Facilities Management

University of Colorado Boulder

Cone Zone

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The Cone Zone
Campus Box 453
(303) 492-8687

Current Construction Hotspots: Athletics, Ketchum, McAllister, Darley


You may have noticed there’s a flurry of construction going on in the vicinity of Folsom Field as we upgrade the university's Athletics facilities. The project, which runs through January 2016, includes refurbishing the Dal Ward Athletic Center, adding a new indoor practice facility and constructing an addition to Folsom Field as well as new seating areas. We are aware that construction activity has community impacts and we will be conscious of this throughout the project. To find weekly construction schedules and information, visit the Weekly Construction Update and Live Webcam. You can also contact us at conezone@colorado.edu.

--Stadium Drive Closed--

Stadium Drive is currently closed to unauthorized vehicles; a pedestrian/bike path connecting Folsom with Stadium is now open. The purpose of the closure is to maintain safety for campus users during the Athletics construction project. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes to students, faculty and staff who use Stadium Drive to access campus, as we realize that alternative routes and time adjustments will be required. A newly-renovated version of the road will reopen in January 2016 when the Athletics project wraps up.

Note that drivers are allowed access to Stadium Drive in order to reach affected parking lots, including the metered parking in Lot 394.

--Other construction--

Ongoing construction hotspots include Ketchum Arts & Sciences, which is under renovation. On East Campus, watch for construction near the McAllister Building as the Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex (SEEC) takes shape. At Wiliams Village, Darley Commons is under renovation; find more information here

Construction Overview


Green Building

Contact Us

Is there something on campus that we've missed? Something you think we can improve? Please send comments and concerns to conezone@colorado.edu.  

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