Sesquicentennial Hall

Planning Begins for Sesquicentennial Hall

The Wisconsin legislature and Governor Walker approved funding for Sesquicentennial Hall, a new engineering building, as part of the 2017-19 Wisconsin State budget process. This happy result provide the college and the campus with an incredible opportunity to build the educational infrastructure needed to best serve students, families, and industry in the State, Tri-State area now and in the future. A college-wide building committee has been formed, chaired by Assistant Dean Philip Parker.

Space utilization and building planning is underway, with the architectural and engineering firm selection occurring in February, 2018. Stay tuned for opportunities to provide input during the planning process for the new building through open forums and other activities.

College of EMS Planning Committee Member List:

Philip J Parker, Assistant Dean for New Initiatives and Committee Chair
Douglas W Stephens, Senior Campus Planner

Lily Chang
Soma Chattopadhyay
Christina J Curras
Paul Dorsey
Jaclyn Esqueda
Harold Evensen
Jessica Fick
Kristina Fields
Jeff Hoerning
Mazen Hussein
Qiong Li
Michael Momot
Andrew Pawl
Amr A El Ragaby
Edoardo Rubino
Phil J Sealy

Planning and Construction Timeline for Sesquicentennial Hall:

  • Advertisement went out – 12/20/17
  • Short list of A/E firms selected – 1/18/18
  • Select A/E firm – 2/15/18
  • Program Verification – April 2018
  • 35% Design – January 2019
  • 100% Design – June 2019
  • Construction begins – November 2019 (tentative)
  • Occupancy – December 2021 (tentative)

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