|The K-State Student Union issued a request for proposal from qualified restaurant bidders for six restaurants to occupy the newly renovated Union. The Union is moving to a new dining services operating model that will replace its current food court with six separate restaurants. These restaurants will replace the Union's current contract-managed dining program.|
Sauder Furniture Company mobile showroom came to campus to provide students, faculty and staff the opportunity to view multiple pieces from the company's education furniture line and provide input for the upcoming renovation.
|Workshop Architects, inc. and Bowman Bowman Novick Inc. returned to campus to host discussion, committee meetings and work sessions to finalize information for the schematic drawings. This included a public presentation to K-State students at the Union Expo and Activities Carnival. Turner Construction Company joined the Your Union renovation team to provide construction manager at-risk services for the project. View the schematic drawings here.|
|Workshop Architects, Inc. and Bowman Bowman Novick Inc. began planning phases on campus with round table discussions, focus group activities, committee meetings and student involvement sessions.|
|Partner firms of Workshop Architects, Inc. and Bowman Bowman Novick Inc. were selected to design the final plans for the K-State Student Union renovation.|
|Workshop Architects, Inc. hosted an open meeting to present initial renovation floor plans and concepts of the project collected from feedback received during focus groups, interviews, surveys and tours. View the full program report here.|
|Workshop Architects, Inc. were selected to develop a comprehensive architectural building program, conceptual design and phasing and sequencing recommendations for the K-State Student Union renovation.|
|The Kansas State University student body voted on and approved the $25 million referendum to renovate the K-State Student Union. 3,351 votes were cast with 74.9% in favor of renovating the Union.|