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The crosswalk that runs north and south on Evans Ave. east of the Driscoll Bridge will be closed all day, Tuesday, Feb. 5. But it's a sign that we're getting closer to the March 25 opening day for the Anderson Academic Commons!  Very large boulders are being delivered and positioned as part of the exterior landscaping of the Academic Commons project.  You'll need to use the Driscoll Bridge to cross Evans, or alternative crosswalks along Evans Ave.  We apologize for the inconvenience. 

If you need additional information about the project or closing, please contact Linda Lautenbach, University Construction Project Manager,  303-871-4808,  

Thank you.

Facilities Management and Planning

Construction and Facilities Planning

Outstanding customer service, combined with excellence in architecture, both in terms of aesthetics and functional requirements, are the highest objective of Construction, Planning and Design. 


Beginning Wednesday, July 12th, 2012, the Mary Reed Landscape improvement project will begin.  The east side exterior will serve to improve access, lighting and security to main east entrance to Mary Reed.  The construction will be performed from July through mid-September to include landscape improvements that will provide dramatic color transitions throughout the seasons. 

Please be advised that there will be a certain amount of noise associated with the excavation process. ADA access to the building will be through the north east entrance of Mary Reed.  Please click here or on the picture below for additional images of the project. 



For additional information about the construction timeline, please contact Linda Lautenbach, Project Manager,  303-871-4808.





Soccer Stadium & Field, Fitness Facility, & Art Annex

Soccer Stadium & Field, Fitness Facility, & Art Annex

Construction Cost: $7,000,000
Project Cost: $9,200,000
Type of Construction: New Addition
Project Size: 32,000gsf plus field work

Project Description:

This project represents the University’s commitment to a wide variety of its internal and external communities. The Stands and Field work will enhance the competitiveness of NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer for the University as well as providing the ability to host NCAA Regional Tournament play. It is expected the project will encourage the Denver community to enjoy cheering on the Pioneers as field lighting will allow for games to be played at spectator friendly times. The Strength & Conditioning Facility will serve all 17 NCAA athletic programs in providing state of the art, team based, strength and conditioning programs that will maximize the performance of our student-athletes.

The Art Annex is designed to allow the University’s Art program to grow in stature by providing needed studio and art lab/classroom spaces. This annex is immediately adjacent to the current Art Building and by combining with the Soccer project it provides the opportunity for the University to leverage the health and fitness benefits of the facility to also serve a more traditional academic need.