Projects

Physical Plant Services is constantly evaluating needed changes as the University grows. Projects are always underway through careful management of University funds.


These projects include: new construction and renovations, repairs, servicing, mechanical and building upgrades, infrastructure, signage, energy conservation, as well as landscaping and grounds maintenance.

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Campus Facilities

C1

Covelle Hall
Seating has been replaced along with new carpet, paint, and lighting. Upstairs north lobby has been renovated as well.


C2

Student Union Cafeteria
The serving and dining area of the Student Union is undergoing a major transformation causing some temporary inconvenience but will result in expanded menu options, consistency of product, and an enjoyable atmosphere for students and employees.

More Info about Student Union cafeteria renovation


C3

Completed Fall 2013
Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center
A first of its kind, the 23,920 square foot training center, is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, machinery and tools so students are ready to work in the natural gas industry right after graduation.

More Info about Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center


C4

Completed Summer 2013
Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning was unveiled as an enabling resource for OSUIT faculty during its grand opening on Tuesday, June 11, 2013.

More Info about Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning

Campus Infrastructure & Vehicular/Pedestrian Traffic

S1

Completed Fall 2013
Portion of Miller Drive Shut Down
Beginning the weekend after Thanksgiving, a portion of Wayne Miller Drive near the Tech Tower will be closed in order to remove an underground fuel tank.

More Info about Miller Drive construction

Residential Halls

R1

Completed Summer 2013
Wilson Commons Pavers Project
With the completion of the Wilson Commons pavers project, students can now enjoy beauty and functionality in the area between the Miller-Kamm North and South residence halls.

More Info about Wilson Commons pavers project