Current Projects

New building from west

Science Building

demolition: Summer 2021
construction of new science building: January 2022 - January 2024
renovation of existing science building: February 2024 - August 2024

design build team: DPR/SmithGroup
architect: SmithGroup
general contractor: DPR Construction

Rendering of building entrance from Font Blvd

George and Judy Marcus Hall for the Liberal and Creative Arts

scheduled completion: December 2020

architect: Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects
landscape architect: SWA Group
general contractor: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
construction camera for Marcus Hall

see a timelapse of Marcus Hall construction to date

Rendering of courtyard

Manzanita Square / Student Housing

completed: Summer 2020

development partner: American Campus Communities and Pacific Union Development Company
architect: Gould Evans
general contractor: Build Group
construction camera for Manzanita Square

see a timelapse of the Manzanita Square construction

More Projects

Since the move of the Sutro Library—part of the California State Library, into the new library on campus, the building at 480 Winston Drive has been used primarily for storage. The facility, which had been constructed as a temporary modular building, had begun to experience significant deterioration. The university is currently demolishing the structure. Demolition will be completed by late spring 2021. For additional information about the Sutro Library, please visit: www.library.ca.gov/sutro/

Information coming soon. Please email ScienceSurge@sfsu.edu with questions.

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Questions?

Maritza Delgadillo, Director of Capital Project Management

Ron Kirkpatrick, Director of Capital Planning and Special Projects

Boris Nemirovskiy, Director of Construction and Inspection

For general questions, please contact build@sfsu.edu

Capital Project Management provides guidance and assistance through the development process, coordinating consultants and contractors from planning to occupancy.