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Learn about the development of the ONE VCU Sustainability Plan, a comprehensive roadmap for achieving meaningful and impactful sustainability goals at VCU and VCU Health.
Read about the City of Richmond Public Works’ upcoming construction on Broad Street that will begin on Monday, April 11, 2022, and is expected to be completed by fall 2023, weather permitting. Throughout the project, there will be intermittent travel lane, parking lane and sidewalk closures.
Visit the AIAB page to learn about SWaM, supplier diversity opportunities, and project trades and vendors that are needed for the project.
Click the link above for information for the notice of invitation for bids for the Sally Bell’s Demolition. The bid deadline is May 3, 2022, at 11 a.m. and the bid opening is May 4, 2022 at 11 a.m.
Capital construction projects
Positioned on the southeast corner of Broad and Belvidere streets, across from the ICA at the Markel Center at VCU and steps away from Fortune 500 companies and local startups, a new AIAB will provide a launchpad for critical digital and creative economy initiatives both on campus and in the city. A new building will optimize VCU’s arts innovation programs by bringing them together under one roof.
Construction of the new 168,000 square foot Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Building is underway at 805 W. Franklin Street. The new building will house lab, classroom and office space for the College of Humanities and Sciences. Work began in spring 2020 with the demolition of the existing Franklin Street Gym, the site of the new STEM Building.
The 133,000 square foot Engineering Research Building – located at the Northeast corner of Cary and Belvidere Streets, adjacent and connected to Snead Hall – was completed and opened in February 2021. The facility significantly expands the College of Engineering's laboratory capacity and serves as a collaboration hub for students and faculty.