Facilities Projects

Current UW-Eau Claire facilities projects

Facilities projects are driven by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire master plan, a framework for the physical development of our beautiful campus that conforms to our values of stewardship and sustainability. The plan and resulting projects take into account the academic and strategic goals of the university and our vision of a vibrant learning and living environment for students, faculty, staff and community.

People at UW-Eau Claire's Garfield Avenue Celebration Oct. 18, 2018

Garfield Avenue Redesign

This strategic redesign has transformed one of the primary entrances of campus into a pedestrian mall more accommodating to students and visitors alike.

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Architect rendering of Towers Hall renovation

Karlgaard Towers Renovations

In September 2017, the university began an exciting renovation of this residence hall to add air conditioning, improve bathroom privacy and transform students’ shared community spaces.

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New Upper Campus Residence Hall

The Suites

This new residence hall will house 432 students and will open in August 2019. It will include living areas housing four students each, some with single rooms and some with double rooms; floor lounges with kitchens; and music and game rooms.

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Rendering of UW-Eau Claire Visitor and Admissions Center

University Welcome Center

The University Welcome Center will house UW-Eau Claire’s Admissions Office as well as the UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association and UW-Eau Claire Foundation operations. It will be located on Roosevelt Ave.

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Governors Hall renovation artist's rendering

Governors Hall Addition and Renovation

This project includes the construction of new space and renovation of existing space in Governors Hall, which was built in 1962. It is the first comprehensive renovation of one of the oldest residence halls on upper campus.

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Sonnentag Center rendering

Sonnentag Event and Recreation Complex

Work is underway on the site that will be home to the Sonnentag Event and Recreation Complex. The complex includes an events center and a shared wellness, recreation and fitness facility.

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L.E. Phillips Science Hall

Science and Health Sciences Building

Replacing Phillips Hall, a 60-year-old outdated, failing building, will provide state-of-the-art science facilities for student learning and help to ensure that UW-Eau Claire continues its tradition as a national leader in undergraduate research.

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