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With our yearlong Centennial Celebration in its final months, we are busy preparing UW-Eau Claire for the next 100 years through myriad projects that will transform the look and feel of campus.
From the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project to the Towers Hall renovation, Blugolds will see some of the audacious changes detailed in the Campus Master Plan take shape. Change is never easy, so please pardon the dust and the noise that accompany construction.
See links below to more details about our ongoing or soon-to-begin projects, as well as the latest progress updates and announcements.
UW-Eau Claire students may be away during spring break March 20-24, but there still will be plenty of activity on campus as work gets underway on the Garfield Avenue redevelopment project.
Why do things look different along Garfield Avenue? It’s a question on the minds of most Blugolds returning for the spring semester. Here's why you're seeing changes to the view on UW-Eau Claire's lower campus.
Trees will be removed between Dec. 26 and Jan. 20 in preparation for a redevelopment project to begin this spring along the Garfield Avenue corridor on UW-Eau Claire’s lower campus.
The Wisconsin State Building Commission on Oct. 12 approved the design report and authorized construction on the Towers Hall renovation project at UW-Eau Claire.
Two major UW-Eau Claire building projects are included in the UW System 2017-19 capital budget request approved Aug. 18 by the system’s Board of Regents.
Several UW-Eau Claire-related facilities projects will move forward following approval of three requests by the Wisconsin State Building Commission at its Aug. 10 meeting.
The Aug. 10, 2016, State of Wisconsin Building Commission meeting agenda includes consideration of three projects that will directly benefit UW-Eau Claire.
The Blugold Real Estate Foundation and other partners planning an events and recreation complex along Menomonie Street in Eau Claire have proposed that much-needed hotel and convention space also could be developed on the site.
A $1.5 million challenge grant to the Confluence Arts Center project in downtown Eau Claire is encouraging a final wave of private gifts that will ensure the project can break ground in September.
The approval process for UW-Eau Claire's Garfield Avenue redevelopment project advanced April 8 with review and approval by the UW System Board of Regents of the project's preliminary design plans.
The preliminary design plans for the Garfield Avenue Redevelopment Project on the UW-Eau Claire campus was reviewed and approved by the Eau Claire Parks and Waterways Commission.
UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in a follow-up open house to review and provide comments on the redesign of Garfield Avenue on Nov. 17 from 12:15-1:45 p.m.
Project partners presented preliminary design concepts Oct. 28 for the John H. and Carolyn Sonnentag Event and Recreation Complex at the site of the future development on Menomonie Street.
Construction has begun on Haymarket Landing, the downtown Eau Claire retail and student apartment complex that is part of the Confluence Project.
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