The Capital Projects and Planning Department designs and develops an aesthetically pleasing environment that is conducive to the learning process of every student. We focus on environments that support and enhance the experience of every student, faculty, alumni and guest of the university. We provide more than just bricks and mortar; ultimately, we create the environment to positively impact the life of each student.
Northeastern State University is focused on the development of several new spaces for students, residents, faculty and the general public. We invite everyone to follow the progress of several notable projects as we begin construction. Each of these is focused on the engagement of students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community alike. We are proud of our students, our rich history and our campus.
Join us in building lives.
Multipurpose Event Center
Construction of a 78,200-square foot center designed to host concerts, basketball, volleyball, conferences, lectures, performances, trade shows and other large venues. Project is located on the corner of North Street and Grand Avenue in Tahlequah, Okla., and is due south of Doc Wadley Stadium.
Construction to begin: Summer 2012
Estimated completion: Fall 2013
Cost: $14.4 million
This project is a renovation and addition to the Market Café dining hall located on the first floor of the University Center. Work includes replacing the central beverage station with two stations on the east and west walls to reduce congestion in the middle of the dining area; the addition of the two kitchen venues (Tuscan Grill and American Bistro Grill); location of the new grills on the north end of the building on the east and west walls; and addition of 92 seats by enclosing the existing north patio and another 104 seats by constructing a new exterior.
Construction Completion: Oct. 15, 2012
Cost: $1.5 million