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Buildings are one of the most asked about features of the University. The buildings listed below are organized under their current name, with historic names noted. Dates of completion, major renovations, additions and expansions will be listed, if known. Buildings which no longer exist will remain on the list with their date of destruction. Many buildings are named after individuals, these individuals are identified and the dates of dedication are listed, if known. Additional information can be obtained by visiting the University Archives.

Building-Alphabetical

Ackert Hall (see also Chalmers Hall)

1970 Completed
1970 Named for Dr. James E. Ackert (Prof., Zoology, 1913-1950; Dean, Graduate School, 1931-1945)
2002 Chalmers Hall addition completed
2003 Named for John Chalmers (Vice-President, Academic Affairs, 1969-1980)
2002 Terry C. Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research dedicated (housed in Chalmers Hall)
2002 Named for Terry C. Johnson (Director, Cancer Research Center, 1980-2002)

Aero Center (K-State Salina)

1990 Completed

Ahearn Fieldhouse

1951 Completed
1951 Named for Michael F. Ahearn (Athletic Director, 1920-1947)

Ahlborn, Margaret, Cottage (see Home Management Houses)

All-Faiths Memorial Chapel

1956 Completed

Anderson Hall (formerly Practical Agriculture building; aka Main College building)

1879 North wing
1882 Center
1884 South wing
1902 Named for John A. Anderson (University President, 1873-1879)

Art Building (formerly Dairy Hall; Chemical Engineering building)

1904 Completed
1949 Addition
1985 Renovation
1994 Razed for Hale Library expansion (Stone used in construction of K-State Gardens)

Auditorium

1904 Completed
1965 Burned [Jan 15]

Beach Art Museum

1996 Completed
1996 Named for Marianna Kistler Beach (Class of 1941)

Beck Dairy Barn (formerly Dairy Barn)

1933 Completed
2001 Named for Glenn H. Beck (Dean & Vice-President for Agriculture, 1962-1973) [Oct 05]

Beef Cattle Research Center

1969 Completed

Bluemont Central College Building

1859 Completed
1883 Razed

Bluemont Hall

1981 Completed
1982 Named for Bluemont Central College [Mar 27]

Boyd Hall (formerly Northwest Hall; part of Strong Complex)

1951 Completed
1961 Named for Mamie Alexander Boyd (Class of 1902) [Jan 14]

Bramlage Coliseum

1988 Completed
1988 Named for Fred Bramlage (Class of 1935)

Brandeberry Indoor Complex

1980 Full infield for baseball team
1982 Super turf floor installed
1993 Practice space for the football team
1995 Outdoor practice football field completed
Named for Norman Brandeberry (Class of 1955; Board of Regents, 1983-1988)

Burt Hall (formerly Veterinary Science Hall)

1923 Completed
1946 Burned [Feb 19]
1958 Named for Dr. James H. Burt (Head, Anatomy, 1919-1946)

Bushnell Hall (formerly Small Animal Research Building)

1949 Completed
1951 Named for Dr. Leland David Bushnell (Head, Bacteriology, 1912-1947)

Call Hall

1963 Completed
1964 Named for Leland Everett Call (Dean, Agriculture, 1925-1946) [Mar 07]

Calvin Hall

1908 Completed
1925 Named for Henrietta Willard Calvin (Class of 1886; Prof., Domestic Science, 1903-1908)
2002 New west entrance dedicated [Dec 11]

Campus Creek Complex

1948 Ellen Richards Lodge opened (Home Management House)
1948 Named for Ellen Richards (Founder, Home Economics Association)
1949 Margaret Ahlborn Cottage opened (Home Management House)
1949 Named for Margaret Ahlborn (Asst. Dean, Home Economics, 1929-1937)
1949 Ula M. Dow Cottage (Home Management House)
1949 Named for Ula M. Dow (Head, Domestic Science)
1994 Galichia Institute for Gerontology and Family Studies
1994 Named for Joseph and Kathryn Boxberger Galichia [Nov 16]

Cardwell Hall (formerly Physical Science Building)

1963 Completed
1967 Named for Dr. Alvin Boyd Cardwell (Head, Physics, 1937-1953, 1957-1967)

Chalmers Hall (see also Ackert Hall)

