University of Colorado Breaks Ground on Business & Engineering Expansion

Published 6-12-2019
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion
  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion

    Courtesy of the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion

    Courtesy of the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion

    Courtesy of the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion

    Courtesy of the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • University of Colorado - Business & Engineering Expansion

    Courtesy of the University of Colorado Boulder.

The University of Colorado broke ground in June of 2019 on a $45 million business and engineering expansion in Boulder. Designed by Anderson Mason Dale to break down traditional disciplinary boundaries and foster cross-functional student competencies, the 75,000-sf project includes the creation of an addition linking the College of Engineering and Applied Science and the College of Business. Comprising 45,000 gsf of new construction and 30,000 gsf of renovated space, the collaborative facility will provide four technology-enhanced classrooms for active learning, a 200-seat auditorium, a business library, faculty offices, team rooms, a multipurpose event space, and an interdisciplinary entrepreneurship center. The general contractor for the project is Haselden Construction. Completion is expected in December of 2020.

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