Biological Safety Level-3 Research Laboratory
Through its ongoing academic and capital planning efforts, the University has identified a need for additional Biological Safety Level-3 (BSL-3) research laboratory capacity.
Business College Complex – Eppley Center – student support, capital renewal and building envelope
Replacement of HVAC and other building support systems, first and second floor renovations and replacement of the building envelope.
Campus water system filtration plant and storage tower
The project involves construction of a 2 million gallon elevated storage tank that is 150 feet tall. Also included is a 11,500 gross square foot water treatment plant which will include water treatment processes such as chlorination and fluoridation (in addition to iron removal), which are currently done at the reservoir.
City of East Lansing Infrastructure Restructure
This is a project of the City of East Lansing, and is presented here as a courtesy.
Cowles House - Addition 3 and Site Renovations
The project includes renovations to the facility to improve functionality and accessibility.
Duffy Daugherty Football Complex Alterations
The NCAA has increased the number of coaches a football program may have on staff, spurring interest in adding more space, as well as refreshing existing amenities. In addition, the technology in the Demmer Family Hall of History, located on the first floor of the Skandalaris Football Center, is somewhat out of date and would benefit from an update.
Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion
The Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion will provide new teaching and learning spaces to support an innovative business education curriculum. Modernized facilities will foster an integrated academic ecosystem using technology and collaborative spaces to train future business leaders.
Food Science Fruit and Vegetable Laboratory Renovation
The renovated laboratory and associated support space will provide a modern teaching, learning, and research space that will keep pace with the changing demands of the food processing industry and provide the capacity to train the next generation of food processing employees.
FRIB Cryogenic Assembly Building
This addition is necessary for cryogenic device research including development, assembly, testing and repair of FRIB beam line magnets and superconducting radio-frequency cryomodules.
FRIB High Rigidity Spectrometer (HRS) and Isotope Harvesting Experimental Vault
This addition will house research equipment beyond the original FRIB scope and bolster MSU’s nuclear-science research program by expanding FRIB’s discovery potential and enabling isotope harvesting.