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Construction updates during COVID-19
Please note that in accordance with a temporary emergency construction moratorium instituted by the City of Cambridge, MIT is suspending construction activities effective Saturday, March 21, with the exception of emergency activities that have been approved by the City. Teams will complete the safe and secure shutdown of our construction sites by Thursday, March 26. Dates for the work below will be updated once construction resumes.

Repair and maintenance services will continue to be available on campus, and our teams will work within the City guidelines to provide approved emergency repairs as needed.

Note that this moratorium only affects the construction phase of these projects and that planning and design activities will continue.

Visit the Facilities COVID-19 updates page for more information.

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March 28, 2020



Main Group
Building 1
Building 3
Building 4
Building 7
Building 14
Building 16
Building 17
Building 26
Building 42C: Central Utilities Plant
Building 44
  Building 54
Building E15
Building E17
Building E18
Building E53
East Campus, Kendall Square
Building W8
Building W46 (Vassar St residence hall)
Ames Street and Memorial Drive
Eversource - Ames Street
Vassar Street


Main Group

Chilled waterline work

Work on the chilled waterline in the Main Group is scheduled for Friday, March 20. Anticipated work hours are 6AM-noon. During this time, occupants in Buildings 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, and 13 may notice a decrease in water flow in process cooling equipment. No interruption in service is expected.

Questions may be directed to Cori McKee.

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Building 1

Ziggurat work

As part of the Institute’s investment in infrastructure renewal, work is scheduled to renew the ziggurat of Building 1. This work includes providing a weatherproof moisture barrier and replacing the limestone and copper.

Roofing and masonry work have been completed on the Building 1 ziggurat. Crews are scheduled to remove the scaffolding from the building exterior. Minor patching of the masonry façade will occur as scaffolding is removed. Some minor to moderate noise is anticipated.

At the end of March, crews are scheduled to remove the construction fencing and begin site restoration of the impacted portions of Killian Court. Regular construction hours are Monday through Friday from 6AM-3PM, with some Saturday work expected. All work is weather dependent. This project is anticipated to be completed in April.

Questions may be directed to Eric Ammondson.

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Building 3

A suite of first-floor labs is scheduled to be renovated on the first-floor of Building 3. Full construction activities will commence in the summer of 2020 with crews working Monday-Friday, 6AM- 3PM. Some weekend and evening work is expected. This renovation work will generate some noise from demolition activities. Any activities generating loud noise will be scheduled to conclude by 8:30 AM.

Questions may be directed to Brian Donnellan.

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Building 4

Fourth floor EAPS renovation

A renovation project is underway in Building 4. During this time, the south wing of the fourth floor of Building 4 will be inaccessible as it is renovated for future EAPS laboratory space.

Construction activities are scheduled to proceed through August of 2020, with crews working Monday-Friday, 6AM–3PM. This renovation work will generate some noise from construction activities. Any activities generating loud noise are scheduled to conclude by 8AM.

Roof and parapet work will be included in this project. While construction is underway, crews are scheduled to transport materials through the fourth floor of Buildings 3 & 10, from the Building 3 loading dock via the Building 3 freight elevator. Material transport is scheduled to occur before 8AM daily. Access to the corridors and stairwells will not be impacted.

Crane work

A crane is scheduled to be in Killian Court on Friday, March 27. Construction activities are scheduled from 6AM–3PM. The entrance to Building 4 at Killian Court and the adjacent walkway will be inaccessible to pedestrian traffic during work hours. The crane will be used to hoist materials to the roof of Building 4 and remove debris. There will be some noise from work on the roof and engine noise from the crane.

The crane and construction vehicles will be entering and exiting the site through the courtyard via Memorial Drive. A police detail will be onsite to direct pedestrian and vehicle traffic, and signage will be posted.

Questions may be directed to Cherie Alexander.

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Building 7

Crews are scheduled to perform exploratory work on the upper level roof and dome of Building 7. THroughout this work, crews may be present throughout Buildings 3 & 7, and on the roof and dome. Anticipated work hours are from 6AM – 5PM. No disturbance to pedestrian traffic is anticipated.

Questions may be directed to Eric Ammondson.

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Building 14

In an effort to modernize Hayden Library as a state-of-the art facility, a renovation project is scheduled to begin in Building 14. This renovation will include the first and second floors of Hayden Library and their mezzanine levels. Design goals include creating an expansion of the 24-hour reading room, a café, more and varied study spaces, and flexible teaching and event space.

