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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 2019 Major Construction and Renewal Projects


Sorin Court traffic circle to be closed most of the week of August 24

Author: NDWorks

Due to large truck and crane activity, Sorin Court, north of the Main Building, will be closed to traffic between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday Aug. 24–27. While the Main Building parking lot will be open to those with permits, the traffic circle will be blocked. Delivery trucks often park in the circle to deliver packages to the Main Building. During this time, delivery trucks will need to park in the St. Liam Lot and walk packages to the building. Anyone expecting large deliveries during this time frame is encouraged to let vendors know of the closure of Sorin Court ahead of time. See traffic map.

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Pandemic impacts campus construction routines

Author: Marissa Gebhard

There are some jobs that cannot be done remotely. For example, every day, five construction administrators, led by Tony Polotto, director of quality assurance, visit dozens of campus construction sites — major capital projects such as Johnson Family Hall, Corby Hall and McKenna Hall, as well as numerous renovation projects on campus including labs and offices in McCourtney Hall, Harper Hall and Cushing Hall, among others. The team must ensure that design plans are meticulously followed and that work is being done safely and with a high degree of quality. 

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Hesburgh Library renovations


This is a multi-phased process which began in December of 2014 and is spanning 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. 
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