Browse through completed campus projects to get a better idea of the scale and type of work Design and Construction Management implements across the university in support of UC Davis' teaching, research and engagement mission.
How does the universe work? Interior renovations of the Physical Sciences Library’s second and third floors will facilitate the answer to this, and other questions, by creating innovative collaboration spaces.
This College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CA&ES) project brings multiple, high-tech greenhouses to UC Davis, where faculty and students are conducting innovative research to keep plants plentiful, nutritious and resilient.
UC Davis is already home to the largest public installation of a controlled environment facility in the nation. In fall 2019, we will further secure our research excellence in this area when this expansion is complete.
Cruess Hall is being renovated to provide multimedia classrooms, a wood shop, metal shop and a 90-seat screening and lecture hall. In addition, contractors will demolish a 5,000 square foot building and replace it with a new entry lobby and 200-seat screening and lecture hall designed to accommodate our campus’s cinema and digital media program.
To improve electrical power reliability, provide capacity for growth, allow for operational flexibility and minimize the impact of major power outages, our campus is adding a new transformer to the electrical substation.
To safely accommodate the increasing number of cars, bikes and pedestrians going to and from the campus’s expanding Gateway District, this project — majority-funded by the Federal Highway Administration — replaces a 32-foot-wide, almost- 70-year-old bridge with a seismically safe 52-foot-wide span that includes standard sidewalks and bike lanes.