TCU Under Construction Buildings

Information on Buildings Under Construction at TCU

The Texas Christian University system continues to grow every day, which presents the problem of providing enough space for each program and student comfortably. As a result, the university has an under-construction sign somewhere on its campus year-round. To give everyone a better idea of what new buildings are popping up on campus, here’s a quick rundown of buildings under construction.

Amon G. Carter Stadium

The stadium was originally built in 1929 and is undergoing renovations on the east side. The expansion adds luxury seating above the upper deck on the east side of the stadium. Along with two private clubs, over a 1,000 club seats, and adding 20 more luxury seats. Finally, there will be a 100-foot balcony overlooking Frog alley and Downtown Fort Worth.

Neeley School of Business Construction Site

This construction is an addition to the School of Business. The new facility will have more classrooms and learning spaces, a large auditorium, and the latest tech advances. Additionally, the new building will allure many new students across the country to TCU because of its high quality.

The Harrison

The construction of this facility is to be the new Administration Building. This opportunity combines all of the departments into one location and symbolizes a new entry point into campus. Because of the construction, the nearby Reserved Lot M is closed for the construction crew.

TCU Music Center

This new construction is already a hot topic in the Fort Worth and music community. This beautifully designed 700 person concert hall is still under construction but is already hosting major music events. The facility is intended to connect other key buildings on campus and create more common and green spaces for students. Furthermore, the buildings being connected are the Mary Couts Burnett Library, Rees-Jones Hall, and the J.M. Moudy Visual Arts Communication Building.


Unfortunately, the date of completion of these buildings is unknown. For more information on these buildings check out TCUs interactive map.

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