The Hoefer Wysocki Architecture and Perkins+Will Team is excited to announce that we have been awarded the North Campus Corridor Master Plan at Kansas State University. The team will undertake developing a long-range master plan for hundreds of acres, located north of the core campus. In addition, the process will “knit” together the numerous existing plans in a comprehensive manner.
“This is a landmark effort towards implementing a major aspiration of Kansas State University to become a top Public Research University in the nation and build upon the established momentum on campus and in the Manhattan community,” said Brian Hamilton, Hoefer Wysocki’s Director of Planning and Urban Design.
The new three-story 50,000-square-foot facility will be undertaken by the Kansas State University Foundation, currently in design by Hoefer Wysocki and adjacent to the Kansas State University Institute of Commercialization and the upcoming National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, designed by Perkins+Will.