Beginning January 2, construction is scheduled to begin in the Hayden Library. During construction, the library will be closed to the MIT community. Signage will be posted throughout. Anticipated work hours are 7AM – 2PM Monday to Friday, with potential for additional work to be scheduled when applicable. During this construction, noise and vibration are expected, with high levels of noise concluding by 9AM. This work is scheduled through the Fall of 2020.

Questions may be directed to Joyand Charles.

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Building 16

On Saturday, March 21, a crane is scheduled to be onsite to access the roof of Building 16, between Buildings 16, 26, and 57, weather permitting. Anticipated work hours are from 7AM-3PM.

The work zone, including the pedestrian bridge over the Stata Swale, will be inaccessible during this time and will be cordoned off. The area around the work zone will remain accessible. Work will not affect access to the surrounding buildings. A police detail will be onsite throughout the duration of the work to direct pedestrians and traffic around the area.

Questions may be directed to Julie Azzinaro.

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Building 17

For more than 80 years, MIT’s Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel has been a powerful testing tool for aviation and space flight innovation, advancing research for industry leaders as well as MIT. Today, a project is underway to build an upgraded wind tunnel on the same site as the original, which will be dismantled. When completed, the new facility will be the largest, most advanced academic wind tunnel in the country.

The project will include a full rehabilitation of Building 17, as well as some infrastructure work in the first-floor electrical room in Building 37 and in the Building 33 Hangar. Construction is expected to be completed in Spring 2021.

Construction activities

Regular construction hours will be 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday-Friday.

Note that the alley between Buildings 17 and 31 is closed to vehicular access and is expected to remain closed for the duration of the project. Pedestrian access will be maintained to the Building 33 entry, and construction and emergency vehicles will continue to travel through the alley. Access to the Building 35 loading dock will also remain available.

Construction phases

  • Phase I – Demolition (September 2019 – December 2019)
    • Work hours during demolition are scheduled for weekdays 3:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
    • The wind tunnel will be dismantled and removed from the site. During this phase, some noise is expected.
  • Phase II – Site utility work (December 2019 – February 2020)
    • During this phase excavation activities will generate some noise and vibration.
  • Phase III – Construction (Spring 2020 – Spring 2021)
    • Foundation work (Spring 2020)
    • Prefab construction (Summer 2020 – Spring 2021)
    • Site restoration (Spring 2021)

Building 17 site work

Crews are scheduled to continue site work in and around Building 17, and in the alley between Buildings 17 and 31. Temporary and new chilled water line installation is underway. The installation of mini piles will continue during this phase. Moderate noise from pipe installation and the drilling of piles is expected.

Building 17 structural work

Crews will place the concrete for the new lower-level slab and the second-floor structure in the interior of Building 17. Some moderate noise is expected.

Building 37 ground floor work

Crews are scheduled to continue the fit-up of the new electrical room on the ground floor of Building 37. Low levels of noise are expected during this operation.

Questions may be directed to Eric Ammondson.

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Building 26

An IS&T upgrade project is underway in Building 26. Crews are scheduled to work in corridors and areas throughout all floors of Building 26 during this project. Access to rooms and other spaces will be coordinated individually with the occupants.

Anticipated hours are Monday through Friday from 6AM-2PM. Mild noise is anticipated during construction, with higher levels of noise concluding by 8:30AM daily. This work will continue through the summer of 2020.

Questions may be directed to Abel Landaverde.

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Building 42C: Central Utilities Plant

Construction is underway on an upgrade to MIT’s Central Utilities Plant, which includes the construction of a building on the former N10 Annex Parking lot. Hours for this work are 7AM – 5PM Monday-Friday with some weekend and evening work expected.

The project is scheduled to conclude in 2020.

Phase 1: Site preparation and foundations (August 2017 – Spring 2018)

Phase 1 activities for the project are expected to include site preparation and enabling, site excavation,utility work, and the construction of foundations. Pressure injected footings (PIFs) will be used to support the building. During this phase, two-way traffic will be maintained on Albany Street, moderate noise and vibration is expected during PIF installation, and construction vehicles will travel through the area.

