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Construction To Bring Changes to Main Campus

Traffic, Parking and Pedestrian Walkways to be Impacted

Beginning June 5, work associated with the construction of the new Science and Engineering Building (SEB) will begin. This will impact traffic, parking, and pedestrian routes on the south parts of Main Campus.

Some parking spaces will no longer be available due to the construction of the SEB. They are located in the Ximenes Avenue Lot and Ford Avenue Lot adjacent to the AET and BSE, as well as a portion of Bauerle Road Lot 1. If you currently park in those lots, please plan accordingly. 

Access to the south section of the Paseo Del Sur will be closed to faculty, staff, students and visitors from June 5 to August 20.

Location of Closure:

Date of Closure:

Greenbelt – construction site

June 5, 2017 – June 17, 2020

Bauerle Rd Lot 1

June 5, 2017 – June 17, 2020

Service drive entry – next to ART

June 5, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Ximenes Ave and Ford Rd lots – next to AET

June 5, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Ford Rd Lot (portion) – next to BSE

June 1, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Paseo del Sur (portion) – south side

June 1, 2017 – August 20, 2017

The Science and Engineering Building will provide classrooms, faculty offices and science and engineering research and instructional laboratories. It will also offer additional collaborative learning spaces for students. SEB will support the new Chemical Engineering degree program and the new College of Sciences Brain Health Institute. Also with a presence in the building are the departments of Biology and Chemistry, as well as a Maker Space for the College of Engineering. This building is part of UTSA’s strategic plan for providing state-of-the-art space for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and research. 

Construction on the SEB is projected to cost $95 million and to be the largest construction project in UTSA history. Funding was primarily from Tuition Revenue Bond proceeds.   

Review the initial construction zones and pedestrian paths map. Download the ADA-accessible routes.

Read about the building in UTSA Today. And the May article on utility ground breaking.

Stay up to date on all UTSA Facilities projects. For questions, please contact the Facilities Service Center or call (210) 458-4262 .

Learn more about parking changes at www.utsa.edu/campusservices/blog.html. Read about two new parking lots opening in August 2017.

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Updated 5-26-2017