Alerts and outages

Summary of alerts and outages, in date order.
When Where What Type
Apr. 26, 2021 to Aug. 31, 2022 Fitzrandolph Road (Western Way to Faculty) Road closed, Fitzrandolph, until Aug 2022 Road closure
Nov. 22, 2021 to Dec. 30, 2022 Tiger Lane, Nursery Road, West Windsor Fields Tiger Lane, Nursery Road & West Windsor Fields closed Road closure
Dec. 22, 2021 to Aug. 31, 2022 Ivy Lane/Western Way between Washington and Fitzrandolph Road and Parking Lot closures, Ivy/Western Way, starting Dec. 22 Road closure
Jan. 31, 2022 to Dec. 31, 2023 Parking Lots 4, 5, 14, 25, 26 Lots 14 & 25 Close, Pedestrian Detours Ivy Lane/Western Way Sidewalk closure
Apr. 25, 2022 to Jul. 1, 2022 306 Alexander sidewalk Sidewal Closure, 306 Alexander, begins April 25 Sidewalk closure
Jul. 5, 2022 to Jul. 8, 2022 Edwards Hall Elm Drive partially closed 8am-4pm, July 5-8 Road closure, Sidewalk closure
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  • Mar. 28, 2022

    Please plan ahead, these Facilities Services will be unavailable from April 18 to June 10 as we support our University’s year-end events.

  • Mar. 21, 2022

    Justin Walter, formerly deputy director of expense and capital budget for the New York City Office of Management & Budget, has been named Princeton’s assistant vice president for facilities finance and administrative services. He starts at Princeton on March 21. 

  • May. 21, 2021

    Princeton University will undergo one of the most extensive building programs in its history over the next decade — adding some 3 million square feet in new construction to house more students, expand research facilities, and replace aging buildings and infrastructure. Construction on this scale could pose enormous sustainability challenges. Princeton, however, is embracing it as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to lay the foundation needed to achieve “net-zero” greenhouse gas emissions before mid-century.   

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  • Oct. 20, 2020

    As part of Princeton University's goal to achieve climate neutrality by 2046, we are advancing our use of geo-exchange technology. Investing in geo-exchange projects, with enough capacity to serve the entire campus, will enable Princeton to phase out nonrenewable energy sources, including natural gas burned today to produce steam heat. Check out our new What is Geo-Exchange? flyer to understand how geo-exchange works, how we are not installing geothermal wells, and how our infrastructure projects work together to advance geo-exchange technology across campus.

  • Mar. 15, 2022

    Every department in Facilities provides a significant contribution to construction on campus whether it be financial, design, planning or operational. In celebration of Women in Construction Week (March 6 - 12) and National Women's History Month we are highlighting some of the women of the Facilities organization that help us achieve success.

  • Jan. 13, 2022

    Princeton University is building a new parking garage on campus. Knowing that concrete is one of the world’s top sources of carbon emissions, the University chose a concrete mix that has a lower carbon footprint. But will it pass the test from the University's structural health engineers? This video shows one example of Princeton's impactful Campus as Lab initiative. 

  • Nov. 22, 2021

    For Princeton University to meet its energy needs, along with its goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by its 300th anniversary in 2046, a complete rethinking is required on how energy is used and supplied in every lab, every office, every dorm room, in each parking lot and garage — even on pathways and playing fields. The groundwork for this massive undertaking is being installed now as the University undergoes one of the most extensive building programs in its history over the next decade.

  • Oct. 27, 2021

    Princeton’s co-generation energy plant began supplying power, heating and cooling to campus 25 years ago this month, and it will continue to play a significant role as the University drives toward its goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2046.

  • Sep. 10, 2021

    From addressing climate change to developing new ways of delivering vaccines, Princeton’s proposed engineering and environmental studies project will enable breakthrough teaching and research in the service of humanity while enhancing the public experience of the surrounding neighborhood.

  • Sep. 2, 2021

    After more than three years of planning, pandemic setbacks, and moving collections out and back, Princeton University Library’s (PUL) Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library is reopening its doors to the University community. Modernizing the building’s fire suppression system was the renovation’s original impetus, but ultimately, many parts of the library were upgraded to provide an additional classroom, more efficient environmental controls, better lighting, enhanced security, and improvements to the electrical and plumbing systems.

  • Aug. 9, 2021

    We are happy to announce Resource Recovery's warehouse fully reopens this week and we return to our normal pre-pandemic hours. Chairs, desks, bookcases, and much, much more. 

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  • Jul. 7, 2021

    Here in Facilities, we've been helping out during move-in for oh, a few years. We've assembled a list of tips and tricks that we hope will make your move-in experience a bit easier (check out tips 8 and 9 to help adjust your bed). Whether you are a new or returning student, welcome to campus. Our Facilities Customer Service team is here all year and happy to help.

  • Jan. 6, 2021

    Here in Facilities, we've been helping out during move-in for oh, a few years. We've assembled a list of tips and tricks that we hope will make your move-in experience a bit easier (check out tips 8 and 9 to help adjust your bed). Whether you are a new or returning student, welcome to campus! Our Facilities Customer Service team is here all year and happy to help.

  • Dec. 3, 2020

    “The University’s recycling achievements have been the result of the collaborative planning and hard work of the Building Services and Office of Sustainability teams,” said Seward. “I thank them all for their labor and striving to improve the environment for our future generations. I am honored to accept this award on behalf of the University.

  • Nov. 23, 2020