Midwestern State University Builds Health Sciences Center

Published 5-28-2019
  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall
  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall
  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall
  • University - Centennial Hall
  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall

    Courtesy of Randall Scott Associates.

  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall

    Courtesy of Randall Scott Associates.

  • Midwestern State University - Centennial Hall

    Courtesy of Randall Scott Associates.

  • University - Centennial Hall

    Courtesy of Randall Scott Associates.

Midwestern State University is building the $40 million Centennial Hall in Wichita Falls, Texas. Housing the Gunn College of Health Sciences and Human Services, the four-story, 87,000-sf building will feature an 80-person round classroom, a learning stair, a collaborative student lounge, and a full-height atrium. The center will provide simulation training suites, classrooms, and teaching labs for programs in nursing, dental hygiene, radiologic sciences, respiratory care, and social work. The facility was designed by Randall Scott Associates and is being built by Sundt Construction and Trinity Hughes Construction. Work began on the project in December of 2017 and completion is expected in fall of 2019. The construction cost of the center is $29.5 million.

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