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Community invited to MSU open forum about parking plans for new engineering building

October 30, 2014 -- MSU News Service

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Members of the public and the Montana State University community are invited to an open forum to learn about parking plans related to MSU's new Norm Asbjornson Innovation Center.

The open forum is set for Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 5-7 p.m. in Reid Hall 105 on the MSU campus.

The new Norm Asbjornson Innovation Center will expand the MSU College of Engineering complex and is being made possible by a recent $50 million gift from MSU alumnus and Montana native Norm Asbjornson. The university is planning to locate the new building south of the SUB and east of the Marga Hosaeus Fitness Center, which will displace 400 parking spots. The university is looking at ways to replace those spots so there is no net loss of parking spaces.  

For more information about the open forum, contact Walt Banziger, director of MSU Campus Planning, Design and Construction, at 994-6326 or

Contact: Walt Banziger, director, Campus Planning, Design and Construction, (406) 994-6326 or