2002 Completed
2003 Named for John Chalmers (Vice-President, Academic Affairs, 1969-1980) [Oct 24]
2002 Terry C. Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research dedicated (housed in Chalmers Hall)
2002 Named for Terry C. Johnson (Director, Cancer Research Center, 1980-2002)

Chandler Institute for Child and Family Studies (see also Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center)

2001 Completed
2001 Named for C. Q. and Georgia Chandler [Oct 05]

Chemistry/Biochemistry

1988 Completed

Christian Track

1973 Completed
Named for Dr. R. V. Christian (Class of 1911)

Civil Engineering Testing Lab (K-State Salina)

1996 Completed

Coles Hall (part of Veterinary Medicine Complex)

1972 Completed
2000 Named for Dr. Embert H. Coles, Jr. (Head, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 1954-1993) [Jun 04]

College Center (K-State Salina)

1995 Completed

Composite Avionics (K-State Salina)

1996 Completed

Conservatory

1907 Completed

Danforth Memorial Chapel

1949 Meditation Chapel completed
Named for Mr. and Mrs. William H. Danforth (Founder, Ralston Purina)
1956 Auditorium addition
Memorial to those who died in World War II

Davenport Building (formerly Housing Maintenance Shop)

1966 Completed
1987 Named for Lloyd W. Davenport (Housing maintenance, 1948-1984) [Mar 10]

Denison Hall, Old (formerly Physical Science building)

1902 Completed
1913 Named for Joseph Denison (University President, 1863-1873)
1934 Burned [Aug 03]

Denison Hall

1960 Completed
1960 Named for Joseph Denison (University President, 1863-1873) [Oct 28]
2004 Scheduled for demolition

Derby Complex (formerly Derby Food Center)

Residence complex comprised of Derby Food Center, Ford, Haymaker, Moore, and West Halls)
1965 Derby Food Center Completed
1967 Named for Grace Derby (Librarian, 1911-1951) [Oct 07]
1962 West Hall Completed
1962 Named for Bessie Brooks West (Head, Institutional Management, 1928-1956) [Oct 27]
1965 Moore Hall Completed
1967 Named for Dr. Helen Moore (Dean of Women, 1940-1957) [Oct 07]
1967 Ford Hall Completed
1967 Named for Kenney L. Ford (Alumni Association Secretary, 1928-1961) [Oct 07]
1967 Haymaker Hall Completed
1967 Named for Herbert Henley Haymaker (Class of 1915; Prof., Botany, 1917-1963) [Oct 07]

Dickens Hall (formerly Horticulture Hall)

1907 Completed
1931 Named for Albert Dickens (Head, Horticulture, 1901-1930)

Dole Hall (formerly Kansas Regents Educational Communications Center)

1991 Completed
1990 Named for Bob Dole (Kansas senator, 1969-1996) [Aug 24]

Dow, Ula, Cottage (see Home Management Houses)

Durland Hall

1976 Phase I (Durland Hall) Completed
1976 Named for Merrill A. Durland (Class of 1918; Dean, Engineering, 1949-1961) [Apr 09]
1983 Phase II (Rathbone Hall) Completed
1997 Named for Donald E. Rathbone (Dean, Engineering, 1973-1997) [Oct 24]
2000 Phase III (Fiedler Hall) Completed
2000 Named for George Fiedler (Class of 1926, 1934; KSU Engineering Hall of Fame) [Sep 09]

Dykstra Hall

1955 Completed
1955 Named for Dr. Ralph R. Dykstra (Dean, Veterinary Medicine, 1919-1948) [Jun 02]

Edwards Hall (formerly Athletic Dorm)

1967 Completed
1977 Named for A. Thronton Edwards (Class of 1941, 1946; Director of Housing, 1946-1973)

Eisenhower Hall

1952 Completed
1955 Named for Milton S. Eisenhower (University President, 1943-1950) [May 10]

Engineering Shops (see Seaton Court)

Environmental Research Lab

1963 Completed

Facilities Ground Storage

1995 Completed

Facilities Shops

1993 Completed

Fairchild Hall (formerly Library and Science Hall)

1894 Completed
1902 Named for George T. Fairchild (University President, 1879-1897)
1903 Second floor and Northwest addition

