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November 16, 2017

WSU: Top 10 capital projects

Washington State University’s top three projects reflect its far-flung presence across the state: Each is on a different campus. The top three are academic buildings, but the rest of the list is quite varied. It includes a student center, cultural center, art museum and several renovations.

The projects below are ranked by budget. All are in planning or construction, or were completed in the last year. Completion dates refer to the end of construction or beginning of occupancy. The information is from WSU Facilities Services.



1. Plant Sciences Building

This 90,000-square-foot research lab will be the fourth of six planned buildings in the Research and Educational Complex.

Budget: $66 million

Location:Pullman

Architect: LMN Architects

General contractor: Skanska USA

Completion: June 2019



2. WSU North Puget Sound at Everett

The four-story, 95,000-square-foot classroom and lab building houses the WSU Everett University Center. Read more here.

Budget: $64.6 million

Location: Everett

Architect: SRG Partnership

General contractor: Hoffman Construction Co.

Completed: May 2017



3. Tri-Cities Academic Building

A new building to serve science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs. The budget is currently on hold.

Budget: $60 million

Location: Richland

Architect/general contractor: TBD

Completion: 2021



4. The Spark

An 83,300-square-foot digital classroom building with 12 high-tech classrooms, a 250-seat learning hall and an event space.

Budget: $55 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: ZGF Architects

General contractor: Clark Construction

Completed: June 2017



5. Wilmer-Davis Hall renovation

A project to renovate an 80-year-old women’s residential complex and dining facility.

Budget: $46 million

Location: Pullman

Architect/general contractor: TBD

Completion:TBD



6. Global Animal Health phase 2

A 65,000-square-foot project to house WSU’s disease surveillance lab. The building will connect to the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, which opened in 2012.

Budget: $40 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: Perkins+Will

General contractor: Bouten Construction

Completion: June 2019



7. Troy Hall renovation

This 1920s brick building was renovated to house chemistry and environmental sciences programs. Read more here.

Budget: $32.3 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: Perkins+Will

General contractor: Lydig Construction

Completed: May 2017



8. Chinook Student Center renovation

The 88,000-square-foot space houses a restaurant, study and recreation spaces, a fitness center and an outdoor courtyard.

Budget: $32 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: GGLO

General contractor: Absher Construction

Completed: May 2017



9. Elson Floyd Cultural Center

This 16,000-square-foot cultural center has a performance space, gallery, meditation pavilion and “knowledge rooms” for learning about the state’s largest underrepresented populations.

Budget: $16 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: GGLO

General contractor: Absher Construction

Completed: July 2017



10. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The project will expand and renovate the former public safety building to house a 16,000-square-foot art museum. Read more here.

Budget: $15 million

Location: Pullman

Architect: Olson Kundig

General contractor: Hoffman Construction Co.

Opening: Spring 2018


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