Deficient buildings would require renovations and maintenance across campus, totalling $841 million.
Scaffolding around the Jesse Hall dome went up last spring to repair aspects affected by water damage.
Since the landscape service department of Campus Facilities handles botanic garden damages and snow removal, winter storms have a large effect on the staff.
A $100 million multi-phase plan was proposed to renovate or replace outdated research buildings.
Assistant Director of Campus Facilities Matthew Maher: “The new program will hopefully raise awareness about what can be recycled.”
The curators also discussed MU campus developments and tuition and fee increases.
Gov. Jay Nixon has put a hold on all four 50-50 fund match capital projects approved by the legislature last year after tax revenue fell short of estimates.
Water services will be restored by 9 p.m.
Only “situationally critical” employees are required to report to work.
The decision over the building’s use reflects larger student housing problems.
Renovations for McKee, Waters and Mumford could take a while to begin as the state legislature debates funding.
MU still has three buildings that have ranked 0.5 or higher on the Facilities Conditions Needs Index.
The three options for decommissioning Pickard Hall range from $10.2 million to $13.3 million.
Burden hopes to bring groups on campus together and focus on university-wide sustainability issues.
Maintenance projects include repairs to a broken water main outside McDavid Hall.
MU Campus Facilities received an increase in funding for snowstorm response.
The 46-year-old residence hall is closing next semester to undergo major reconstruction.
An influx of bikers has made for crowded bike racks this academic year.
The Subway inside Pershing Hall will close temporarily as well.
Cuts will total about $100,000 for Campus Facilities.