Construction at Princeton

Look, Listen and Learn: Keeping safe during construction

Princeton's campus is undergoing a significant transformation as work is underway on numerous projects. To keep safe on campus, keep the following in mind:

LOOK for fencing around construction sites, pedestrian routing signs, vehicles traveling to and from construction sites, stop signs when walking, driving, biking or scooting around campus.

LISTEN to beeping trucks and other vehicles backing up and to traffic control workers directing pedestrians and vehicles around projects.

LEARN by checking this site for project developments, using QR codes on construction signs to learn more about the projects, subscribing to construction newsletters, and attending project team neighbor meetings.

 

Fence signs give a preview of the new Princeton University Art Museum that will be built on campus.

Fence signs give a preview of the new Princeton University Art Museum that will be built on campus.

Lower-carbon concrete is being used in building new University parking garage

For more information

For more information on campus construction projects, please call 609-258-8023 or submit questions in writing. You may also seek help at:

Facilities Service Center

For maintenance/repairs, building access, and cleaning/recycling, visit the Facilities website or call 609-258-8000.

The Service Point

For housing, TigerCard and transportation matters, visit thepoint.princeton.edu or call 609-258-8300

The following links may also be useful: