Construction Zone: Update on Construction Projects at Kent State

Across Kent State's eight campuses, major facility and infrastructure improvement projects are being administered by the Office of the University Architect, including:

With completion forecast for spring 2007, the replacement project for Stopher and Johnson halls continues to be under construction.  Photo by Bob Christy
With completion scheduled for spring 2007, the replacement project for Stopher and Johnson halls is still under construction. Photo by Bob Christy
Projects under construction:
Beall Hall Roof Replacement
Bowman Hall Chilled Water Plant
Cunningham Hall Laboratory 311 Renovation
DeWeese Steam System Extension
Electrical Distribution Improvements
Field Hockey Facility
Franklin Hall Rehabilitation
Ice Arena Lobby Flooring Replacement
Kent Hall Addition and Renovation
Library Electrical Distribution Upgrade
Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams’ Golf Course Driving Range
Satterfield Hall Renovations to 311 and 313
Stark Campus Strip Road Signage
Stopher and Johnson Residence Halls Replacement and Honors College
Student Center Additions and Renovations
Student Center Chilled Water System Expansion
The PORTAGE: Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge

Project advertised for construction bids:
Sept. 19: Bowman Hall Office Renovations

Projects currently under design:
Ashtabula Campus Health Science Building
Ice Arena Boiler Replacement
Library Generator Replacement
MAC Center Portico Roof
Men's and Women's Golf Teams' Golf Course Training Facility
Salem Campus Building Additions and Expansions
Trumbull Campus Theatre Stage Rigging
Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center

Design firm recently selected for:
Oscar Ritchie Hall Rehabilitation

Detailed descriptions of each project can be found on the Office of the University Architect’s Web site. For the latest updates on roadway and walkway closings due to construction, visit the Construction Detours Web site.

Please contact Jacqueline Mest in the Office of the University Architect by calling 330-672-7992 for additional project information.

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