Farm Machinery Hall (formerly Armory)

1873 Completed
1963 Razed

Farrell Library (see Hale Library)

1927 Completed
1955 Stacks addition
1955 Named for Francis D. Farrell (University President, 1925-1943)
1970 Addition
1997 Expansion and renovation; Renamed Hale Library
1997 Named for H. D. "Joe" and Joyce Hale [Oct 05]
Original 1927 building retains the historic name Farrell Library

Feed Technology Building

1956 Completed

Fiedler Hall (see Durland Hall)

2000 Completed
2000 Named for George Fiedler (Class of 1925, 1934) [Sep 09]

Ford Hall (part of Derby Complex)

1967 Completed
1967 Named for Kenney L. Ford (Alumni Association Secretary, 1928-1961) [Oct 07]

Forestry Complex (aka Extension Forestry Complex)

1968 Completed
1989 Headquarters building named Gallaher Forestry Building
1989 Named for Harold Gallaher (Class of 1959; State Forester and Head, Forestry, 1956-1981) [Oct 20]

Foundation Center (formerly Farm Bureau Building; aka KSU Foundation Center)

1991 Purchased
1995 Tower renamed Loub Tower
1995 Named for Arthur F. Loub (Foundation President, 1979-1994)

Frith Community Center (see Jardine Terrace Apartment Complex)

Galichia Institute for Gerontology and Family Studies (see Campus Creek Complex)

1994 Completed
1994 Named for Joseph and Kathryn Boxberger Galichia (alumni) [Nov 16]

Gallaher Forestry Building (see Forestry Complex)

Goodnow Hall (part of Kramer Complex)

1960 Completed
1965 Named for Isaac T. Goodnow (founder of Bluemont Central College) [Apr 24]

Grain Marketing Research Center

1970 Completed

Hale Library (see also Farrell Library)

1997 Farrell Library expansion and renovation; Renamed Hale Library
1997 Named for H. D. "Joe" and Joyce Hale [Oct 05]
Original 1927 building retains the historic name Farrell Library

Harbin Hall (K-State Salina)

1997 Completed
Named for Bill and Jo Harbin of Salina

Haymaker Hall (part of Derby Complex)

1967 Completed
1967 Named for Herbert Henley Haymaker (Class of 1915; Prof., Botany, 1917-1963) [Oct 07]

Hazardous Waste Storage

1987 Completed

Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center (aka Stone House)

1925 Purchased by the College
1977 Hoeflin Stone House opened
2001 Addition and renovation completed
2001 Renovation renamed Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center
2001 Named for Ruth Hoeflin (Dean, Human Ecology, 1975-1983) [Oct 05]
2001 Addition named Chandler Institute for Child and Family Studies
2001 Named for C. Q. and Georgia Chandler [Oct 05]

Holton Hall (formerly Agriculture Building, Education Hall)

1900 Completed
1950 Named for Prof. Edwin Lee Holton (Head, Education, 1913-1946)
1989 Renovated; Rededicated [Sep 21]

Holtz Hall (formerly Chemical Laboratory, Womens' Gymnasium, Mathmatics Hall)

1876 Completed
1900 Burned
1904 Renovated
1963 Named for Dr. Adrian Augustus Holtz (Men's advisor, 1920-1947) [Nov 16]
1983 Renovated

Home Management Houses (Part of Campus Creek Complex)

1948 Ellen Richards Lodge
1948 Named for Ellen Richards (Founder, American Home Economics Association)
1949 Margaret Ahlborn Cottage
1949 Named for Margaret Ahlborn (Asst. Dean, Home Economics, 1929-1937)
1949 Ula M. Dow Cottage
1949 Named for Ula M. Dow (Head, Domestic Science)

Illustrations Hall (formerly Horticulture Hall)

1876 Completed
1920 Renovated
1959 Razed [Feb]

Intermural Fields Building

1996 Completed

International Student Center

1977 Completed
1999 Expansion

Jardine Terrace Apartment Complex

1957 Completed
1957 Named for William M. Jardine (University President, 1918-1925) [Nov 02]
1959 Additional 264 apartments completed
1963 Additional 120 apartments completed
1966 Tornado damage
1992 Frith Community Center completed
1992 Named for Thomas J. Frith (Director of Housing, 1974-1990) [Apr 11]

