MSU College
of Business


Another of DAC’s most-energy friendly projects of recent years, the Jake Jabs college of business has become a focal point of MSU’s business school and the surrounding community. Throughout the four stories are offices, classrooms, and meeting spaces — both formal and informal. The building has achieved a LEED Gold certification through a series of creative structural features, including terracotta and zinc rain systems, a fritted glass glazing system to reduce solar heat gain, and a geothermal field consisting of 60,000 linear feet of underground piping.
Project Facts
Completed: May 2015
Contract: 13.9 Million
Square Feet: 55,000
Underground Geothermal Piping
EUI Rating
Glass Curtain Wall
The key attributes of the Dick Anderson team are their capabilities, work effort, and ability to manage.
Danny Kaluza — Director of Support Services
I believe we hired… the best general contractor in the entire Northwest.
Marvin Kraft — Project Manager
No project has meant so much to so many people…all was handled with the utmost professionalism and respect for the environment and the historic structure.
Glacier National Park Volunteer Associates
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The team at Dick Anderson Construction has never been stronger, and we bring our exceptional skills, experience and commitment to quality to every project. Though our talented employees come from diverse educational and technical backgrounds, they share common traits – working hard to meet or exceed client expectations, paying attention to detail, and showing integrity in all they do. That’s The DAC Way.