• Walkway between Bailey Howe and Central Campus Residence Hall
  • Walkway between Bailey Howe and Central Campus Residence Hall

The University of Vermont is home to more than 150 buildings, many of them listed on the Historic Register, that span two centuries of architectural styles.

In coordinating major renovation projects, Facilities Design and Construction works to balance the preservation of these historical treasures with the current and future needs of the University's students, faculty, staff and visitors. In addition, we work with the University and outside contractors, consultants and building officials to improve the built environment through the creation of contemporary, well-designed and constructed structures that blend in seamlessly with our beautiful 200-plus-year-old campus, paying strict attention to sustainable design parameters and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification standards developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.

See some of our featured projects below.

Billings - front of building

Billings Library Renovation

Completion scheduled Spring 2018

The renovation of this facility will include a phased approach for the historic structure and the upper level of the 1984 addition.

The relocation of the Special Collections from Bailey Howe will occur over the summer of 2018.

Given glass building

New Research Laboratory & Given Building Renovation

Completion scheduled TBD

The objective of this project is to construct approximately 60,000 gross square feet of new laboratory research space adjacent to the Health Science Research Facility (HSRF) and move an equivalent amount of space from the Given Building into the new structure.

overview of athletic area on campus

On Campus Multipurpose Center

Completion scheduled TBD

On-Campus Multipurpose Center as its highest priority facilities need in the Capital Plan for the institution. The Patrick/Forbush/Gutterson Complex, will receive an upgrade and expansion to UVM’s athletic facilities to better accommodate health, fitness, wellness, academic, athletic, events, and related programs.