We are aware that construction activity has community impacts and strive to be conscious of this during projects. For questions, concerns, or to provide feedback, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a complete list of current construction projects on campus, download our Campus Construction Project List (updated as of Dec 2016)
Current construction hotspots include:
- NEW: The sidewalk on the north side of Colorado Avenue near the Buff Walk, which runs along the east side of Folsom Field, will be closed Saturday, Feb. 11 through Thursday, Feb. 16 while a new ADA-compliant crosswalk ramp is installed. Work to install a ramp on the south side of Colorado Avenue will be done during the same period, but the sidewalk on the south side of the street will remain open. The new crosswalk is being installed at this location to improve pedestrian connectivity to the Buff Walk and the Boulder Creek path, as well as to provide a safe crossing point for people accessing the nearby RTD bus stop.
- The new Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE), a new building being built atop the Euclid Auto Park. Read more about the CASE project here.
- In addition, the City of Boulder has begun construction on the Baseline underpass. This underpass will connect the Basemar shopping center to CU-Boulder’s main campus near the Wolf Law building. The project is expected to wrap up by Spring 2017. More details about the project can be found on the City’s website at Baseline Road Underpass.
- Campus Construction Map (Dec 2016)
- Campus map and building directory (PDF)
- Parking maps (Parking & Transportation Services)
- Alphabetical list of major buildings and facilities
- City of Boulder Cone Zones - Construction and Traffic Impacts
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