BUSINESS NEEDS INNOVATIVE STORIES.

We built four of them.

INTRODUCINGCAPITOL FEDERAL HALL

Quote from Dean Neeli Bendapudi Quote from Dean Neeli Bendapudi

Business has a new destination.
And it’s on Naismith Drive.

It’s official. Capitol Federal Hall has opened its doors. This 166,500 square-foot building will serve as a destination point for students who are determined to move business forward. From state-of-the-art technology to research labs, this will be a hub for collaboration and innovation.

 

Square Feet
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Classrooms
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Seat Auditorium
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Collaborative Spaces
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Quote from Assoicate Dean Jim Guthrie Quote from Assoicate Dean Jim Guthrie

Innovation likethis takes time.

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Dean Neeli with alumni

Aug 1, 2011

Neeli Bendapudi, who earned her doctorate in marketing at KU in 1994, begins her appointment as the Dean and H.D. Price Professor of Business at the School of Business.
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Capitol Federal Foundation lead gift

Oct 4, 2012

The Capitol Federal Foundation of Topeka, Kansas, announces its $20 million lead gift toward construction of a new School of Business at the University of Kansas. To date, it was the single largest gift made by the Capitol Federal Foundation.
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Additional support from alumni

Dec 17, 2012

The University of Kansas School of Business announces $13 million in additional support from alumni...
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Groundbreaking ceremony

Oct 18, 2013

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback joins alumni, donors and community members at a groundbreaking ceremony for Capitol Federal Hall at the Lied Center.
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McCarthy contribution

Jan 23, 2014

Alumni Kent and Missy McCarthy announce a $1.25 million contribution to Capitol Federal Hall’s construction.
Building design finalized

Apr 1, 2014

Nine months after the initial vision session, Capitol Federal Hall’s architecture team finalizes the building’s design.
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Crews break ground

May 1, 2014

After completing the relocation of the tennis courts, crews officially break ground at the construction site.
Tower crane erected

Nov 1, 2014

The tower crane is erected at the construction site.
BKD combined gift

Jan 6, 2015

Alumni who are partners and employees at BKD, one of the largest CPA firms in the nation, announce a combined gift of more than $300,000 toward Capitol Federal Hall’s construction.
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Topping off ceremony

May 13, 2015

Major donors gather for a champagne toast during Capitol Federal Hall’s “topping off” ceremony...
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South tower and atrim enclosed

Oct 9, 2015

South tower and atrium are enclosed.
Construction officially ends

Apr 4, 2016

Construction of Capitol Federal Hall officially ends.

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