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Mississippi State University Campus Design Guidelines…

Mississippi State University The purpose of developing these campus design guidelines is so that the historical section of the campus be maintained and enhanced. The university would like for their historical buildings and grounds to be enriched. There is a certain district that has many pre-1930 buildings; this is why applications for work must be approved by the Campus Planning and Development Committee. Therefore any building projects such as paving
or landscaping within the historic grounds district of the campus must adhere to the guidelines set out, which we will now discuss.

Materials

The board has approved a range of materials that are to be used in this district of campus. They include materials for use on exteriors of buildings and other structures. Brick may be used on buildings dated before 1930, but they must use the common red brick or the same color as the existing building. It is also necessary that the mortar and joint design reflect that of the already existing historic buildings.

Stone is another approved material for this district of campus. The preferred color is that of Limestone. The texture should also be similar to that of existing buildings, lintels, sills, coping, and water tables or for monumental features. When it comes to the roofing, there is also a set of strict guidelines. Pitched roofs may be covered with metal standing seam or slate. Non-ferrous metal is recommended for the construction of gutters, downspouts, drips and fascia panels. All new roofing accessories and materials shall be reflective of the existing colors, materials and designs of the historic buildings.
Roads and Walkways

All roads, walkways, sidewalks and driveways should be constructed out of concrete or brick materials. If paving is the chosen construction the materials may be asphalt paving, concrete pavers or brick pavers. In the case of curbs, these may be constructed out of concrete, brick or natural stone materials.

Landscaping

Any new landscaping developments in the historic district of the campus must include traditional landscape elements and materials.

About Mississippi, MS...

Mississippi gets it well known name from the river that runs through it called The Mississippi River. Some say that the name Mississippi means “big water” in the Native American language. Other precious nicknames Mississippi receive are; Magnolia State and Hospitality State.

Flag of Mississippi

Mississippi has received the award for the most livable state for the last 7 years in a row. It was also named the 20th state of America on the 10th of December 1817. Mississippi is known as a poorer state which was caused by the civil war.

Mississippi is world known for its production of the traditional American music types such as; Gospel Music, Jazz and Blues and of course Rock and Roll. Some of the most famous authors to were Mississippians and they are William Faulkner and Tennessee Williams.

While Mississippi is a famous state it has also been shocked with the devastating effects of natures own Hurricanes. Back on the 17th of August 1956 Mississippi was lavished with hurricane Camille which 248 people lost their lives and $1.5 billion 1956 dollars in damage was made. Most recently on the 29th of August 2005 hurricane Katrina absolutely destructed and damaged this state immensely. Many lives were lost and the damage bill is the greatest ever.

For more information go to The official website for the State of Mississippi

Cities of Mississippi

Aberdeen

Amory

Baldwyn

Batesville

Bay St. Louis

Bay Springs

Belzoni

Biloxi

Booneville

Brandon

Brookhaven

Canton

Carthage

Charleston

Clarksdale

Cleveland

Clinton

Collins

Columbia

Columbus

Corinth

Crystal Springs

D'Iberville

Drew

Durant

Ellisville

Eupora

Fayette

Flowood

Forest

Fulton

Gautier

Greenville

Greenwood

Grenada

Gulfport

Hattiesburg

Hazlehurst

Hernando

Hollandale

Holly Springs

Horn Lake

Houston

Indianola

Itta Bena

Iuka

Jackson

Kosciusko

Laurel

Leland

Lexington

Long Beach

Louisville

Lucedale

Lumberton

McComb

Macon

Madison

Magee

Magnolia

Marks

Mendenhall

Meridian

Moorhead

Morton

Moss Point

Mound Bayou

Natchez

Nettleton

New Albany

Newton

Ocean Springs

Okolona

Olive Branch

Oxford

Pascagoula

Pass Christian

Pearl

Petal

Philadelphia

Picayune

Pontotoc

Poplarville

Port Gibson

Purvis

Quitman

Raymond

Richland

Ridgeland

Ripley

Robinsville

Rolling Fork

Rosedale

Ruleville

Saltillo

Senatobia

Shaw

Shelby

Southaven

Starkville

Tupelo

Verona

Vicksburg

Water Valley

Waveland

Waynesboro

West Point

Wiggins

Winona

Yazoo City