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Learn about VCU's plan to de-commemorate buildings and monuments on campus that honor historical figures with ties to the Confederacy, name a School of the Arts building after a former dean and allow the Department of African American Studies to rename its academic building.
Read more about the notice of invitation for bid for the construction/renovation of the COE nitrogen generator.
Read about construction efforts for the new 168,000 square foot STEM Building and the pedestrian detour while the building is under construction.
Construction of the new 168,000 square foot Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Building is underway at 805 W. Franklin Street, which 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. For more information, click STEM Building image above to visit the ONE VCU Master Plan website.
The 133,000 square foot Engineering Research Building (ERB) – 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. To learn more, click the building image above to visit the ONE VCU Master Plan website.
The 154,000 square foot, 8-story College of Health Professions Building located at 900 E Leigh Street on the MCV Campus has been completed and opened in March 2019. The facility houses 11 of the college’s units for the first time under one roof, which were previously scattered throughout the VCU campus. This allows students and faculty to collaborate and work together to best serve patients. For more information, click the building image above.