Middle Tennessee State University Breaks Ground on School of Concrete and Construction Management

Published 4-14-2021
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management
  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

  • Middle Tennessee State University - School of Concrete and Construction Management

    Courtesy of MTSU & Orcutt Winslow.

Middle Tennessee State University broke ground in April of 2021 on the $40.1 million School of Concrete and Construction Management in Murfreesboro. Designed by Orcutt Winslow, the 54,000-sf building will feature sophisticated labs and classrooms for the school's innovative programs in concrete industry management and construction management. The facility will also provide faculty and staff offices as well as an open-air work yard for experiential learning. The project team includes Hoar Construction, structural engineer Arup, civil engineer Barge Cauthen & Associates, MEP engineer I.C. Thomasson Associates, HERA Laboratory Planners, and Arpeggio Acoustic Consulting. Occupancy is slated for fall of 2022. 

Additionally, Middle Tennessee State University is planning to construct the $54.9 million, 90,000-sf Applied Engineering Building on an adjacent site. Completion is expected in 2024. 

Related Organizations
Orcutt Winslow
Architect
Arup
Structural Engineer
Barge Cauthen & Associates
Civil Engineer
I.C. Thomasson Associates, Inc.
MEP Engineer
HERA Laboratory Planners
Laboratory Planner
Arpeggio Acoustic Consulting
Audiovisual & Acoustical Consultant