Welcome to
The University of Alabama's
Capital Projects Portal.

This site provides a searchable database of major construction projects, past and current, at The University of Alabama.

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ONLINE MEETING INFORMATION DURING LIMITED BUSINESS OPERATIONS

While UA is limiting its business operations, we have taken the following steps with regard to bid openings and other meetings.  Starting March 24, 2020 these meetings will be moved online.  A list of meetings and links to join them online is available below. This listing will be updated regularly as more online meetings are set.  Additional projects will be added as scheduled and UA will provide updates as needed.  Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

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Major Road Closures Planned for Summer 2020

Roads impacted will include Bryant Drive, Hackberry Lane, and 6th Avenue. Wallace Wade Ave. and 4th Street are currently closed.

About 200 construction projects are completed each year on campus.

These range in size — from $10,000 to $100,000,000.

Currently, there is over $600 million worth of projects being designed and constructed.

This includes large projects like the Bryant-Denny Stadium Renovation project and New Tutwiler Residence Hall.

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PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMIC CENTER

A State-of-the-Art facility for Theatre & Dance

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT

New Tutwiler Residence Hall

Construction continues on the New Tutwiler Residence Hall, which will feature:

  • 1,284 beds in double occupancy units with en suite lavatories
  • Central courtyard
  • Fitness center
  • Julia’s Market
  • Storm shelter and multipurpose space
  • Keyless entry

CONTACT

Have questions or need information that you can’t find on our website? Shoot us an email at buildingbama@ua.edu.

Need to talk to a person? Give us a call at (205) 348-5950. If you have questions about the website, ask for Megan Whitten Cordingly.