Facilities Management

University of Colorado Boulder

Facilities Management - University of Colorado Boulder

A continuum of services under one roof
CASE construction begins this August

Construction on the new Center for Academic Success and Engagement (or CASE building), which will be built atop the Euclid Autopark, will begin this August. This new building, which will initially house key components of the Office of Admissions and eventually various other important student and academic services, has been designed to serve as a gateway to campus for visitors and prospective students and families.

A tree for every season

The CU-Boulder campus isn’t formally an arboretum, but it might as well be: At least 120 tree species grow on the 305-acre main property.  Among them are linden and locust, catalpa and Kentucky coffee, white fir, blue spruce and green ash, bur oak, box elder and American elm — an estimated 3,000 individual trees in all.

Where the Wild Things Are

You won’t find many banana or chocolate trees growing wild in Boulder, or staghorn fern, Somalian milkweed or Venus fly trap. These aren’t Colorado plants.

But all thrive inside CU’s 30th Street greenhouse, along with hundreds of other species from as far afield as Central and South America, the Persian Gulf and South Pacific, Madagascar, Malaysia and Macedonia.

CASE construction begins this August


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