P1 awarded electrical work at new K-State residence hall

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Wefald Hall, rendering provided by Treanor Architects.

MANHATTAN, Kan. – P1 Group has been awarded the electrical work for a new residence hall and student dining hall at Kansas State University.

Wefald Hall, named in honor of former K-State president Jon Wefald, is the first new residence hall built on the main campus since 1967. It will be open for the 2016 Fall Semester.

The project includes an eight-floor, 129,000 square-foot residence hall, which will house 540 students, and a 60,000 square-foot dining center. In addition to this work, the adjacent Marlatt and Goodnow residence halls will be renovated. When the project is complete, enclosed walkways will connect the three residence halls and the dining facility.

P1 Group associates who assisted in securing this project included:

  • Jay Thiesen, Estimating Manager
  • Dolan Boxberger, Estimator
  • Alex VanLeeuwen, Estimator
  • Jeremy Huppenthal, Estimator
  • Rick Drake, Operations Manager

Crossland Construction Company, Inc., of Columbus, Kan., is the general contractor for the project. Treanor Architects, P.A., Lawrence, Kan., designed the building.