Perkins+Will-designed KSU Engineering building now under construction

The facility will consolidate instructional, research, and office space from across campus into a flexible environment. 

The new College of Engineering expansion was designed by Perkins+Will and Moment
The new College of Engineering expansion was designed by Perkins+Will and Momenta. Rendering: courtesy McCownGordon Construction
April 14, 2014

Earlier this month, McCownGordon Construction began work on the Kansas State University College of Engineering expansion.

Slated to open in fall 2015, the building, designed by Perkins+Will and Momenta, will include classrooms, laboratories, an auditorium, gathering areas for faculty and staff, and space for the college’s student design teams. The facility will consolidate instructional, research, and office space from across campus into a flexible environment. 

“The importance of projects like this in the central part of the state is a main reason McCownGordon has opened a Kansas office in Manhattan,” said Ramin Cherafat, McCownGordon’s COO. “It’s exciting to be working at a university and in a local and a statewide community strongly committed to the future.”

         
 

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