Justin Hall

1960 Completed
1960 Named for Margaret M. Justin (Class of 1909; Dean, Home Economics, 1923-1954) [Sep 29]
1985 Rededicated [Sep 28]

KSU Stadium

1968 Completed [Sep 21]
1991 New Astroturf laid; Field named Wagner Field
1991 Named for Dave and Carol Wagner family of Dodge City, KS
1993 Indoor Practice Facility
1993 Dev Nelson Press Box completed
1993 Named for DeVere "Dev" Vincent Nelson (Class of 1949; Voice of the Wildcats, 1954-1979) [Sep 03]
1996 JumboTron and new scoreboards added to the Stadium
1999 Expansion

K-State Garden Maintenance

1995 Completed

K-State Student Union (formerly K-State Union)

1956 K-State Union completed
1962 Addition
1970 Addition
1996 Storage building
1997 Renamed K-State Student Union
2000 Renovation completed

Kedzie Hall (formerly Domestic Science Hall)

1898 Completed
1902 Named for Nellie (Sawyer) Kedzie Jones (Class of 1876; Head, Home Economics, 1882-1897)
1960 Addition

King Hall (formerly Chemistry building)

1966 Completed
Named for Herbert Hiram King (Class of 1915; Head, Chemistry, 1918-1948)

Kramer Complex (formerly Kramer Food Center)

Residence complex comprised of Kramer Food Center, Goodnow, and Marlatt Halls)
1960 Kramer Food Center Completed
1965 Named for Martha M. Kramer (Asst. Dean, Home Economics, 1945-1960) [Apr 24]
1960 Goodnow Hall Completed
1965 Named for Isaac T. Goodnow (founder, Bluemont Central College) [Apr 24]
1964 Marlatt Hall Completed
1965 Named for Washington Marlatt (Principal, Bluemont Central College, 1860-1863) [Apr 24]

Lafene Health Center

1960 Completed
Named for Dr. Benjamin W. Lafene, M.D. (Director, Student Health, 1948-1961)

Leasure Hall (formerly Veterinary Hall)

1908 Completed
1969 Named for Dr. Eldon E. Leasure (Class of 1923; Dean, Veterinary Medicine, 1948-1964)

Marlatt Hall (part of Kramer Complex)

1964 Completed
1965 Named for Washington Marlatt (Principal of Bluemont Central College, 1860-1863) [Apr 24]

McCain Auditorium

1970 Completed
1975 Named for James A. McCain (University President, 1950-1975)

Memorial Stadium

1923 West Wing
1924 East Wing
Memorial to honor those who died in WWI

Merrill Hall (part of Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center)

1994 Completed
1994 Named for E. F. Merrill [Oct 14]

Military Science Building

1943 Completed

Moore Hall (part of Derby Complex)

1965 Completed
1967 Named for Dr. Helen Moore (Dean of Women, 1940-1957) [Oct 07]

Mosier Hall (part of Veterinary Medicine Complex)

1978 Completed
1999 Named for Dr. Jacob E. Mosier (Class of 1945, 1948; Prof. and Head, Surgery and Medicine, 1945-1992) [Apr 23]

Natatorium

1973 Completed

National Gas Machinery Lab

1999 Completed

Nichols Hall (formerly Nichols Gymnasium)

1911 Completed
1968 Burned [Dec 13]
1985 Rebuilt
1909 Named for Ernest R. Nichols (University President, 1899-1909)

Nuclear Reactor Unit

1962 Completed

Peters Recreation Complex

1980 Completed
1995 Addition
1995 Named for Chester E. Peters (Class of 1947, 1950; Dean and Vice-President of Students, 1962-1985)

Pittman Building

1967 Completed
1967 Named for Martha S. Pittman (Head, Food Economics and Nutrition, 1923-1946) [Oct 07]

Power Plant

1928 Completed

President's House

1923 Completed
1998 Expansion and renovation

Putnam Hall (formerly Southeast Hall; part of Strong Complex)

1953 Completed
1961 Named for Dr. Irene Putnam, M.D.

Rathbone Hall (see Durland Hall)

