Oklahoma State University Breaks Ground on New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

Published 5-5-2021
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall
  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

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  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

  • Oklahoma State University - New Frontiers Agricultural Hall

    Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

Oklahoma State University broke ground in April of 2021 on the $100 million New Frontiers Agricultural Hall in Stillwater. Designed by PGAV Architects and Studio Architecture, the collaborative building will feature leading-edge environments for experiential learning including interactive classrooms and teaching labs that can serve multiple disciplines. Neighborhoods of highly adaptable research labs will strategically collocate investigators to promote innovation and discovery, and a multilevel atrium will provide a variety of inviting venues for interaction and study. Accommodating the Ferguson College of Agriculture, the structure will house flexible lecture halls, the Student Success Center, computer labs, faculty and administrative offices, the home of Oklahoma 4-H, and space for student organizations and exhibitions. Flintco is the general contractor for the project, which is slated for occupancy in fall of 2023.

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