A Revitalized Campus Helps to Accomplish MIT's Mission
MIT continues its objective of providing state-of-the-art amenities for its faculty, staff and students. The Department of Facilities is a leader in fulfilling that objective by providing the development and construction for sustainable buildings. We also maintain, clean them and deliver the mail once the buildings are in operation.
Building 76 is located next to the David H. Koch Biology Building and across Main Street from the Eli and Edythe L. Broad Institute. The building has six floors of research laboratories with the ground floor containing administration offices and meeting facilities.
Sloan School Expansion
The School of Management's new home extends from Memorial Drive to Main Street and serves as an eastern gateway to the MIT campus. The project, designed by Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners in association with Bruner Cott/Architects, supports new curricular directions that emphasize collaboration and teamwork.
Both buildings received LEED Gold Certification from the USGBC. In addition, Maseeh Hall, the major renovation of Building W1, also received Gold certification. There are currently six buildings on campus that are LEED Certified.
Construction Updates are provided regularly
via the web, email announcements and public notices.