page. If you would like additional details, or information regarding a project not listed below, please contact our office at 417-836-5101 or email us at DesignandConstruction@Missouristate.edu. Thank you for your interest in projects at Missouri State University.

Update for Week Ending June 14, 2019

A printable version of our Weekly Project Updates is available.

Renovation of Rooms 105 and 126, Kemper Hall

Michael Mardis, Project Manager

Electrical and mechanical rough-in will continue in rooms 105 and 126. The new electrical transformer is being installed in the basement. Concrete floor polishing in room 105 is complete. Painting will begin in the upcoming weeks.

Outdoor Amphitheater, West Plains Campus

Adam Shuler, Project Manager

Flat concrete work is nearly complete and finish grading will begin soon. Landscape and sodding will begin in the coming weeks.

Greenhouse Addition, Temple Hall

Shanon Mitchell, Project Manager

The greenhouse is complete and has been turned over for use by faculty and students.  Per faculty request, additional irrigation, grow lights, outlets, and shade controls are being priced by the contractor.

Ozarks Educational Center, Bull Shoals Field Station

Adam Shuler, Project Manager

Dirt work and excavation have been completed for the parking lot and will continue on the main building site for several weeks.

Upgrade Mechanical and Electrical Systems, Blair-Shannon House

Shanon Mitchell, Project Manager

Both computer room air conditioning units have been installed and are operating efficiently. In the server room, the holes caused by removal of existing piping and new penetrations have been sealed up.  Work will resume on the project when the transformers are delivered. The electrical shutdown is scheduled for July 27. 

Phase II Renovation, Woods House

Shanon Mitchell, Project Manager

Demolition of student room doors and frames continues and is reaching completion.  Metal framing continues in the bathrooms, with wood blocking to follow.  Drywall has been delivered and installation will begin on the second floor. Painting has begun in the stairwells. Storm piping extension is underway, and concrete will be poured at the lobby canopy once completed.  Roof drain work has begun.   

Multi-Purpose Addition, Greenwood Laboratory School

Jerry Compton, Project Manager

The contractor is beginning mobilization and the submittal process is underway. The playground is being reconfigured to make room for construction activities. Project sequencing for relocation of the chilled water lines is being planned.

Classroom Addition, McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall

Michael Mardis, Project Manager

The bid opening will be held June 18. Upon approval, pre-pier foundation exploratory work is scheduled to begin June 24. The project will be submitted to the Board of Governors Executive Committee at their July 17 meeting. 

Developer Led Residence Hall, Holland House

Bruce Colony, Project Manager

Shoring for the second of four elevated parking decks is underway, and the first pour on the second level will occur within the next week, weather dependent. Coordination meetings are being scheduled to discuss access control, door hardware, and more. 

  • Developer Led Residence Hall, Holland House

  • Renovation of 107 and 108 at Strong Hall

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