The Camp Randall Student Athlete Performance Center (SAPC) was a three-phase project for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Department that broke ground in January of 2012 and finished in December of 2013.
The $74 million construction project was executed in three phases. Phases 1 and 2 included a new entrance tunnel from the lower level of the McClain Center to the Camp Randall playing field, field turf replacement, new locker rooms and lounges, a sports medicine center, a weight room and a nutrition area. Phase 3 involved an entirely new build-out on the north end of the stadium: the 30,000 square foot Fetzer Academic Center. The new center contains study rooms, tutoring space and computer labs.