In case you haven't noticed, the University of Arizona campus is undergoing a radical facelift.
The Integrated Learning Center is taking shape in the center of the UA Mall, and the Memorial Student Union is well
into its first phase of construction. Change is everywhere.
There are a number of photos, websites, and stories related to our changing campus, as well as a few live webcams
so you can monitor the progress from afar. We've done our best to collect all the information here.
We've been taking photos over the last few months to give you an idea of how the
campus has changed. We also have a look at the two live construction cameras.
'Trying to put a patch on a gash'
City plans renovation for 5th/6th Street
Regents approve $25M for grad student housing
Students, staff react to semester of bulldozers
Christopher City may be replaced by new complex for graduate students
ILC foundation to be poured
Res Life report calls for short-term acquisition of apartments
Students return to more campus changes
Coronado residents unhappy with impending construction
New parking structure to close most of Coronado lot
'Campaign Arizona' aims to raise $500 million
Soil contamination won't delay union excavation
Student union excavation begins tonight
More construction stories...
UA Construction Projects
The official site for UA construction projects contains maps,
traffic information and general overviews of the various campus construction projects.
Facilities Design & Construction
The FD&C website contains construction project schedules and updates, photos the ILC and Student Union construction, and a live
camera of the ongoing ILC construction. Watch the hole grow!
Arizona Student Unions
The Arizona Student Unions website has general information related to the ongoing union construction projects, as well as a link to
the live construction camera. They also have some Quicktime movies of the construction.
Swinerton and Walberg
The Student Union contractor's website has an large photo gallery of the ongoing construction project, as well as Quicktime movies and project schedules.
They are also the providers of the Student Union live construction camera.
They have some project drawings as well, but you'll need a DWG file browser if you want to view them.
This one, from AutoDesk, integrates with your
web browser, but you will need to fill out a registration form.