Featured projects that are recently completed.
The world-class facility pairs the Bakar Labs incubator with fellowships and programming for Berkeley students and researchers, equipping current and aspiring entrepreneurs in the STEM world with labs, offices, equipment and shared community spaces that aim to encourage collaboration.
Berkeley Way West is a new academic building that houses the School of and the Department of Psychology, and the School of Public Health. The building has an average daily occupancy of 900 people and includes classrooms, offices, open workstations, and collaborative space.
The first new residence hall to open at UC Berkeley since 2012, Blackwell Hall is a living space for more than 750 students full of patios, study rooms, bike racks, exercise machines, and views of the Golden Gate. The building includes groundfloor retail and new space for Stiles Hall.
This project involved upgrading and enhancing the walkway lighting infrastructure across the campus. A total of approximately 1,100 existing lampposts underwent retrofitting, while an additional 100 new lampposts were strategically installed.
Chou Hall at the Haas School of Business is officially the country’s greenest academic building, having earned TRUE Zero Waste certification at the highest possible level along with a LEED Platinum certification for its energy-efficient design and operation.
The project added new structural concrete walls and footings, as well as accessibility and life safety upgrades, into the existing design of the building, which first opened in 1930.
This project resurfaced the existing Golden Bear Tennis Courts at the Clark Kerr Campus. As part of this project, the courts were restriped for tennis, as well as for basketball, futsal, and pickleball.
This project made improvements to the front entry and the public right-of-way in front of the International House on Piedmont Avenue to address public safety and ADA compliance.
An area that was formerly a lawn and non-native vegetation was transformed into a rich learning environment that inspires observation and investigation of wildlife and animal behavior, native plants and habitats, and species diversity.
NRLF Phase 4 provides 10 years of needed new storage capacity for low-use library materials of research value in the most cost-effective, economical manner for University of California libraries.
Refurbishments included replacing damaged roof shingles and flashing, restoration of the wood cornices, resealing and cleaning of exterior masonry and granite, and resealing the third-floor dormers and windows.
Stephens Hall opened in 1923 and was designed in Collegiate Gothic style by architect John Galen Howard. The building's exterior was a priority for repair to preserve the architectural heritage of the campus and to prevent future costly repairs due to avoidable weather damage.
A component of UC Berkeley’s range of actions to substantially reduce wildfire risk and minimize the potential for harmful effects of wildfire on people, property, and natural resources.