A New Home for our College

 

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Students' Video
Groundbreaking Video

On October 25, 2013 the college hosted the Ceremonial Groundbreaking of the new building. Watch the video below. 

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The architecture team

In late summer of 2013, the architecture team of Ebert/Mayo/PGAV was chosen through a national competition to build the new College of Business Administration builidng.

The Ebert Mayo Design Group is a full-service architecture and design firm based in Manhattan, Kan. They have designed numerous projects for Kansas State including the garage and renovations to the K-State Student Union, Seaton Hall, Calvin Hall, and Peters Recreation Complex. They have also designed the K-State Salina Student Life Center, the University of Kansas Student Recreation Fitness Center, and many higher education and K-12 academic buildings. Ebert Mayo developed the new College of Business Administration conceptual renderings you have previously seen, so they are very familiar with the project and our needs.

PGAV is an architecture and planning firm located in both Kansas City and St. Louis. They have designed numerous university projects, including the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, the Hunt College of Business at the University of Central Arkansas, the Helzberg School of Management at Rockhurst University, as well as the completed addition and renovation of Justin Hall at K-State.

Orazem & Scalora Engineering specializes in mechanical, electrical and plumbing design. Recent projects for Kansas State include the garage, renovations to both East and West Memorial Stadium, and the Mosier Hall Laboratory Renovation. 

A letter from our fundraising co-chairs

Welcome to our new business building webpage. We want to keep you informed and up to date during this very exciting time in the College of Business Administration.

Rendering of ClassroomAs fundraising co-chairs we want to personally thank you for your support of this campaign. The new building will serve generations of K-Staters to come; it will produce an environment and the technology that will help students be better prepared for their careers. This new building will take the college to the next level and help it become one of the premier business schools in the Midwest.

We are honored to be part of this important time in the college and look forward to the many opportunities to meet you during the campaign and in the future home of the College of Business Administration.Please come back to this page often to learn more about the new business building. This page will be used as the information hub for everything related to the new building. It will be updated through the campaign as we advance in the planning and building process.

Paul Edgerley ’78 & Terry Matlack ’78 
College of Business Administration Campaign Fundraising Co-Chairs

New Building Time Line

July, 2016
Completion
September, 2014
Construction Starts
October 25, 2013
Ceremonial Groundbreaking
Summer 2013
Architect Firm Hired
Spring 2013 
RFQ Submitted
 
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Proposed Features

  • 140,00 square feet of space
  • One 250-person lecture hall
  • Three tiered 80-person classrooms
  • Thirteen 50-person classrooms
  • Three 50-station computer labs
  • One 50-person financial research lab
  • One 20-person investment management lab
  • Innovation and study space for student group work
  • 16 2-person study rooms
  • 16 4-person study rooms
  • 16 6-person study rooms
  • Individual study spaces spread throughout the building
  • Dedicated space for student organizations and graduate assistants
  • Large atrium with seating/networking space and a coffee shop
  • Student Services office with space for 20 advisors, reception area for 20, one conference room and three staff offices
  • Dedicated space for the Entrepreneurship Center
  • Additional room for the National Strategic Selling Institute
  • 90 faculty & staff offices
  • Four department suites with conference rooms
  • Space for Executives-in-Residence and Corporate Partners