The University of Alabama on the Birmingham campus is in a state of upheaval – valued at around $ 335 million.

Several major projects will be built this summer to construct or renovate new or old buildings around campus, from a basketball practice facility to a dormitory.

One of the largest ongoing projects is the new UAB Science and Engineering Complex, in which the basic sciences will be located.

“This building represents a significant investment not only in the future of our students and the future of this university, but also in the future world-changing research that will shape our technology, communication platforms, food and water sources, geopolitics, healthcare and the global economy, and the sustainability of our planet, ”reads a statement posted on the UAB College of Arts and Sciences website.

Science and engineering complex. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Science and engineering complex, phase 1

900 block of 14th Street South

What: New building for biology, physics and chemistry teaching laboratories

Cost: $ 76 million

Status: In progress, completed in summer 2023

McCallum Building for Basic Health Sciences

McCallum Building for Basic Health Sciences. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

McCallum Building for Basic Health Sciences

1918 University Boulevard

What: Complete interior and exterior renovation

Cost: $ 78 million

Status: in progress, completed June 2024

Information technology center

Center for information technology. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Information technology center

1701 9th Avenue South

What: New technology and innovation center for UAB information technology

Cost: $ 26 million

Building for physical education

Building for physical education. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Renovation of the sports class building for basketball practice area

608 13th Street South

What: Complete renovation of the building and addition to the basketball practice facility

Cost: $ 7.775 million

Status: in progress, completed February 2022

Altec Styslinger building for genomic medicine and data science

Altec Styslinger building for genomic medicine and data science. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Altec Styslinger building for genomic medicine and data science

7th Avenue South and 19th Street South

What: Complete building renovation and expansion of the existing Lyons-Harrison research building

Cost: $ 75 million

Status: in progress, completed June 2024

McMahon Residence Hall

McMahon Dorm. Photo courtesy of the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

McMahon Residence Hall

1600 10th Avenue Street

What: New dormitory with 720 beds, completed this earlier this year

Cost: $ 72 million

Status: Ready, will be occupied in autumn 2021