Asset Collection for Knowledge Management

MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities (IPF) is implementing an Asset Collection for Knowledge Management initiative in a continuing effort to deliver services and facilities that help Spartans change the world.

Bogue Street protected bike paths -- pilot project

MSU and East Lansing will convert one southbound lane of Bogue Street beginning this Thursday into a two-way protected bicycle and electric scooter path as a pilot project to study whether pedestrian and bicyclist safety is improved.

Get to know IPF: Brent Weber

At work, Brent Weber, an IPF electrician of seven years, is all about saving energy. But after hours, he’s all about consuming energy — running, biking and swimming his way through triathlon competitions.

Engineering society honors Grand Rapids Research Center project for teamwork and innovation

MSU, design firms Ellenzweig and the SmithGroup and the contractor, a joint venture of Clark Construction and Rockford Construction, recently took home the 2019 Construction and Design Award from the Engineering Society of Detroit for the new Grand Rapids Research Center.

IPF carpenters turn old desks into big savings

Through the ingenuity of IPF carpenters, and the generosity of the Surplus Store, the university realized a savings of over $25,000 from the salvage of old desk components.

Safety’s no “bull” at the MSU Safety Rodeo

Almost 140 attendees enjoyed demonstrations of various safety equipment, displays by several vendors of safety gear and educational sessions regarding personal and occupational safety.

Get to know IPF: Trhile Brown

As a coach both on and off the field, Trhile Brown knows what it’s like to be an effective leader.

IPF helps MSU host another successful Odyssey of the Mind

Over 900 teams flooded the campus to participate, which required advance preparation and maintenance work from various IPF departments. The event brought about 16,000 people to East Lansing, with 8,000 staying on campus.

Facilities Focus - July 2019 - Volume 3

Volume three of the Facilities Focus e-newsletter

Red Cedar River Clean-up July 13