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

MCC Downtown Center

(opening Fall 2017)





Health and Wellness Center

MCC Health and Wellness Center

MCC Health and Wellness Center
(opening January 2019)





MCC Arts and Humanities Center Rendering

MCC Arts and Humanities Center

MCC Arts and Humanities Center
(opening Winter 2018)





For more information, contact:

John Selmon, Provost and Executive Vice President
Phone: (231) 777-0265 Email:

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


Building Projects At-a-Glance through May 8, 2017

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 million 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
  • Architect: C2AE/MMA/Prein Newhof
  • Construction: Clark Construction
  • Architect: Progressive AE
  • Construction: TBD
Latest Accomplishments
Project completed on August 24, 2015
  • The revised 200/300 form has been accepted by the state and the project has been recommended for approval by the governor.
Construction Progress to date:

  • Welding Booths are completely installed
  • 80% of Final coat of paint installed on 2nd floor Area B
  • Glazing completed on 2nd Floor Area B
  • 1st and 2nd level precast is set and grouted
  • Entryway stair shaft is 90% complete
  • Steel for 2nd Floor Area A has begun
  • Bathroom group is 95% complete in Basement Area B
  • Steel Reinforcement is complete for columns in Area A Basement
  • Ramp steel is 60% complete
  • Concrete Flooring has been poured back in Basement Area A
  • Masonry walls are 75% complete in Basement Area B
  • Fire brick pad has been poured in the Foundry
  • The RFP committee interviewed the Constructions Managers who submitted responses and has made a recommendation to the board to be considered at their May meeting.
Next Steps
Health and Wellness Center

  • Continuing with design development for the DMTB 400 Level submission once the governor approves the project
Projected Construction for the next Month:

  • Exterior restoration is to begin next week
  • Concrete topping on 1st and 2nd floor precast section will be poured next week
  • MEP rough in will begin on 1st and 2nd floor
  • 2nd Floor Area A steel will be constructed along with pouring the floor
  • MEP rough in will begin in Area A once floor is poured
  • Equipment will begin to move into building mid-May
  • Epoxy flooring will be installed on 2nd floor Area B
  • Curtain wall #1 and exterior doors will be installed
  • Complete Cost estimate and validate budget
  • Complete Construction documents Fall 2017
Remaining Timeline
Health and Wellness Center

  • Fall 2017: Anticipated construction start for the new Health and Wellness Center
  • January 2019: Complete new Health and Wellness Center
  • Anticipate partial Fall of 2017 project completed and handed over to owner. The “old” Chronicle section should be ready for a fall class start, including welding and CAD, but the “new” Chronicle and former Temple should be complete in November for a January 2018 start to classes,etc.
  • Winter 2018: Renovation completed.