David Bitton, Stillwater News Press
Craig Spencer, director of energy services at Oklahoma State University who will be leading tours of the Central Plant Friday afternoon, talks about the chilled water production capabilities of the new plant Wednesday, April 25, 2018. (David Bitton/Stillwater News Press)
Oklahoma State University’s new 73,000-square-foot Central Plant is open for tours this Friday.
The facility, located at Washington Street and Scott Avenue a block north of Hall of Fame Avenue, is having an open house noon-5:30 p.m. with tours starting every 30 minutes.
Parking is available in the Monroe Street garage next to the Central Plant or in the eastern half of the parking lot directly east of the plant.
The $83.8 million plant financed through state bonds operates as a central HVAC system of sorts for buildings on campus.