MSU breaks ground on 500-space parking garage

MSU officials break ground on a new 500-space parking garage.

Photo by Logan Kirkland

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University officials broke ground Wednesday [Aug. 7] on a new 500-space parking garage, which will be located next to Howell Hall and across from Humphrey Coliseum. The $16 million garage was designed by Tupelo-based McCarty Architects and is being built by Amason and Associates. It is expected to be completed next summer.

Pictured, from left, is MSU Parking and Transit Services Director Jeremiah Dumas, Vice President for Campus Services Amy Tuck, President Mark E. Keenum, University Architect Tim Muzzi, Assistant Vice President for Campus Services George Davis and MSU Faculty Senate President Randy Follett.

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Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - 9:52 am