Campus Planning Projects

2016

Science 

Project: Science Building 
Designer: Thomas Miller & Partners/Hastings Associates JV Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, Consultant
Funding: $147 Million
Status: Complete
Program: Planning for new facilities for Biology and Chemistry Departments Planning and construction of Chiller Plant
Schedule: Complete
Chiller Plant: Complete


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Project: Student Union
Designer: Street Dixon Rick/Thomas Miller & Partners JV
Funding: $77,130,000
Status: Complete
Program: New facilities for Student Union functions, indoor and outdoor food court, expanded student organization areas, student activities, retail, ballroom, SGA offices, and copy center.

 

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Project: College of Education and Behavioral Science
Designer: Earl Swensson Assoc. / Centric Architecture JV
Funding: $29,880,000
Status: Complete
Program: New classrooms, class labs, and centralized facilities for the College of Education and Behavioral Science

  

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Project: Student Services and Admissions Center
Designer: Tuck Hinton Architects
Funding: $16,000,000
Status: Complete
Schedule: Fall 2014
Program: Construct administrative space for Student Services and parking deck with a bridge connecting it to the new student union.

 

parking

Project: Parking and Transportation
Designer: Lose & Associates
Funding: $8,360,000
Status: Complete
Program: The widening of Lightning Way and the widening of Champion Way with a new turn lane at Greenland Drive; a new rotary at the intersection of Lightning and Champion Ways; and improved pedestrian walkways, crosswalks and lighting.

 

Garage

Project: Parking Garages
Designer: Tuck Hinton Architects
Funding: $23,5000,000
Status: Complete
Program: The garages will give students convenient parking from the edge of campus and direct pedestrian traffic access to the core of campus. Each garage will have approximately 490 spaces for students. 

 

 MEC

Project: Andrew Woodfin MIller, Sr. Education Center
Designer: Moody Nolan, Inc
Funding: $6,000,000
Status: Complete
Program: The building was renovated to include The Center for Chinese Music and Culture, as well as academic and administrative functions.

 

wiser-patten

Project: Davis Science and Wiser-Patten Science Renovations
Designer: Thomas Miller & Partners/Hastings Associates JV
Funding: 20 Million
Status: Occupancy January, 2017
Program: Occupants of the buildings will include College of Basic and Applied Sciences new academic advising offices, Geosciences, and new Mechatronics Lab in Davis Science, and Physics, Anthropology, and Forensic Science in Wiser-Patten.

 

quad

Project: Campus Quadrangle
Designer: Hodgson & Douglas
Funding: $135,000
Status:  Design
Program: Make site improvements in the central campus quadrangle, including sidewalks, lighting, landscaping, grading, drainage, utility coordination, and signage.

 

site

Project: Academic Building for the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences
Designer: Bauer Askew Architecture
Funding: $1.6 million
Status: Design
Program: New classrooms, class labs, and centralized facilities for the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences