• Student Union Interior Construction
  • Staying Connected - Zoom
  • Student Union Rendering
  • Construction of Student Union
  • Hard hats at the North Residential Area groundbreaking
  • Boyden Recreational Fields
  • McGuirk Stadium Bubble
  • McGuirk Stadium Rendering
  • Chiller Plant
  • The Rec Center floor
  • Integrated Design Building
  • Jeff Quackenbush, Ed Blaguszewski and Shane Conklin at the NLSB
  • The Integrative Learning Center
  • The Life Science Laboratories
  • The Commonwealth Honors College Residential Complex
  • Isenberg School of Management

Building tomorrow today.


The Design & Construction Management Division is an authorized agent of the state's Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAM).  We're responsible for all capital projects, plant adaptation, and other non-maintenance construction on state property within the University of Massachusetts Amherst.​

Student Union

A Directory of Student Services and RSO Relocations During Student Union Renovation is HERE

While the Student Union is being renovated, student services, buisnesses and registered organizations (RSOs) have been temporarily relocated elsewhere on campus.  Find out where on the Student Union Project page.

The John Olver Design Building continues to set the standard for sustainable design practices, and has been awarded as the COTE® Top Ten Plus  2020 Award by the AIA for it's social, economic, and ecological value for the environment.


Congratulations to Hunter Apteker and Robson Stewert! Each have received a scholarship for their leadership and outstanding academic achievements during the 2020 academic year in the Building Construction and Technology department at Umass.



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This month's featured project:

Worcester Commons

Worcester DC - architect's renderingWhile maintaining the operation of the existing Worcester Dining Commons, a new 87,000 SF building will be constructed on the site that is currently Parking Lot 63 north of the Integrated Science Center.  The building will contain the new Worcester Commons, a ground-floor retail food café, the commercial bakery currently located at Hamden, and a restaurant.   A “Neighborhood Center” of student spaces is also planned including lounges, meeting rooms, a fitness center, a contemplative space, and music practice rooms.  The project is scheduled for completion for the Fall, 2020 semester..


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