Campus Crossroads Project - University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, Indiana

| Education

The Campus Crossroads Project is the largest building initiative in the history of the University of Notre Dame.  The $400 million project includes construction of more than 750,000 square feet of classroom, research, student facility, digital media, performance, meeting, event and hospitality space.  The facility will be housed in three buildings attached to the west, east and south sides of the University’s iconic football stadium. 

The overall design features three new structures attached to and serving the stadium – a west building for student life initiatives, an east building for the Anthropology and Psychology Departments and a digital media center, and a south building for the Department of Music and the Sacred Music program. The east and west buildings also will include some 3,000 to 4,000 premium seats for the football stadium with supporting club amenities.

With recent experience partnering on the "Daytona Rising" project, Barton Malow selected FC to provide the same services at Campus Crossroads that had supported the Daytona International Speedway project.  FC is delivering workforce screening, badging, job site access control and workforce monitoring, and reporting services to the project.  One of the challenges faced by the project is the physical size and the dynamic landscape of the project.  This requires jobsite access control portals to be portable and for FC to provide fast and trouble-free relocation as the project requirements change.  In providing these services, FC is utilizing the FC Turnstile - a standard full height turnstile - to control pedestrian traffic and utilizing the FC mobile app, FC Jobsite, to control vehicle gates, register and badge guests, and provide job site access to the training, certification, and safety violation history of each worker.

Project Highlights

  • FC Onsite badging and RFID association
  • Pedestrian access control using FC Turnstile – a unique approach to the delivery of re-locatable full height turnstiles which reduce and eliminate the need of security guards.
  • RFID badge recognition and gate actuation
  • Real-time reporting of workforce movement answering:
    • Who’s on site?
    • When did they arrive?
    • When did they leave?
  • Weekly reporting of workforce statistics:
    • Total jobs created
    • Jobs created by county of residence
    • MWDB Participation

Project Partners

  • University of Notre Dame
  • Barton Malow