The Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building - Estimated Completion Spring 2016
Construction has begun on the Edward M. Down Art and Art History Building. This facility will be the centralized home for the Art and Art History departments and will provide greater flexibility, capacity and resources to the faculty, staff and students. Located on the North side of Campus (between Alumni Science and the North Campus Parking Structure) this facility will have 45,422 square feet of studio, classroom, office and gallery space.
The building features a rotunda on the third floor with an outdoor terrace area. A spacious gallery on the first floor will be showcase student, faculty, and visiting artists' work. The landscaping plan also includes an outdoor sculpture garden at the corner of Alviso and Franklin Streets. The overall project plan also includes converting Franklin Street between Lafayette Street to The Alameda from a roadway to a pedestrian mall.
An official ground breaking ceremony will be held Saturday, April 25 at 1PM. The estimated completion is scheduled for May 2016.
For more details, please refer to the Dowd Art and Art History project page. »Info
Stevens Soccer Training Center - Estimated Completion Summer 2015
Made possible by the generous donation from the Stevens family a new state-of-the-art soccer training center will break ground this summer (2014). This training center will give both the men's and women's soccer teams a place to call home throughout the year. This training center will provide the teams with a space adjacent to the soccer fields and give them facilities such as locker rooms, team meeting rooms, coaches offices, video screening rooms and trainer space to help foster the soccer into the future.
The Soccer Training Center will be located in the lawn area between Locatelli, Buckshaw and Stanton field.
Read the full press release from President Fr. Engh »Info
Stevens Stadium & Buck Shaw Field - Estimated Completion June 2015The Soccer Stadium is getting a makeover! This project is underway and at this time the east side press box has been removed, and anyone that has had the delightfully unstable experience of being in that press box knows it was time! The temporary west side bleachers, used for the Earthquakes games, have been removed and the grading and compacting process has started in preparation for the new additions. The additions to the stadium will include a new bleacher structure, press box building, and restroom facilities on the west side of the field. A Plaza Wall is being constructed to enhance the entryway into the stadium.
The work on the Plaza Wall has extended out towards Palm drive, resulting in the closing of the sidewalk on the south side of Palm Drive from El Camino Real to Sherman Street. For safety reasons, pedestrians are being detoured to the northern sidewalk. This construction is scheduled to be completed in early June.
Softball Park Upgrades
Bronco Softball has a beautiful new stadium that they can be proud to call home!
Completed Upgrades for 2015 Season:
- Home and Visitor Dugouts
- Home and Visitor Bullpens
- Hitting Center
These improvements help to improve the experience both on and off the field.
Continuing and future improvements include:
- Pressbox building (with restrooms and concessions) - Underway
- Entryway Plaza - Slated to start after the season concludes
455 El Camino Real - Estimated Completion Summer 2015
The interior renovation project of the 75,000 square foot building at 455 El Camino Real is scheduled to be completed by start of the Fall quarter 2015. The remodeled building will include classroom, laboratory, and office space for the graduate programs in the School of Education, Counseling and Psychology and the School of Engineering. Fifteen new classrooms are being built to support the graduate education programs of the two Schools.
Planning & Projects
Director of Planning and Projects