University of Wisconsin-Madison
Camp Randall Student Athlete Performance Center

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.

From working with our staff to resolving the unexpected issues that come up in every building project I found JP Cullen to be team players looking out for the best interests of UW-Athletics and keeping us informed. Timelines promised have been kept, budgets have been maintained and the quality of work is outstanding.

Jason King
Associate Athletic Director , 
University of Wisconsin-Madison