1983 Durland Phase II (Rathbone Hall) Completed
1997 Named for Donald E. Rathbone (Dean, Engineering, 1973-1997) [Oct 24]

Residence Hall (K-State Salina)

1994 Completed

Richards, Ellen, Lodge (see Home Management Houses)

Seaton Court (formerly Engineering Shops)

1875 Engineering Shops Completed
1891 Machine Shop Added
1900 Extensive Additions
1905 Addition to Wood Shop
1918 Expanded
1977 Remodeled and renamed Seaton Court

Seaton Hall (formerly mechanics hall, mechanical engineering hall, mechanics arts bldg, engineering bldg)

1908 South wing completed
1911 East wing completed
1921 Center & West wing completed
1953 West wing expansion
1955 Named for Dr. Roy A. Seaton (Class of 1904; Dean, Engineering and Architecture, 1920-1949)
1959 North wing completed
2000 East wing renovation
2002 West wing renovation named (Lee Wing) for Robert V. and Mildred E. Lee

Shellenberger Hall (formerly Milling Technology)

1960 Completed
Named for John A. Shellenburger (Class of 1931; Head, Milling, 1945-1970)
1983 Third floor addition

Smith Scholarship House

1957 Opened
1957 Named for Maitland E. Smith (brother of donor Dr. Irene Putnam)

Smurthwaite Scholarship House

1961 Completed
1961 Named for Georgiana Hope Smurthwaite (Home Demonstration Leader, 1937-1955) [Oct 18]

Stone House (see Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center)

Strong Complex

Residence complex comprised of Boyd, Putnam, and Van Zile Halls
1978 Named for Mabel B. Strong
1990 Renovated with ground level corridors connecting Putnam and Boyd to Van Zile
1990 Rededicated [Nov 02]

Thompson Hall

1922 Completed
1925 Named for Dr. Helen Bishop Thompson (Class of 1903; Dean, Home Economics, 1918-1923)

Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center (formerly Throckmorton Hall)

1981 Completed
1981 Named for Ray Iams Throckmorton (Class of 1922; Dean, Agriculture, 1946-1952) [Oct 31]
1994 Renamed Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center [Oct 14]
1994 East and West additions completed
1994 West addition named (Merrill Hall) for E. F. Merrill [Oct 14]

Tointon Family Stadium (formerly KSU Baseball Stadium)

1961 Frank Myers Field completed
1961 Named for Frank L. Myers (Class of 1925; Asst. Athletic Dir., 1926-1948; Dir., Intermural Sports, 1948-1962)
1985 Lights added
2002 Tointon Family Stadium renovation completed
2002 Named for Betty Brammell Tointon (Class of 1955) and Bob Tointon (Class of 1955)

Trotter Hall (part of Veterinary Medicine Complex)

1973 Completed
1986 Named for Dr. Donald M. Trotter (Class of 1946, 1957; Dean, Veterinary Medicine, 1971-1984) [Jan 31]

Umberger Hall (formerly Extension building)

1956 Completed
1955 Named for Harry John Charles Umberger (Class of 1905; Dean, Extension, 1919-1947) [Nov 01]

Van Zile Hall (part of Strong Complex)

1926 Completed
1926 Named for Mary Pierce Van Zile (Class of 1929; Dean of Women, 1908-1940)
1984 Closed for extensive renovation
1990 Reopened and rededicated [Nov 02]

Vanier Sports Complex

1972 Offices/dressing room complex
1987 Addition to the office/dressing room complex
1992 Renovation and expansion
1992 Named for the Jack and Donna Vanier family of Brookville, KS
1996 Academic Learning Center added

Veterinary Medicine Complex

1972 Coles Hall (medical sciences)
2000 Named for Dr. Embert H. Coles (Head, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine) [Jun 04]
1973 Trotter Hall (teaching)
1986 Named for Dr. Donald M. Trotter (Dean, Veterinary Medicine, 1971-1984) [Jan 31]
1978 Mosier Hall (clinical sciences)
1999 Named for Dr. Jacob E. Mosier (Prof and Head, Surgury and Medicine, 1945-1992) [Apr 23]

Ward Hall

1962 North
1972 South
1972 Named for Dr. Henry T. Ward (Head, Chemical Engineering, 1948-1960) [Nov 04]

Waters Hall (formerly Agricultural building)

