Michigan State University starts construction on $60m business pavilion

WCN Editorial Team 12 Sep 2017 NORTH AMERICA BUSINESS

Michigan State University has started construction on a $60m Business Pavilion, which is scheduled to become operational in 2019. 

The university believes that the three-storey pavilion will transform the learning experience of students while providing the Eli Broad College of Business a competitive edge compared to other business schools.

Featuring flexible classrooms, the new facility will incorporate latest technology, a glass-walled atrium and an expanded career centre to serve students, recruiters and corporate partners.

Spanning over a 100,000 sq ft area, the facility is located near the Business College Building and Eppley Center.

Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon said: “The pavilion is more than just a building. It will become a notable part of our university’s history.

“This will be where Spartans innovate, where our faculty will raise the bar in delivering cutting-edge curricula and where our culture of entrepreneurial spirit will continue to grow in the years to come.”

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