- Chemistry Building
- Biology Building
- CSU Health & Medical Center
- South College Ave. Garage
- Horticulture Center
A new headhouse/greenhouse facility for the W.D. Holley Plant Environmental Research Center constructed near the popular Gardens on Spring Creek.
- Multipurpose Stadium
- Advanced Beam Lab
This one-of-a-kind research facility on the Foothills Campus was built to leverage the unique synergies between laser, microwave, accelerator and light source technologies.
- Center for Agricultural Education
The Center for Agricultural Education at the ARDEC campus includes laboratory, teaching, technology (shop) and office space in support of CSU’s Agricultural Education teacher licensure program.
- Equine Reproduction Laboratory
The old Equine Reproduction Laboratory (6,446gsf) was destroyed by fire on July 27, 2011. The replacement is an approximately 12,000 gsf building built on the same site at the Foothills Campus, with associated parking and landscape enhancements.
- Avenir Museum Addition
The expansion of the Avenir Museum focused on both the remodel of the existing space and expanding the footprint of the building.
- Aggie Village North Redevelopment
The project consists of a comprehensive redevelopment of the Aggie Village North Apartments.
- Moby Arena Concourse and Training Room Revitalization
The training room project renovated and added to the lower level of Moby Arena to include an expanded training room, renovated locker rooms and offices, and installation of sprinklers.
- Eddy Hall Revitalization
A landscaped plaza off of the academic spine was constructed at the new entrance. New interior finishes, upgrades to classroom AV systems and new furniture was also provided with the project.
- Lory Student Center Revitalization
The project completely renovated the existing Lory Student Center (with the exception of the north end) and added approximately 42,000gsf of new space.
- Animal Science
A new north entrance and lobby area was constructed off of the Monfort Quadrangle. The meat lab on the east end of the 1st floor was not in the scope of this project and it remained fully functional and occupied during construction.
- Laurel Village
The Laurel Village Pavilion provides programming, lounge and meeting spaces for Laurel Village residents.
- Durrell Center Renovation
The existing Durrell Dining Center Commons was renovated to accommodate the increased student population from the Laurel Village project.
- Aspen Hall
Phase 1b of the project completed "Building D", which houses 216 residents in a 2-person suite. The building includes amenities for the students such as study rooms, lounge spaces, laundry, a common kitchen, a meeting room, mailroom and an office area. It also includes a staff apartment and Resident Assistant space.
- Athletics Academic & Training Center
This project incorporates an 18,000 square foot addition to Moby arena, to the south of the Fum McGraw building. The building contains a weight room and academic study/tutoring space for use by CSU athletics.
- Behavioral Sciences Building
This project includes 93,000 square feet of classroom and office space directly to the south of the Clark Building. General instruction classrooms, a 275-seat lecture hall/theater, and group study spaces will be available, in addition to graduate student and faculty office space.
- Braiden Hall Renovation
The Braiden Hall renovation project will add a 4th floor to each of the four residential wings, along with additional community and academic support spaces.
- Clark Building Renovation
This project upgraded lighting, seating, finishes, acoustics, and audiovisual equipment in all eleven A-wing auditoriums and all C-wing general education classrooms.
- Clark Study Lounge
The Clark Study Lounge project provides a dedicated area in the Clark building with high quality equipment and design, to allow for a study environment that is both productive and comfortable for students.
- Computer Science Building
This project consists of 46,500 square feet of offices, classrooms, and computer labs in a new building to the east of the Lory Student Center. This building brings the Computer Science Department back to the main campus.
- Early Childhood Center
The Early Childhood Center is operated by the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Applied Human Sciences. The purchase of the Washington School for the new CSU Early Childhood Center will allow for many benefits and improvements.
- Suzanne and Walter Scott Jr. Bioengineering Building
To be located north of Green Hall, at the corner of Laurel St. and Meridian Ave., this project will construct a three-story 105,000 gross square feet classroom and laboratory building on Main Campus.
- General Classroom Upgrades
This project will upgrade classrooms in various buildings on the CSU main campus. Upgrades will vary, but are expected to consist of improvements to seating, lighting, flooring, audiovisual systems, acoustics, and air conditioning.
- Indoor Practice Facility
This project consists of a new 66,000 square foot indoor practice field to the north of the Student Recreation Center. The building has a synthetic turf field, a sprint track, and a regulation size basketball court for use by CSU athletics.
- The Institute for Learning & Teaching (TILT)
This project includes a 12,000 square foot addition to the west of the music building. This addition provides access in one location to a variety of student-centered programs, such as Disabled Student Resources, Student Transfer Center, Center for Advising and Student Achievement, Undergraduate Research, etc.
- Lake Street Parking Garage
This new parking garage will add approximately 860 to 890 parking spaces on campus, including staff and student parking. The garage will also include street-level retail and office space. It is the first of three planned parking garages on campus.
- Lory Student Center Theatre Renovation
This project will provide a complete renovation of the present interior space of the Lory Student Center (LSC) Theatre, which includes over 20,000 square feet on three levels.
- Microbiology Study Lounge
Designed by in-house architects, the Microbiology Study Lounge renovation project provides highly usable interior space, while also updating exterior design elements throughout.
- Morgan Library Addition
The Morgan Library Addition and Renovation project will construct a two-story 13,000 gross square feet addition at the north entrance of the Morgan Library and extensively renovate the first floor.
- Parmelee Hall Renovation
The Parmelee Hall renovation project will add a 4th floor to each of the four residential wings, along with additional community and academic support spaces.
- Preconstruction Center
Completed using all donated funds, the renovation project of the Industrial Sciences Building renews its focus and dramatically improves upon the facility's teaching resources.
- Recreation Center Expansion
This project incorporates several additions on the east, southwest, and north sides of the Student Recreation Center. The additions total over 61,000 square feet of new construction, and the interior of the existing Student Recreation Center has also be renovated. Additions include a climbing/bouldering area, expanded fitness center, new multi-athletic court, juice bar, meeting rooms, game room, and renovation/expansion of the locker rooms.
- Rockwell Hall West
This project expands Rockwell Hall by 48,000 square feet to the west of the current structure. This 2-story addition contains high tech classrooms, meeting rooms for collaborative learning and faculty offices in support of the new Minor in Business degree program.
- Transit Center
Earning the LEED Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, the Transit Center was finished in fall of 2006 along the north end of the Lory Student Center. This project added more than 14,000 square feet and renovated more than 7,000 square feet of existing space.
- University Center for the Arts
In this project, the old Fort Collins High School has been transformed into the new home for the theater, dance, and music programs. Exciting new facilities, such as impressive theaters and art galleries are also part of this completed renovation.
- Warner Addition
The Warner College of Natural Resources will be undergoing significant expansion to its facilities, and will be funded by industry.