1913 East Wing Completed
1919 Named for Henry Jackson Waters (University President, 1909-1917) 1923 West Wing Completed
1952 Center Completed
1957 Fire in East wing [Aug 25]
1964 Remodeled West wing

Weber Hall

1957 Completed
1964 Named for Arthur D. Weber (Head, Animal Science and Industry, 1944-1952; Dean, Agriculture, 1952-1961) [May 02]
1987 Addition and renovation

West Hall (part of Derby Complex)

1962 Completed
1962 Named for Bessie Brooks West (Head, Institutional Management, 1928-1956) [Oct 27]

Willard Hall

1939 Completed
1939 Named for Dr. Julius T. Willard (Class of 1883; Vice President, 1918-1935; University Historian, 1936-1950)
1965 Extensively remodeled

Wind Erosion Lab

1963 Completed
1967 Expansion



Building-Chronological

  • 1859 Bluemont Central College Building (Razed, 1883)
  • 1873 Farm Machinery Hall (Razed, 1963)
  • 1875 Engineering Shops
  • 1876 Illustrations Hall (Razed, 1913?)
  • 1876 Holtz Hall
  • 1879 Anderson Hall - North Wing
  • 1882 Anderson Hall - Central portion
  • 1884 Anderson Hall - South Wing
  • 1891 Engineering Shops - Machine shop added
  • 1894 Fairchild Hall
  • 1898 Kedzie Hall
  • 1900 Holton Hall
  • 1900 Holtz Hall burned
  • 1900 Engineering Shops - Extensive additions
  • 1902 Denison Hall, Old (Burned, 1934)
  • 1903 Fairchild Hall - Second floor and Northwest addition
  • 1904 Art Building (Razed, 1994)
  • 1904 Auditorium (Burned, 1965)
  • 1904 Holtz Hall renovated
  • 1905 Engineering Shops - Addition to wood shop
  • 1907 Dickens Hall
  • 1907 Conservatory
  • 1908 Leasure Hall
  • 1908 Calvin Hall
  • 1908 Seaton Hall - South
  • 1911 Nichols Gym
  • 1911 Seaton Hall - East Wing
  • 1913 Waters Hall - East Wing
  • 1918 Engineering Shops - Expanded
  • 1921 Seaton Hall - Center & West Wing
  • 1922 Thompson Hall
  • 1923 Memorial Stadium - West Wing
  • 1923 Waters Hall - West Wing
  • 1923 President's House
  • 1923 Burt Hall
  • 1924 Memorial Stadium - East Wing
  • 1925 Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center - purchased
  • 1926 Van Zile Hall
  • 1927 Farrell Library
  • 1928 Power Plant
  • 1933 Beck Dairy Barn
  • 1939 Willard Hall
  • 1943 Military Science Building
  • 1948 Home Management Houses - Ellen Richards Lodge
  • 1949 Home Management Houses - Margaret Ahlborn/Ula Dow Cottage
  • 1949 Art Building, Addition (Razed, 1994)
  • 1949 Bushnell Hall
  • 1949 Danforth Chapel
  • 1951 Boyd Hall
  • 1951 Ahearn Fieldhouse
  • 1952 Eisenhower Hall
  • 1952 Waters Hall - Center
  • 1953 Seaton Hall - West Wing Expansion
  • 1953 Putnam Hall
  • 1955 Dykstra Hall
  • 1955 Hale Library - Stacks addition
  • 1956 All-Faiths Memorial Chapel
  • 1956 Umberger Hall
  • 1956 Feed Technology Building
  • 1956 K-State Student Union
  • 1957 Weber Hall
  • 1957 Jardine Terrace
  • 1959 Jardine Terrace - Addition
  • 1959 Seaton Hall - North Wing
  • 1960 Lafene Health Center
  • 1960 Kramer Food Center
  • 1960 Kedzie Hall - Addition
  • 1960 Justin Hall
  • 1960 Denison Hall
  • 1960 Goodnow Hall
  • 1960 Shellenberger Hall
  • 1961 Myers Baseball Field (Tointon Family Stadium)
  • 1962 K-State Student Union - Addition
  • 1962 West Hall
  • 1962 Ward Hall-North
  • 1962 Nuclear Reactor Unit
  • 1963 Environmental Research Lab
  • 1963 Cardwell Hall
  • 1963 Call Hall
  • 1963 Jardine Terrace - Addition
