ARDMORE, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma State University/A&M Board of Regents has selected an architect to design a new residence hall on the Stillwater campus.
The regents meeting Friday in Ardmore chose KSQ Architects of Tulsa to design the up to 900 bed residence hall on the northwest side of campus. The building will replace Kerr-Drummond Hall — which is to be demolished.
Regents also selected an architect and construction manager for a new academic building on the OSU-Tulsa campus and a construction manager for the renovation of the Math Learning Success Center in the Edmon Low Library on the Stillwater campus.
An engineering consultant and construction manager were also chosen to design and build a new track facility as part of the Athletic Village project on the Stillwater campus.
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