Kent State Master Plan provides $1.2B worth of projects
Ohio– Students and staff at Kent State University were given a glimpse into the new University Master Plan. The 10-year plan is divided into three phases to ensure projects are completed on time and is estimated to cost $1.2 billion. The master plan includes a $72 million plan for a new College of Business Administration Building that the university intends to develop through a public-private partnership.
The university will host a design competition open to the public in April, where four design firms will present ideas for the building. This will be narrowed down to two firms, and Kent State officials involved in the Master Plan process hope to make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees in May. Updates on the plan are available here.