University of California Berkeley
Capital Projects
 

Campbell Hall Replacement Project


Rendering of new Campbell Hall

Campbell Hall is being replaced with a new facility that will house the departments of Astronomy and Physics, including the Center for Integrated Precision and Quantum Measurement, a high stability, low noise research facility. The new Campbell will also include a roof top observatory; a radio observatory; research facilities; faculty and staff offices; and other support spaces. Construction is expected to continue through 2014.

This project is being implemented in accordance with UC Berkeley green building practices and is registered to receive a LEED Silver rating. Construction funded in part with a grant from The U.S. Department of Commerce, NIST.

There are a number of temporary changes to circulation around Campbell that will be in place throughout construction. They include:

 Links to Resources:  [Adobe Acrobat 10.0 PDF]

Campbell Replacement Addendum

Weekly Construction Update

 

WEBCAMS

Campbell Hall Project Webcam

EarthCam perspective from Evans Hall rooftop - 15 minute increments.

Webcam of the Campbell Hall Replacement project

Courtesy of Joseph W. Richards, Ph.D. NSF-CDI Postdoctoral Researcher Center for Time Domain Informatics Department of Astronomy, UC Berkeley. The webcam - set up in Evans Hall - uploads a new image of Campbell every 15 minutes to this website: http://lyra.berkeley.edu/cftdi_webcam/campbell.jpg

 


   

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  Last edited on 06/12/2014.