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Several major building construction projects were announced during the 2013-14 academic year including Jenkins Hall and Nanovic Hall; the new facility for the School of Architecture; the Campus Crossroads Project; Phase 1 of a new research complex; and two new undergraduate residence halls. Work began in March 2014 to extend utilities to these future building sites.

This site will provide the latest information on road closures, parking lot changes and faculty, staff and student parking shuttles as construction takes place on the Notre Dame campus. 

View a complete listing of the University’s Summer_2016_major_construction_and_renewal_projects.pdf.

News

Ricci Family Fields and Geothermal Well Field Project

Author: Department of Facilities Design & Operations

On Monday, July 25, 2016, work began on the construction of the Ricci Family Fields and geothermal well field project. The project is at the north end of campus immediately west of the Stinson Rugby field near Stepan Center. The project will involve a phased excavation of the site, drilling of approximately 679 geothermal wells, the construction of three new synthetic turf fields, and construction of a new support building for use by the Notre Dame Marching Band.…

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Parking updates

Author: Parking Services

Dear Colleagues,

As we can all agree, this has been an unusually disruptive summer for parking on campus. We recognize the ongoing construction has resulted in an often inconvenient parking experience, so we want to thank you for your continued patience and understanding this summer. Fortunately, many projects are nearing completion, and status updates are provided below:…

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Parking Feedback

Suggestions and comments are welcome and can be submitted to the Parking Office via email at parking@nd.edu.

Jenkins Hall and Nanovic Hall

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Hesburgh Library renovations

This is a multi-phased process which began in December of 2014 and will span several years. The focus is on a bold and total space transformation that creates connections among scholars, services and resources; enhances teaching and research; and inspires learning and discovery for Notre Dame students and faculty in the digital age. 
Click here for news and updates.