The existing 1969, 66,765-square-foot building will undergo a complete renovation including upgrades to address seismic, accessibility, programmatic, and fire life safety needs. Upon completion, the following fine arts programs will be housed within the building: Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Ceramics, 3D Art, and Jewelry making); Photography; Music; Media and Communications; Recital Hall; Galleries; gathering spaces, and associated support spaces. The renovation will fully replace all mechanical, electrical, low voltage, and plumbing systems. The programmatic spaces will receive state-of-the-art theatrical, acoustical, and audio-visual upgrades.
Project Costs: Measure J=$43,600,871; State=$20,889,000
Architect of Record: DLR Group
Construction Manager: Sundt Construction, Inc.
Project Manager: Allison Coburn
Program Management: MAAS Companies
Anticipated Construction Start: February 2024
Anticipated Construction Completion: Winter 2026
Fine Arts Renovation - Project Site
- Building users begin moving to Swing Space Fine Arts: August 2023
- Bidding and selection process of trade contractors: Fall 2023
- Construction start: February 2024
- Landscape removal and demolition around the perimeter of the building: February 2024