Current Projects

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 lists active capital projects valued at more than $1 million that are in various stages of design and construction. Click on any of the projects listed in alphabetical order to learn more. Contact the project's representative if you wish to offer input during the planning and design phase of a project.

Biomedical Animal Resources – Provision for Large Animal Imaging – Clinical Center

This project is anticipated to repurpose the existing imaging suite in the Clinical Center to accommodate large animal imaging.

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 Building Laboratory Upgrades

Renovations to support new wet lab and computational research.

Chemistry Building Laboratory Upgrades FRIB Radiochemistry

Communication Arts and Various Buildings- Exterior Envelope Capital Renewal FY23

Dairy Facility Renovations and Additions

Construct new Dairy Facility and renovate existing structures to expand and update critical research, outreach and teaching capacities.

Data Center Diesel Generator Installation

Installation of a new generator.

Engineering and Digital Innovation Center

Planning the construction of the new Engineering and Digital Innovation Center.

Farm Lane Bridge Reconstruction

Reconstruction of the Farm Lane bridge, a major campus north-south crossing over the Red Cedar River that also carries critical utilities.

Football Complex Renovation and Addition

The project is anticipated to include renovated and new spaces for student athletes for wellness and recovery, student activities, improved strength and conditioning, and locker rooms; operational improvements including added equipment rooms and storage space, and a new marquee entry to the south of the building.