Building Bama

The front exterior of Drummond Lyon Hall

Building Bama: What’s New this Fall

Several new facilities opened ahead of the start of the new school year.

The Tutwiler Energy Plant on the top floor of the Tutwiler Hall parking deck

Building Bama: Tutwiler Energy Plant

These tubes provide chilled water for cooling buildings in a more efficient and sustainable manner. 

Construction signs frame the an antebellum-style building

UA Plans University Club Renovations and Re-Opening

As a working laboratory, the renewed University Club will support the University’s mission and the community.

The trolley tracks intact under a layer of pavement on University Boulevard

Trolley Tracks Unearthed on University Boulevard

During a recent UA construction project, old trolley tracks were unearthed along University Boulevard near Gallalee Hall.  

The front exterior of McLure Library

Building Bama: McLure Library

A transformational renovation will better serve the College of Education, School of Library and Information Sciences and campus.

The Randall Welcome Center sign in front of Bryce Main

Building Bama: What’s New for Fall 2022

The campus continues to evolve as progress is made on several construction and renovation projects.

The top of the water tower through trees on the quad

Building Bama: Water Tower to Enhance Water Distribution

The newest and most visible addition to the northwest edge of campus will bring much-needed water distribution improvements to the UA campus and surrounding area.

The exterior of the Parker Haun Tennis Facility between two tennis courts

Building Bama: Parker-Haun Tennis Facility

UA Adapted Athletics officially opened the Parker-Haun Tennis Facility, the only collegiate tennis facility in the nation for adapted student-athletes, in October.

photograph of the exterior of Hewson Hall

Building Bama: Hewson Hall

The start of the academic year brought a new beginning for UA’s Culverhouse College of Business.

The Second Avenue Overpass and a train moving below it

Building Bama: What’s New Around Campus

The University of Alabama is constantly evolving through construction and renovation projects to enhance the learning, teaching, living and research experience for students, faculty and staff.