For the past 11 years, Bowling Green State University has seen an uptick in major construction projects. The Wolfe Center for the Arts, the Stroh Center, Michael and Sara Kuhlin Center, the revamped Greek village and tradition buildings have all come to fruition during that span.

As BGSU's Design and Development Director Brian Swope discusses, there is a race to finish some of these projects during the summer before the majority of students get back on campus. That does not mean that each project is not well thought out, sometimes two years in advance.

With those previously mentioned projects acting as "Master Plan 1.0," BGSU now sets their sights on "Master Plan 2.0." It is mentioned by Swope that there have been discussions about including the Jerome Library in this second master plan. Design and Construction also has residence life master plan on the drawing board.

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