Health and Wellness Complex Project

Muskingum University Health and Wellness Complex Project

Introducing the Muskingum University Health and Wellness Complex

Muskingum’s Health and Wellness Complex (HWC) will be a 100,000 square foot facility positioned in the heart of campus that will offer an upgraded stadium, a modern indoor fieldhouse, and a state-of-the-art diagnostics center. The HWC will connect academic programming, athletics, student life, and community partnerships.
 
The University is currently fundraising $30 million for the project, which is the largest campaign in the school’s history. Groundbreaking is slated for Spring 2020, with an anticipated opening of 2022.
 
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front shot of the new HWC showing the bleachers and the existing football field

susan hasseler headshot

"We have the opportunity to transform the student experience, expand our impact, and move the university into a new era."

-Dr. Susan S. Hasseler
President, Muskingum University

A PLACE FOR EVERY MUSKIE

The complex will serve every student with dedicated space for academics, fitness, recreation, and athletics.  In addition, we will be able to impact the health needs of the region through partnerships with health care providers.

a rendering of the new HWC showing its location and the close proximity of student housingPictured: The HWC centrally located in the heart of campus

Levels of the HWCPictured: A closer look at each HWC level 

Field Level: Home turf will host collegiate and high school competition in football, lacrosse, and outdoor track & field.
Concourse Level: Includes spectator stands, restrooms, and a concession area.
Wellness Level: Anchored by the indoor turf field and the surrounding track. The corridor along the wellness level will overlook the field and be home to state-of-the-art health and wellness spaces.
Classroom Level: Offers three multi-purpose classrooms, and a conference room, which will double as media and VIP spaces on game days.

 

A PLACE WHERE STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY CONNECT

The complex will increase space for our rapidly growing health sciences, athletics communication, and sport administration programs. It will also feature a fitness center that will overlook the indoor track and outdoor field.

Fitness activity levelPictured: Advanced fitness facilities equipped to support total student well-being. The Fitness Center will allow students to integrate workouts with track and field use.

 

A PLACE WHERE ATHLETES DEVELOP TO THEIR FULL POTENTIAL

The HWC will serve collegiate and high school competition in football, soccer, lacrosse, and track & field. The complex will also provide exceptional training and performance facilities for all student-athletes on campus.

Rendering showing the view from the top inside level of the new HWCPictured: Indoor track, turf field, multi-purpose classroom, and seating area.

 

Rendering of the Health Diagnostics section of the new HWCPictured: Wellness Diagnostic Center, clinical space for student learning, health care partnerships, and community health.

 

A PLACE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL

The main entrance to the HWC is at road level and will be fully accessible to persons of all abilities.

side view of the new HWC showing off the new entrance and street layout including bus parking Pictured: The updated, accessible entrance to the HWC. The Memorial residence hall is located directly behind the fieldhouse.

 

Rendering showing the location of the new HWC in proximity to the football fieldPictured: The HWC fieldhouse, football stands, Sherman turf field, Johnson Family track, accessible entrance and updated road.

 

A PLACE CUSTOM BUILT FOR OUR CAMPUS

The HWC will be built into the existing campus terrain.before and after with rendering

Pictured: Before and After showing the HWC built into the hill.

The HWC will allow entry and exit from both sides of the complex, as well as preserve existing views from Memorial Hall.

back entrance of the HWC featuring accesible entrances and showing the proximity to Memorial Hall 

Pictured: The view from the back, north side, of the fieldhouse featuring Memorial Hall.

rendering showing the pathway between the new HWC and Memorial Hall, that will connect with the bridge over the ravine that leads to the Walter K Chess CenterPictured: The path between the fieldhouse and Memorial Hall that leads to the Walter K. Chess Center.

birds eye view rendering of the new HWC 

Pictured: A bird's eye view of the HWC, showing the location, proximity to Memorial Hall, pathway to the Chess Center and updated parking and roads leading to the entrance.

 

 

 

 

 

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