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Business-engineering expansion begins

Construction is slated to begin over spring break on a new building addition that will physically connect CU Boulder’s Koelbel Building, home of the Leeds School of Business, to the Engineering Center, which houses the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Announcing a new partnership between BoulderCAST and CU Boulder

This alliance has been in the works for more than a year now and has just recently been finalized.

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CU Boulder launches housing, transportation master plan efforts

As precursors to the next Campus Master Plan update, CU Boulder has launched Housing Master Plan and Transportation Master Plan initiatives that will create in-depth roadmaps for these two crucial aspects of campus development.

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CASE building notches LEED Gold for green building excellence

The Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE), which opened in the heart of CU Boulder’s Main Campus last summer, has been awarded LEED Gold status by the United States Green Building Council.

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‘Deep dive’ insights set course for coming Strategic Facilities Visioning work

The Strategic Facilities Visioning project team has completed its initial deep dive phase, gaining valuable insights and setting the stage for the scenario planning discussions to come.


CU Boulder breaks ground on $57 million music building expansion

The Imig Music building expansion will enhance the College of Music’s standing as a national leader as it kicks off a second century of excellence in teaching and research. See imagery from the event.

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Chancellor advocates for CU Boulder’s historic buildings before state’s Capital Development Committee

Chancellor Philip DiStefano on Thursday, Dec. 13, presented to the state legislature’s Capital Development Committee, highlighting the impactful role state funding could play as CU Boulder works to preserve its historic buildings and ensure they enhance student success and research for decades to come.

Strategic Facilities Visioning

Strategic Facilities Visioning ‘deep dive’ setting foundation for work to come

CU Boulder’s Strategic Facilities Visioning project team continues to gather invaluable insights from campus stakeholders about where university departments see themselves in the future and how facilities can help them get there in an evolving education and research landscape.

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A trio of capital construction projects launching this winter

A trio of capital construction projects, along with various smaller projects, are slated to commence over winter break as crews work to take advantage of the quiet period on campus.

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CU Boulder waste diversion tops 50 percent for first time

The tonnage is tallied, and CU Boulder's waste diversion rate eclipsed 50 percent for the first time in school history, with the campus recovering, recycling and reusing more waste than was sent to landfills.