MCC Master Plan Construction Update

Supported by the taxpayers of Muskegon County


MCC Science Center

MCC Science Center

MCC Science Center
(opened Fall 2015)





Downtown Center rendering (updated October 2016)MCC Downtown Center
(opening Fall 2017)





MCC Health and Wellness Center

MCC Health and Wellness Center

MCC Health and Wellness Center
(opening Summer 2018)





For more information, contact:

John Selmon, Vice President for Student Services and Administration
Phone: (231) 777-0265 Email:

Gerald Nyland, Director of Physical Plant
Phone: (231) 777-0315  Email:


Building Projects At-a-Glance through Oct. 7, 2016

Science Center –
$9.6 million
Health and Wellness Center & Lakeshore Fitness Center – $14.1 million Downtown Center -$14.27 million Arts and Humanities Center – $9 million
  • $4.6 million – State of Michigan DTMB
  • $4.6 million – millage
  • $400,000 – MCC
  • $6.1 million – millage
  • $5.6 million – Capital Outlay
  • $2.4 million- will seek bond


  • $7.2 million – millage
  • $7.07 million – donations, grants (including $2.51 EDA Grant) etc.

$4.1 million MEDC Equipment Only Grant in addition to construction budget

  • $6.1 million – millage
  • $2.9 million -fundraising
  • Architect: Kingscott/BMA
  • Construction: Clark Construction
  • Architect:The Collaborative
  • Construction: Clark Construction
  • Managed Services Firm: Power Wellness
  • Architect: C2AE/MMA/Prein Newhof
  • Construction: Clark Construction
  • Architect: Progressive AE
  • Construction: TBD
Latest Accomplishments
 Project completed on August 24, 2015 Health and Wellness Center

  • Removed several acres of trees to begin to test soil
  • Added Student Government Association member to the meeting schedule
  • Received permission on July 13, 2016 from the State of Michigan Budget Office to proceed with the preliminary planning activities for the Health and Wellness Center project on campus.
Construction Progress to Date:

  • 2nd area “B” rough in overhead work is 75%
  • 1st and 2nd floor demolition area “B” is 90% complete
  • Exterior restoration is 5% complete
  • Removal of exterior limestone panels is complete
  • Steel reinforcing area “B” is 80% complete
  • Metal stude framing area “B” 2nd floor is 90% complete
  • CMU walls area “B” 2nd floor is 60% complete
  • Door frames for area “B” is 75% complete
  • Demolition for the basement is 15% complete
  • Masonic Temple demolition is 30% complete
  • Roof area demolition is complete
  • Metal stud framing for roofing parapet wall is completed
  • Removal of old store front is complete and temp wall is installed
  • Added PTK student group to the meeting schedule
  • Reviewed design principles, budget, and set meeting schedule with Arts and Humanities Committee on Sept. 9, 2016
Next Steps
Health and Wellness Center

  • Complete schematic design work by November 1, 2016 (includes simulation lab, given new Capital Outlay Grant approval) for the DMTB
  • Seek approval for the DMTB to move forward with construction plans for the project by February 1, 2017
  • Continue developing new academic and athletic programs for the Health and Wellness Center
Projected Construction for the Next Month:

  • Complete 2nd area “B” rough in overhead work
  • Complete basement and 1st floor demolition area “B”
  • Continue exterior restoration
  • Start and complete area “B” roofing
  • Demolition of exterior wall on Clay Avenue
  • Complete steel reinforcing area “B”
  • Complete metal stud framing and CMU walls area “B” 2nd floor
  • Complete rough-in MEP Fire Protection 2nd and 1st floor area “B”
  • delivery of all door frames
  • Start floor prep on area “B” 2nd floor and floor infills
  • Present schematic design by Oct. 21, 2016
Remaining Timeline
Health and Wellness Center

  • Late Spring 2017: Anticipated construction start for the new Health and Wellness Center
  • Summer 2018: Complete new Health and Wellness Center
  • Anticipate Fall of 2017 project completed and handed over to owner. College may have to consider a later move-in date than start of classes due to the length of EDA reviews.
  • Winter 2018: Renovation completed.