MANHATTAN, Kan. - Cardwell Hall at Kansas State University was closed at 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 24, to test air quality in the building.
Cardwell Hall is one of the buildings damaged in the recent tornado.
Workers had to replace parts of the heating, ventilating and air conditioning system in the building. The closure is for air testing and is a precautionary measure to be sure no asbestos is in the air, Steve Broccolo, emergency management coordinator for public safety said.
The building remained closed through Wednesday.
All classes in Cardwell Hall were moved to other spaces according to Al Cochran, assistant provost.