Bowling Green State University
Master Plan - Bowling Green Campus
Approved: June 25, 2010
As BGSU approaches completion of the largest building program in the institution’s history, including two new residence halls (Centennial Hall and Falcon Heights), two new dining centers (the Oaks and Carillon Place), the Stroh Center, the Wolfe Center, a new Central Chiller Plant, and many other smaller projects, the University now wishes to proceed with an ambitious initiative to re-develop the academic core of campus.
The University is proposing to enter into the first phase of professional services including contracts for project planning and programming for Moseley, University, Hanna and South Halls (the Traditions Buildings), the design and construction of a new building for the College of Business Administration, renovation of the current College of Business Administration building for other academic uses, and numerous classroom remediation/modernization, enabling, site improvements, and demolition projects.