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Current major projects

Bill and Melinda Gates Center for CSE

Bill and Melinda Gates Center for CSE

The Gates Center will provide approximately 135,000 square feet of research, undergraduate education, and related support space for the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering.
CAMCET exterior rendering

Center for Advanced Materials and Clean Energy Technologies (CAMCET)

The Center for Advanced Materials and Clean Energy Technologies (CAMCET) will be the world’s premier cleantech innovation hub.
aerial view of mackenzie hall

Foster School Expansion

New building to replace Mackenzie Hall for the Foster School of Business.
map of site location health sciences education building

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.
kincaid hall

Kincaid Hall Psychology Renovation

Updates to central campus building will consolidate and provide a permanent location for Psychology Clinics and Research Labs.
life sciences building exterior rendering

Life Sciences Building

The new Life Sciences Building will provide modern research and instructional space for the Department of Biology.
north campus housing construction phase wood framing with crane in background

McCarty, Madrona, and Willow - Phase IV(a)

First phase of the North Campus housing project: Demolish McCarty Hall and replace it with three new buildings.
NCH phase 4 rendering

NCH Phase IV(b): Denny Field, Haggett & Oak Halls

Provide additional quality student housing in North Campus and refurbish Denny Field.
Exterior of the new burke museum

New Burke Museum

The New Burke Museum is an architecturally noteworthy facility that reflects the museum’s core values of sustainability, excellence, respect, stewardship, creativity, and community engagement.
northwest hospital

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.
population health building early construction pre-foundation

Population Health Facility

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.
interior rendering of uwmc ed east extension

UWMC ED East Extension

Expansion and reconfiguration of ED Program Space on Level 2 of the UW Medical Center.