COVID-19 impacts

Contractors and Consultants, please review the COVID-19 information for contractors and consultations page for important documents and information related to the impact of COVID-19 on current projects.

Aerial view of Northwest Hospital D-Wing

Behavioral Health Teaching Facility (BHTF)

An addition of 15,000,000 square feet to the UWMC Northwest campus to train the next generation of behavioral health providers.

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Foster School Expansion

A new 85,000 square foot building, Founders Hall, to replace Mackenzie Hall for the Foster School of Business.

hans rosling center for population health

Hans Rosling Center for Population Health

New 300,000 SF building for the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, the Department of Global Health and parts of the School of Public Health.

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Health Sciences Education Building

The new centrally located Health Sciences Education Building will use the unique adjacencies of research, academic and clinical programs to train future health professionals.

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ICA Softball Performance Center

A functional indoor softball performance center that enhances the day to day training needs of the women’s softball program.

kincaid hall

Kincaid Hall Psychology Renovation

Updates to central campus building will consolidate and provide a permanent location for Psychology Clinics and Research Labs.
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NCH Phase IV(b): Denny Field, Haggett & Oak Halls

Provide additional quality student housing in North Campus and refurbish Denny Field.
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NWH Childbirth Center

Renovation and addition to Northwest Hospital’s Childbirth Center, allowing it to support 2,500 births a year.
Parrington Hall

Parrington Hall Renovation

Upgrades to the historic 1902 building that houses the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance.
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West Campus Site W27

Site W27 will be a place that demonstrates the power of partnership between public research and the private sector to serve the UW’s educational mission, and one that establishes the tone and character for all of West Campus.