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    Athletics Excellence Center

    On Monday, April 29th the Athletic Excellence Center will break ground. 

    The Stephen C. and Patricia A. Schott Athletic Excellence Center (AEC) will be built adjacent to Leavey Center and Degheri Tennis Center. The 50,000-square-foot, two-story facility will provide training and academic space for Broncos student-athletes while also opening up Davey Court for campus events and for all students participating in club and intramural sports.

    The AEC will feature the Stevens Academic Center, the Bronco Bench Foundation Sports Performance Center, a sports medicine center, a nutrition station and two practice gymnasiums.

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    STEM Construction Updates

    Construction for the new Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation (SCDI) is steadily progressing. Beginning on April 29th ground improvement work will begin. This work will create some noise and ground vibrations that will be felt by occupants in adjacent buildings. This work will last approximatly 8 weeks. Please continue to be aware of your surroundings when around this construction site. Thank you for your patience as we continue working to improve our campus. For a map showing the paths of travel, please view the SCDI Construction Map.  
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    Finn Hall

    The Finn Residence Hall construction continues on schedule with the completion of the building planned for Summer 2019. This new residence hall will house ~360 students in mini-suite style rooms. Check out the project page for a live camera of the progress.

  • New skylight in Heafey collaboration space

    Heafey Skylight Installation

    In June 2019, the collaboration space in Heafey Hall will be closed temporarily for the installation of a skylight over spring break. The skylight will span approximately 75 feet from east to west in the collaboration space bringing natural light into this area. Occupants in the building will be able to be in their offices and in other ares of the building during this time, however all access to the collaboration space will be restricted. Please be aware of your surroundings if you need to be in this space, and obey all construction signage. 


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Athletic Excellence Center - Workers dug last week on-site to prep for footing to be going in this week.

Finn Hall - The main focus for work this week is happening along the back patio of the building, as well as some interior egress.

Key and Lock Update - The first stage of Salto lock conversion will begin this Monday. Look for a campuswide email being sent out later today (6/13) for who will be impacted and where.

Heafey Elevator - The elevator is scheduled to go down for interior work and will be back up on 6/23 at the latest.


  • Facilities Visitor Parking Change

    All visitors are required to check into the Facilities building in order to obtain a daily parking pass.  Visitors must park in spaces marked as Visitor or 1-Hour Contractor. If all parking spaces of these two types are filled, a visitor can park in the spots labeled "C", as long as they have a visitors pass displayed. Parking passes are good for the day it is given. If a visitor wishes to park in the lot for several days, a pass must be acquired for each day they plan on parking.