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Campus Projects

Projects are continuously happening on and around the Santa Clara University campus. From small modification to whole building remodels to new construction the campus is constantly changing and improving. Working closely with staff, faculty, and students, The President's office, Board of Trustees and Facilities Master Planning Committee the projects around campus create an environment that supports the University’s initiatives for a community of scholars, integrated education and effective use of resources.

New Construction 

Bronco Patio Enclosure Estimated Completion May 2018
Charney Hall of Law Estimated Completion Spring 2018
Finn Residence Hall Estimated Completion Summer 2019

Franklin Street Conversion: Phase 1

Estimated Completion Spring 2018 

Heafey Interior Remodel

Estimated Completion September 2018


Estimated Start 2019

Remodels and Modifications

To begin construction of the Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation the School of Engineering will be re-located into temporary and permanent surge spaces.  These facilities will support the administrative, academic and laboratory functions of the Engineering School during the 30 month construction of STEM. The buildings that are being renovated to support the STEM Surge efforts are:

  • Heafey Law Library and Bergin Hall
  • St. Clare Commons
  • 3305 The Alameda
  • Alameda Hall 
  • Daly 200

For more information about the schedule and programming please read the Transition Planning flyer.

990 Benton Street will be the new home to the Ignatian Center. This facility will be remodeled to provide the center with offices, conference rooms and collaboration spaces. This building will provide them a better space to continue serving their mission of promoting and enhancing the Jesuit, Catholic tradition of education. 


The main parking structure is having a new system installed to better count the cars that are occupying the parking stalls in the garage. This project will also install a new sign at the main Kiosk and the north entry to the parking structure indicating the available slots per floor. This system will better communicate to the campus community as well as transportation the occupancy levels of the main parking structure.