  • 1963 Wind Erosion Lab
  • 1964 Marlatt Hall
  • 1965 Moore Hall
  • 1965 Derby Food Center
  • 1966 Jardine Terrace - Tornado damage
  • 1966 King Hall
  • 1966 Davenport Building
  • 1967 Edwards Hall
  • 1967 Haymaker Hall
  • 1967 Ford Hall
  • 1967 Pittman Building
  • 1968 Forestry Building
  • 1968 KSU Stadium
  • 1968 Nichols Gym - Burned
  • 1969 Beef Cattle Research Center
  • 1970 McCain Auditorium
  • 1970 Ackert Hall
  • 1970 Grain Marketing Research Center
  • 1970 Hale Library - Addition
  • 1970 K-State Student Union - Addition
  • 1972 Coles Hall (Veterinary Medicine Complex)
  • 1972 Vanier Sports Complex - Offices added
  • 1972 Ward Hall - South
  • 1973 Natatorium
  • 1973 Trotter Hall (Veterinary Medicine Complex)
  • 1973 Christian Track
  • 1976 Durland Hall
  • 1977 Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center - opened
  • 1977 International Student Center
  • 1978 Mosier Hall (Veterinary Medicine Complex)
  • 1980 Brandeberry Indoor Complex
  • 1980 Peters Recreation Complex
  • 1981 Bluemont Hall
  • 1981 Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center
  • 1983 Holtz Hall - Renovation
  • 1983 Rathbone Hall
  • 1984 Van Zile Hall - Closed
  • 1985 Myers Baseball Field at Tointon Family Stadium - Lights added
  • 1985 Art Building - Renovation (Razed, 1994)
  • 1985 Nichols Hall - Rebuilt
  • 1987 Vanier Football Complex - Addition
  • 1987 Weber Hall - Addition
  • 1987 Hazardous Waste Storage
  • 1988 Chemistry/Biochemistry
  • 1988 Bramlage Coliseum
  • 1990 Strong Complex - Renovation
  • 1990 Van Zile Hall - Renovation
  • 1990 Aero Center at (K-State Salina)
  • 1991 Dole Hall
  • 1991 Foundation Center - Purchased
  • 1991 KSU Stadium - Wagner Field
  • 1992 Jardine Terrace - Frith Community Center
  • 1992 Vanier Complex - Renovation
  • 1993 KSU Stadium - Indoor Practice Facility
  • 1993 KSU Stadium - Dev Nelson Press Box
  • 1993 Facilities Shops
  • 1994 Art Building - Razed
  • 1994 Residence Hall (K-State Salina)
  • 1994 Merrill Hall (Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center)
  • 1994 Galechia Institute for Gerontology and Family Studies
  • 1995 Facilities Ground Storage
  • 1995 K-State Garden Maintenance
  • 1995 College Center (K-State Salina)
  • 1995 Peters Recreation Complex - Addition
  • 1995 Football Indoor Practice Field
  • 1996 Composite Avionics (K-State Salina)
  • 1996 Beach Art Museum
  • 1996 Intramural Fields Building
  • 1996 Vanier Football Complex - Academic Learning Center added
  • 1996 K-State Student Union - Storage Building
  • 1996 Civil Engineering Testing Lab (K-State Salina)
  • 1997 Hale Library - Expansion and Renovation
  • 1997 Harbin Hall (K-State Salina)
  • 1998 President's House - Expansion and Renovation
  • 1999 International Student Center - Expansion
  • 1999 KSU Stadium - Expansion
  • 1999 National Gas Machinery Lab
  • 2000 Fielder Hall
  • 2000 K-State Student Union - Renovation
  • 2001 Chandler Institute for Child and Family Studies
  • 2001 Hoeflin Early Childhood Education Center - Addition and Renovation
  • 2002 Calvin Hall - New west entrance
  • 2002 Ackert Hall - Expansion and Renovation
  • 2002 Chalmers Hall
  • 2002 Seaton Hall - West Wing - Renovation
  • 2002 Tointon Family Stadium - Renovation




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