Infrastructure Planning and Facilities provides preventative maintenance, project management, design, and construction services for more than 190 general fund buildings on MSU's main campus. This page is dedicated to active construction projects over $1M that are in various stages of design and construction. Click on any of the projects listed (in alphabetical order) to learn more. A list of projects that were deferred due to financial uncertainty in spring 2020 is available online.
ANTHONY HALL: EXTERIOR ENVELOPE RENEWAL
Replacement of exterior roofing and downspout re-routing at Anthony Hall.
Biochemistry Building: Replace Power Service
Replacing primary electrical switch gear and substation equipment that are original to the building and have exceeded the life expectancy.
Campus Classroom Buildings – HVAC improvement measures for COVID response
Implementing Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) improvements per COVID HVAC guidelines listed by American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Chemistry: Renovation to Rooms 417, 419, 422 and 423
Renovate fourth floor lab and office space to accommodate new research program and space for Synthetic Chemistry including office space for graduate students and future post-doctoral fellows.
Demmer Engineering Center
Demmer Engineering Center will support College of Engineering student competition teams.
Duffy Daugherty Football Complex Alterations
Renovations to capture underutilized patio space, reconfigure existing space to accommodate meeting space and offices, and technology upgrades to the Demmer Family Hall of History.
Engineering Building: Replace 3 Elevators
This project involves the renovation/replacement of components of 3 elevators and Engineering
Giltner Hall – Renovations to Rooms 45-56 – Basement Aquatic Lab
Grand Rapids Innovation Park - Radiopharmacy Build-out
Construction of a donor-funded radiopharmacy for foundational research related to oncology, neuroscience, and mental health. This is a CHM lease in the Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building, adjacent to the GR Research Center.
The Multicultural Center is being planned to provide cultural education opportunities for all and produce an increase in retention and graduation rates at the university.