Featured Projects: Planning & Design

Academic Replacement Building

A new academic building will replace general assignment classrooms and allow for the relocation of some academic units.

Albany Village Graduate Student Housing

Below-market apartments that will house 760 graduate students in single-occupancy bedrooms. This project will triple the existing supply of university-owned housing for single UC Berkeley graduate students.

Anchor House

A transformative student housing project that will prioritize transfer students, who are predominantly from California community colleges and, compared to the undergraduate student body as a whole, are more likely to come from low-income families and communities of color.

Campus Master Plan

From new buildings to renovations and infrastructure improvements, the plan considers changes in technology, new methods of instruction, and new modes of mobility, and how they can be integrated into our physical environment.

Centennial Bridge

The existing bridge was constructed in 1965 and is along a hillside historically known to have landslides. A State-funded replacement bridge will be constructed in parallel to the existing one. Once constructed, Centennial Drive would be connected to the new bridge and the existing bridge demolished.

Clark Kerr Campus Beach Volleyball Courts

Development of beach volleyball courts for the women’s Intercollegiate Athletic beach volleyball program and other recreational uses at Clark Kerr Campus.

The Gateway

The Gateway will convene and connect brilliant faculty and students from our core disciplines of computing and data science with others across campus.

People's Park Housing

This project will build housing for the unhoused, create urgently needed, below-market apartments for more than 1,000 undergraduates, and preserve green community park space.

Softball Field Improvements

Construction of an upgraded NCAA-compliant softball field and a two-story structure including the concourse, fixed seating capacity for up to 1,500 spectators, and the press box.

Upper Hearst

The project will create new academic and study spaces for the Goldman School of Public Policy, maintain as much parking as possible, and incorporate much needed faculty, staff, postdoc and/or graduate student housing.