Phase 2: Steel (Spring 2018 – Spring 2019)

During this phase, the new addition’s steel structure will be constructed and its exterior wrapped, leaving the roof open. Slabs and floors will be built. A crane will be located on Albany Street during the installation of the large equipment for the plant. During this phase, Albany Street will become one-way from the intersection with Portland Street to the Albany Garage entrance. Two-way traffic will be maintained from Main Street to the entrance of the Albany Garage. For a short period during the summer of 2018, the section of Albany Street from Portland Street to the garage entrance will close. Garage access will be maintained during that period as well.

Phase 3: Interiors, streetscape (Summer 2018 – Summer 2019)

Most activities take place inside the building during this phase, with interior fit out and finalizing and testing system installations. Exterior streetscape and landscape work will include new lighting for public walkways as well as new public seating, trees, and other plantings.

Construction activities

Construction hours are 7AM – 6PM Monday – Friday and 7AM - 3:30PM on Saturdays, with some additional weekend and evening work expected.

Building 42 alley/fire lane closure

The alley/fire lane between Building 42 and the railroad tracks is closed to through traffic for the remainder of the CUP construction project. During this time, the lane will be impassable to vehicles and pedestrians. Pedestrians are encouraged to use the Vassar Street sidewalk. The pedestrian path across the railroad tracks connecting Albany and Vassar Streets will remain open during construction.

Visit the Powering MIT site to learn more about the project and to view updates.

For regular updates, subscribe to the weekly construction forecast emails.

Questions about this work may be directed to Frances Boyle.

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Building 44

In the summer of 2020, demolition activities are scheduled to begin as MIT proceeds with the College of Computing on the site of Building 44. As part of its mission to enhance the student experience, the project will establish a home for the new College of Computing.

Below you’ll find an overview and high-level schedule for the major phases of construction. Anticipated construction hours are 7AM – 3PM, Monday-Friday with some weekend and evening work expected. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

Enabling activities

During this phase, crews will prepare the site for construction. Activities include closure of the Building 44 parking lot, utility work, and test pit investigations. Beginning the week of March 16, crews are scheduled to install fencing around Building 44 and the adjacent parking lot to establish the construction perimeter.

  • Two-way traffic will be maintained on Vassar Street. Construction vehicles will travel through the area.
  • The railroad crossing from the Albany Street garage (N4) will be maintained, though the location may be altered as construction proceeds.
  • The project team will coordinate with other projects along Vassar Street to maintain access around the site.

Future phases

After enabling is complete, Building 44 will be demolished. Cranes, excavators, and sawcutters will be used to disassemble the structure and materials will be hauled offsite. Geotech borings will be performed onsite as foundation work commences. Noise and some vibration are anticipated during this work, but will not be extensive. More information about schedules and dates will be shared as the project progresses.

Questions may be directed to Travis Wanat.

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Building 54

As part of the Institute’s investment in infrastructure renewal, work is underway to renew Buildings 54. This work includes replacing the roof system, and restoring the façade and building systems. Preparatory activities for this work are underway with various building testing. Construction hours are 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM, with some overnight work expected. During this construction, noise and vibration are expected.

See an overview of the project here.

Questions may be directed to Sarah MacDonald.

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Building E15

Work is underway to remove and replace the old steam system along Ames Street into the Building E15 basement. This work will directly impact the plaza stairs in front of Building E15, the crosswalk across Ames Street, and parking spaces on the east side of Ames Street. Crews are scheduled to excavate the area to access the pipe and make repairs. Heavy levels of noise are anticipated in the area from machinery. The work area will be fenced off.

A section of the sidewalk and the ramp to the plaza will remain open and accessible for pedestrians to access the entrances to Building E15 on the first floor and at the basement stairs along Ames Street. Pedestrians will be directed to bypass the construction area and use the western sidewalk of Ames Street. Most of the work for this project will be conducted between the hours of 7AM and 3PM daily.

Parking along the east side of Ames Street is unavailable to accommodate this project and the city’s cycletrack project. Signage will be posted to direct pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, and a police officer will be on location. The target completion date for this work is mid-December with additional restoration work scheduled for the spring.

Additional emergency work

Starting the week of December 9, critical work is scheduled to repair underground utilities along Ames Street into the Building E15 basement. This work will occur in the plaza and under the stairs in front of Building E15. Crews are scheduled to excavate the area to access the pipe and make repairs. Heavy levels of noise are anticipated for two days while a vacuum truck is in the area. The work area will be fenced off.

Work will be temporarily stopped for finals week, and will begin again during winter break and IAP. Signage will be posted to direct pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, and a police officer will be on location. The target completion date for this work is mid-March with additional restoration work scheduled for the spring.

