GeoExchange System

CSU has a strong commitment to energy efficiency and is headed in the direction of being a net-zero carbon emitter.  To reach this goal and provide overall cost savings, CSU to intends to transfer the Moby Gym and Fum McGraw buildings from the current central steam system to a new geothermal well field to be installed under the current recreation fields south of Moby Gym.

CSU Center for Food and Agriculture at the NWC

The CSU Center will provide the facilities needed to provide experiential learning opportunities and impactful research within the areas of food systems, water, energy, the environment, and health, rooted in the rich history and culture of the National Western Center.

CSU Water Building at the NWC

The Colorado State University Water Building will create a convening place for rural, urban, and global water and agricultural interests, taking advantage of a location near the South Platte River, in a unique urban context, and building on partnerships within the Denver Metro area.

National Western Center Logo CSU Animal Health Complex at the NWC

The Animal Health Complex will bring together university experts, veterinarians from around the region, clinical and therapeutic service providers, and non-profit organizations to create a space focused on various aspects of animal health, including the connection between people and animals.

National Western Center

In 2022, Colorado State University System will open its doors to a space like no other – three buildings open to all and positioned to change the world.

Center for Vector-borne Infectious Disease

This project will construct a 41,000 gsf infectious disease research building on Foothills Campus, connected to the Regional Biocontainment Laboratory.  Anticipated cost is $22.9M.