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UW-La Crosse Roger Harring Stadium at the Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex - This project constructs a new 6,200 seat stadium that includes a new, artificial football playing surface, running track and stadium lighting system, with concessions, locker rooms, press box, and hospitality suites.
UW-LaCrosse Centennial Hall - This project constructs a 185,000 new academic building to provide general access classrooms needed to support the mission of the university and provide space needed for academic and student advising departments .
UW-Madison Microbial Sciences - This project constructs a new 300,000 GSF building to support part of the BioStar Initiative, a ten-year program to support biotechnology research, development, and education in the State of Wisconsin.
UW-Madison Education Building Restoration, Renewal, and Addition (north perpspective showing plaza addition) -This project constructs a new four-story, 38,000 GSF wing on the east side of the existing School of Education building. The project will provide classrooms and offices; and create a three-story infill addition between the east and west wings for a lecture hall, a food service/commons area, and conference rooms.
UW-Oshkosh Reeve Memorial Union Renovation and Addition - This project remodels 77,500 GSF of space in the existing union and constructs a 78,200 addition. The project also remodels 36,800 GSF in the Blackhawk Commons. The union project will provide expanded dining, banquet, and meeting room facilities; a retail dining area; additional service, program support, organizational, and staff space; and a remodeled Bookstore. The commons remodeling will allow for the consolodation of all contract dining services at that location.
UW-Parkside Student Union Expansion - This project will construct a 53,000 GSF addition to the existing Student Union and will remodel approximately 68,900 GSF of the existing building. The project will provide active spaces, including dining, food service, bookstore, cinema, credit union, recreation/multi purpose space, and the new Integrated Services Center , on the lower two levels of the facility and quieter areas, including office areas, meeting rooms, a ballroom, and student organization areas, will be provided on the upper levels.
UW-River Falls University Center - This project constructs a new 142,660 GSF student union that contains all campus food service operations, a bookstore, student life offices, and meeting rooms/lounges. The project was designed based on criteria to achieve a Leed Silver certification rating.
UW-Stevens Point Noel Fine Arts Center - This renovation and addition project remodels significant portions of the existing Fine Arts Center and constructs a 43,400 square-foot addition to provide appropriate teaching and rehearsal space for theater, dance, music, and art and design.
UW-Stevens Point New Residence Hall - This project will construct a 140,250 GSF residence hall to provide housing for 323 students plus 5 community advisors in a suite style arrangement. The six-story building will be developed, sited, and designed to include sustainable design principles emphasizing energy efficiency, long-term durability, and maintenance while remaining flexible and adaptable. The building is expected to achieve a minimum of a LEED Silver certification rating.
UW-Superior Swenson Hall - This project constructs a new 150,000 GSF academic building on the northwest corner of campus and a a 2,500 GSF instructional greenhouse addition to Barstow Science Hall. The new building will contain general classrooms, lecture halls, specialized teaching labs and office spaces. The new building will contain general classrooms, lecture halls, additional specialized teaching labs, and gathering, sstudy, and office space. The facility's design will maximize compliance with the LEED Rating System.
UW-Superior New Student Center - This project will construct a new 83,100 GSF Rothwell Student Center, entrance plaza and a parking lot. The building will include space for dining, meeting rooms, lounge and recreation areas, student organizations, administration needs, and an art gallery. This facility is expected to receive a LEED silver certification.
UW-Whitewater Timothy J. Hyland Hall - This project constructs a new 185,225 GSF four story building to house the instructional, academic support, community service, and economic development programs for the College of Business and Economics. This facility also provides 38 general assignment classrooms for use by all campus colleges. The project's design will incorporate sustainable design principles.
UW-Whitewater Residence Hall - This project provides suite-style residence hall housing for 450 residents. This high performance facility will be sited, developed, and operated to maximize resource conservation and to minimize negative environmental impact. This residence hall will offer four times the expected number of rooms meeting ADA residential access requirements. This new building is expected to receive a LEED Gold certification rating.