Wichita, Kan. — EdR selected as developer partner. Construction of the new five-story residence hall at Wichita State University will start soon after Memorial Day.
Wichita, Kan. — Wichita State University is building a new residence hall for about 770 students. A new 400-seat dining hall will be attached to the residence hall. The project will cost about $60 million and will be paid for by revenue bonds. Housing revenues will be used over a period of time to repay the bonds. The residence hall will be complete by fall 2014 for, primarily, first-year students.
EdR was selected as the development partner. The lead design architect is Page Southerland Page, which is working with local architects Howard and Helmer and MKEC Engineers. Dondlinger and Sons Construction and Farha Construction are the construction team under EdR.