Construction & Community Updates

Building SDSU Mission Valley

San Diego State University broke ground on SDSU Mission Valley Monday, Aug. 17, 2020. 

Contact us with construction questions or concerns by calling the SDSU Mission Valley hotline number at 619-937-3737. You may also reach out to us via email at [email protected]

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Construction Site Livestream:


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SDSU Mission Valley Construction Site Camera

Construction Site Updates

As construction continues on Friars Road, daytime and nighttime traffic control measures will be in effect on Friars Road between Northside Drive and the Mission Village Drive off-ramp. Two eastbound and westbound lanes will be open to motorists through Friday, July 22, as illustrated in the Friars Road roadwork traffic control map. And beginning Sunday, July 24, a different section of Friars Road between Northside Drive and the Mission Village Drive off-ramp will be under construction. Please note that although the work zone will change, two eastbound and westbound lanes will remain open to motorists, as illustrated in the Friars Road continued roadwork traffic control map

As construction continues on Friars Road, an additional lane will reopen in each direction. The full-time lane closure of one eastbound lane will last through the beginning of June. Two eastbound lanes and all westbound lanes will be open to motorists, as illustrated in the Friars Road roadwork traffic control map.

During the full-time closure of San Diego Mission Road, traffic will be redirected around construction, as illustrated in the San Diego Mission Road roadwork detour map. Additional closures to San Diego Mission Road are not anticipated once it reopens.

Full-time traffic control measures will be in effect on Friars Road. One lane will be open for eastbound motorists, and two lanes will be open for westbound motorists, as illustrated in the traffic control map. Please also note the Mission Village Drive off-ramp will be closed throughout construction on Friars Road. Reference the traffic control map for information about the detour route to access San Diego Mission Road and Mission Village Drive.

Daytime and nighttime traffic control measures will be in effect on Friars Road. Two lanes will be open for both eastbound and westbound motorists from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., as illustrated in the daytime traffic control map. And one lane will be open for eastbound motorists and two lanes will be open for westbound motorists from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., as illustrated in the nighttime traffic control map. Please also note the Mission Village Drive off-ramp will be closed throughout construction on Friars Road. Reference the nighttime traffic control map for information about the detour route to access San Diego Mission Road and Mission Village Drive.

Daytime and nighttime traffic control measures will be in effect on Friars Road. Two lanes will be open for both eastbound and westbound motorists from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., as illustrated in the daytime traffic control map. And one lane will be open for eastbound motorists and two lanes will be open for westbound motorists from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., as illustrated in the nighttime traffic control map. The number one/fast lane will remain closed during both the morning and evening throughout the construction on Friars Road.

The full-time closure of the Mission Village Drive off-ramp eastbound at Friars Road is anticipated to last through the beginning of February. During this timeframe, traffic will be redirected around construction as illustrated in the Mission Village Drive roadwork detour map.

During the full-time closure of San Diego Mission Road, traffic will be redirected around construction as illustrated in the San Diego Mission Road roadwork detour map.

  • Nov. 14 through Dec. 11, 2021 - The overnight closure of San Diego Mission Road is occurring between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. During this timeframe, traffic will be detoured around construction, and traffic control measures will be in effect during the daytime while San Diego Mission Road is open to motorists.
  • July 29 through Sept. 24, 2021 - Overnight lane closures are occurring adjacent to the SDSU Mission Valley site on Friars Road between Stadium Way and Mission Village Drive, causing short-term lane closures between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. During this timeframe, one eastbound lane and one westbound lane will be open to motorists.
  • July 14, 2021 - San Diego State University and Clark Construction Group held a steel topping-out ceremony for Aztec Stadium. With the final steel beam hoisted into place on the southeast scoreboard, the structural steel operations for the stadium have finished. More information can be found on the NewsCenter story: Steel Construction Completed at Aztec Stadium
  • April 15, 2021 - The SDSU Mission Valley construction site livestream went live, allowing the public to view our progress on the ground in real-time.
  • March 22, 2021 - The last light tower and upper bowl area of San Diego Stadium came down, making it no longer visible from the I-8 and I-15 freeways. The plaza level will be demolished over the next few months with the complete demolition commencing at the end of the summer.
  • Jan. 19, 2021 - Stadium Bike Path Detour: During construction of SDSU Mission Valley, the Stadium Bike Path is being rerouted for the safety of cyclists. The portion of the bike path on the SDSU Mission Valley site will be closed during construction. Stadium Bike detour map showing the temporary detour. Signage has been placed along the route. Following completion of construction in 2023, the community will have access to additional bike infrastructure including improvements to the Stadium Bike Path along the eastern side of the site.
  • Oct. 16, 2020 - The SDSU Mission Valley construction site camera went live, allowing the public to have a look at our progress on the ground by viewing snapshots of the construction site.
  • Sept. 15, 2020 - San Diego State University and its athletic department announced it will expedite its work on the construction site adjacent to SDCCU Stadium. The existing stadium will now be demolished in the first quarter of 2021. Aztec Stadium is still scheduled to open in fall 2022. More information can be found on the NewsCenter story: Football to Play at Dignity Health Sports Park in 2021.

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