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University Facility Fee Advisory Board (UFFAB)

Colorado State University


UFFAB-Funded Projects in Process

Animal Sciences

Funds

  • $4 million total, all from UFFAB funds

Description

The Animal Sciences Building is a 41,558gsf building located on the Main Campus. The building was built in 1959, and with limited upgrades over the years is in need of revitalization. This upgrade will focus on classroom and energy efficiency upgrades.

Forestry

Funds

  • $2.8 million total, all from UFFAB funds

Description

The Forestry Building is a 27,046gsf building located on the Main Campus. The building was built in 1937 and has had some recent upgrades to the HVAC system, but significant deficiencies remain. This project will address life safety issues, handicapped access and general classroom upgrades.

Miscellaneous Classroom Upgrades for Anatomy Zoology, Gifford, Shepardson and Physiology Buildings

Funds

  • $1 million total, all from UFFAB funds

Description

This project will fund general upgrades to classrooms in each of these buildings.