Construction of Betty Irene Moore Hall remains on track for fall 2017 completion.

Construction continues on Betty Irene Moore Hall, the future home of the School of Nursing. The metal framing and exterior facade are near completion, along with much of the ductwork and insulation. When complete, the 70-thousandsquare foot building will consist of 30.5 tons of HVAC ductwork, 12,000 linear feet of plumbing piping, 580 tons of structural steel and 13,500 square feet of polished concrete. Most importantly, the space will accommodate the growing enrollment and innovative curriculum of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and other health science professions at UC Davis.

Renovated education space in the Administrative Support Building opened for class use in September.

In September, 16,000 square feet of newly renovated space in the building adjacent to Betty Irene Moore Hall opened to students in nursing and health sciences education. This much-needed space complements existing classrooms and expands capabilities within the education core of the UC Davis Sacramento campus. Master’s Entry Program in Nursing students, along with physician assistant and nurse practitioner students, are using the newly remodeled spaces regularly.

Construction on Betty Irene Moore Hall is expected to be complete by fall 2017.

View the project to date as of October 2016