The University plans to build a new home for Environmental Studies (ES) and the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) between Ivy Lane and Prospect Avenue. The four buildings — environmental science, bioengineering, chemical and biological engineering, and an engineering commons — will create a new ES + SEAS neighborhood carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape with strong connections to outdoor spaces. The buildings will include state-of-the-art teaching, research and collaboration facilities for seven academic departments, institutes and centers.
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Check out the ES+SEAS project page for project information.
Check out Construction.princeton.edu for current construction information.