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Kansas State University contracted with Horst, Terrill & Karst Architects to provide programming and master planning services for relocating the Department of Grain Science & Industry from their existing quarters to a new campus. Working closely with staff and personnel, a 15.8 acre campus was proposed in a five-phase program to accommodate budgeting.
The Grain Science & Industry Department is inherent to the history of KSU. Starting in 1905, the program has grown to house 20 full time faculty and about 260 graduate and undergraduate students. The mission of the department is to become a center of excellence in all aspects of grain processing, handling, storage, quality and utilization. As Professor Emeritus Arlin Ward likes to say, ”It’s pretty hard to buy a cereal product that hasn’t been touched by a Kansas State Wildcat!”
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas State University
Master: 15.8 acres; Conf. Center: 19,735 GSF
Conference Center: $3,100,000
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