New Business Building
Ken Eastman, dean of the Spears School of Business, shares three of his favorite places in the new building, scheduled to be completed in 2018.
Dean Ken Eastman and Jay Cheves, project manager for OSU Long Range Facilities Planning, provide an update from the fourth floor as workers make significant progress on the new building.
Dean Ken Eastman and Jay Cheves, project manager for OSU Long Range Facilities Planning, provide an update from the construction zone as the steel begins to rise.
The #SpearsLeaveYourMark Beam Signing event is April 13. Join the Spears School for free food, music, giveaways and leave your mark on the new building!
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Outgrowing its current 50-year-old building and with offices spread across six buildings on the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater, the Spears School of Business needed a new home, so the university hired Manhattan Construction to build a $63 million, crescent-shaped structure now coming out of the ground.
“The new building will provide enough space to house us all, and more importantly, it will have educational space to better prepare our students for the future,” says Ken Eastman, Dean of the Business School. Continue Reading
Dean Ken Eastman and Jay Cheves, project manager for OSU Long Range Facilities Planning, provide an update from the construction zone as work on the basement of the new business building continues. It won’t be long before steel begins rising from the work zone.
Dean Eastman interviews Program Manager, Jay Cheves to get an inside look at what’s happening with the construction on the new business building.
There has been plenty of activity at the construction site since our last “New Building Update,” so let’s get you caught up. In September, the structure of the new building began to take shape as construction crews continued to pour concrete.