Facilities Development and Capital Budget

The Facilities Development & Capital Budget Office at Western Washington University will present summer construction project information from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in Haggard Hall Room 253.

Most projects won’t begin until after June commencement, but office…

Welcome back to all! Over the past several months I have visited most of the colleges and have had the opportunity to meet department chairs and staff to hear their concerns and suggestions. Some suggestions have been catalysts for quick changes while others will take longer to implement. Our…

The contractor working to finish the brick paving work near Wilson Library and the Humanities Building expects to complete the work by Sept. 26.

In the meantime, he'll minimize and clean up the remaining work areas and open up some of the walkways for travel. By the end of this week,…

The Western Washington University community may preview summer construction projects on campus at a town hall meeting from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 21, in Haggard Hall Room 253.

Project managers from the Office of Facilities Development and Capital Budget will present updated…

This week, Western Washington University is converting 10 single-occupancy men’s and women’s restrooms on campus to gender-neutral and family restrooms. Eight of the 10 restrooms are ADA accessible.

The Equal Opportunity Office coordinated this effort, with support from…

Tuition will not increase next year for resident undergrads at Western Washington University—who make up approximately 88 percent of WWU’s student body—according to the university’s 2013-2014 operating budget, approved last week by its board of trustees.
Resident ungraduate students at WWU…

Western Washington University is pleased to have received $18.8 million in capital funding from the state for new projects that will preserve and upgrade classrooms, labs, buildings and campus infrastructure.

Projects include:

$4,746,000 Classroom and Lab Upgrades Phase 2…

Construction of the multipurpose field on the south side of campus is in full swing, with workers doing major ground-clearing of the area.

The project includes construction of an all-weather artificial turf field, bleachers, restroom facilities, field lighting, electrical service,…

The contractor for the project to repair the roof of the Ross Engineering Technology Building will set up the project staging area at ET on Thursday, June 20. A vacuum truck will be located on the south side of ET (near Arntzen Hall). On Saturday, June 22, the vacuum truck will be used to remove…

One of the roads heading to Western Washington University's south campus will be closed for summer starting Monday, June 17, for construction.

A portion of South College Drive will be closed to vehicles and bikes through Sept. 6 as crews work on the university's multipurpose…

Subscribe to Facilities Development and Capital Budget