The Park Row Apartments consist of four new upperclass residence halls with 88 total beds located east of Chamberlain Hall.
The first occupants of the newly renovated Boody-Johnson House moved in during August 2019.
Phase II of the Whittier Field project included the construction of a one-story 8,780 square foot support facility that houses locker, training, and equipment rooms and public restrooms. Also included in the scope is the completion of the east end of the bleacher system installed fall 2017. The College broke ground for the new building in June 2018 and it opened in February 2019.
The Roux Center leverages the interdisciplinary pedagogy already common among the academic departments envisioned as users of the facility. As a center of environmental education, the facility also serves as a teaching lab of sustainable and innovative building technologies.
This renovation included replacing the existing grass field with artificial turf and adding lights, seating, and a new press box, along with an expansion of the current six-lane track to the eight lanes required to host championship track meets.
The replacement of "Boiler #3" in the heating plant was completed in January 2017.
This project was done in multiple phases and over a 4 year period and included upgrades of the infrastructure and student rooms as well as restoration of the building's façade.
Completed: 2016Renovations to the Harriet BeecherStowe House at 63 Federal Street were completed in April 2016.
The wood framed house at 254 Maine Street was renovated and became the Office of Student Aid.
This building located at 216 Maine Street was renovated and now houses administrative offices, including the Controller, Institutional Research, Analytics & Consulting, and Human Resources departments.
This property formerly known as the Stevens Home, underwent renovations to accommodate up to 35 students in 20 sleeping rooms.
Construction of a new boathouse for the sailing team at the Coastal Studies Center.
This project was an adaptive re-use of the former Longfellow Elementary School, transforming it into a new center for Visual and Performing Arts.
This heat and power project utilized excess steam energy to generate electricity for campus consumption, offsetting electricity currently purchased from the grid.
The health and fitness center ushered in a new era of wellness at Bowdoin.
Completed: 2009The new 70,520 square foot ice arena is adjacent to Farley Field House and has a seating capacity of 1,900.
Completed: 2008The renovation was designed to respect and preserve the traditional architecture of this landmark building. The outcome of all of this effort is a modern classroom building within a 150-year-old structure.
Completed: 2007New architectural elements include a new glass and bronze pavilion, a floating steel staircase, and a glass curtain wall that displays the Assyrian reliefs
Completed: 2007The renovations to "The Bricks" - Bowdoin's six historic first-year residence halls included new three-room quad configurations, elevators, windows, roofs, and common spaces.
Completed: 2007The renovation provided the College with a state-of-the-art Kanbar Auditorium musical performance facility.
Completed: 2006The renovations included approximately 3,000 square feet of textbook space, administrative offices, conference room, and stock room
Completed: 2006Construction of two new first year residence halls at the corner of Coffin Street and South Street.
Completed: 2004Each tower was dismantled stone by stone and then rebuilt utilizing modern technology in order to last well into the next century.
Completed: 2004A new 26,000 square feet academic building to house the Psychology Department, Learning Center, Education Department, and the Writing Project.