Wichita State University selects developer, contractors and architect for new housing
01/15/2013 5:01 AM
01/15/2013 5:29 AM
WICHITA — Wichita State University is one step closer to new campus housing, which is a goal president John Bardo established not long after his arrival last year.
Spokesman Joe Kleinsasser confirms that Memphis-based EdR has been chosen as the developer for new 700-bed campus housing.
Farha Construction, in partnership with Dondlinger and Sons Construction, is the contractor, and Howard & Helmer Architecture is the architect.
Kleinsasser says the final contracts aren't signed.
"It's a matter of ironing out details,” he says.
Look for more information soon.
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