Current Projects

 

New Construction

 

Steven's Soccer Training Center - Estimated Completion Summer 2015

Made possible by the generous donation from the Steven's 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 

Softball Stadium Upgrades -  Estimated Completion February 2015

The softball stadium will have new features added. Continuing to improve on the stadium the following features will be added: 

  • Dugouts
  • Hitting Center
  • Bullpen
  • Scoreboard
  • Flagpole

These will help to enhance the stadium and give the women's softball team the appropriate space for practicing and hosting opponents in the upcoming season. 

1/22 Update: Dugouts, Hitting Center and Bullpens are scheduled for completion by end of January. Ground breaking for the Press/Restroom Building slated for later this month.

Stevens Stadium & Buck Shaw Field 

Stevens Stadium will be outfitted with new bleachers and press box.  Construction slated to start in February 2015.

Mayer Theater Seat Refurbishing -  Estimated Completion January 2015

Seat refurbishment is just completing.  Aisle railing and new aisle carpeting will be completed by Jan 21.

Future Construction

Art and Art History Building -  Estimated Start of Summer 2015

Current plans for the new Art and Art History building call for constructing a three-story building on Franklin Street. This 46,400 square foot facility will include modern studios for students and faculty, technology-rich classrooms, student workspaces and meeting areas. 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. 

 

Planning & Projects

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Director of Planning and Projects