Questions may be directed to Vaughn Crayton.

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Building E17

Work is scheduled in and around the Prather Lab on the fifth floor of Building E17. Construction activities are scheduled from 6AM–2PM. This renovation work will generate some noise. Any activities generating loud noise are scheduled to conclude by 8AM.

Questions may be directed to Jack Mannion.

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Building E18

As part of an ongoing project, crews will be working in and around the E18 6th floor Media Lab research lab, and the mechanical penthouse on the 7th floor. Anticipated work hours are from 6AM-6PM daily. Some mild noise is anticipated.

Questions may be directed to Jack Mannion.

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Building E53

Work to repair water-damaged concrete is scheduled in the Building E53 basement Main Electric Room. This work is scheduled Saturday through Tuesday, March 21-March 24, beginning at 7AM and ending by 3PM. Noise and vibration are anticipated on Saturday and Sunday prior to 11AM. Minimal noise is anticipated on Saturday and Sunday after 11AM, and on Monday and Tuesday while the library is open. Some odor may be present during the process.

Questions may be directed to Greg Walson.

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East Campus: Kendall Square Initiative

For the most up-to-date information about the Kendall Square Initiative, visit the courbanize project profile. Click the “Follow” button to sign up for an account and receive notifications about the project.

MIT is proposing to bring new vibrancy and diversity to Kendall Square - "the most innovative square mile on the planet." MIT is now poised to deliver a dynamic blend of uses in this area, including housing, lab and research space, retail, innovation space, open space, and a dedicated facility for the MIT Museum. Learn more about the Kendall Square Initiative.

Construction in Kendall Square kicked off in September 2016. Ultimately, this visionary project will deliver a dynamic blend of uses in the area, including graduate student, market rate, and affordable housing; lab and research space; innovation space; retail and open space; and a new facility for the MIT Museum. Construction hours are scheduled for 7AM – 6PM weekdays, and Saturday from 9AM – 6PM.

Questions about the construction phase of this work may be directed to Holly Sutherland.

Visit the courbanize project profile to review details about the planned activities and to subscribe to construction updates. Subscribe to notifications by clicking the “Login” button at the foot of the “Comment here” box to sign up for an account, and then “follow” the project.

The anticipated initial phases of work include:

  • Phase 1 (fall 2016- fall 2017): Upgrade of existing and addition of new utilities along Amherst, Carleton, Hayward, and Wadsworth Streets; closure of Hayward Parking lot. Parking for MIT Medical will remain available.
  • Phase 2 (2017): Excavation for below-grade parking garage, to extend from Dock Street to Carleton Street
  • Phase 3 (2017): Full interior renovation of Buildings E38 and E39 (292 and 290 Main St); demolition of Buildings E33 and E34 on Carleton Street
  • Phase 4 (2018-2020): Ongoing garage and building construction for new graduate residence (Site 4)

Patient parking for MIT Medical will remain available.

  • MIT Medical will validate parking for patients. (Cars exiting the lot without validation may incur a $40 fine.)
  • Cars that are in the lot for more than two hours are subject to towing. If patients have appointments that exceed two hours, MIT Medical will contact the Parking Office on their behalf.
  • The location of the patient parking area may change as construction proceeds. We will inform the community before any changes occur.

MBTA Station Pedestrian Access

The pedestrian plaza connecting Carleton Street to the inbound Kendall Square MBTA Station on Main Street is closed fully for the duration of the project to allow construction of an underground garage in this area. Pedestrians will be guided to seek alternate paths to and from the station using Ames Street, Dock Street, or Wadsworth Street.

Access to the MBTA station and elevator will remain open and accessible on the Main Street side of the station throughout this work. Carleton Street will remain open to vehicular traffic from Amherst Street to the Medical Parking Lot.

See a map of the area.

Amherst and Wadsworth Streets 2-way

Traffic patterns on Amherst and Wadsworth Streets have returned to two-way access. Some utility and restoration work is scheduled to continue along Amherst Street and the northern sidewalk. Police details will be in the area to direct pedestrians and traffic as needed.

Medical parking lot shift

The entrance to the MIT Medical parking lot is scheduled to shift on Monday, January 20. Access to the lot from Carleton Street will be removed, and a new entrance will be established along Amherst Street. The ambulance ramp will remain open for drop-off or pick-up.

MBTA Kendall Station work

The MBTA is anticipated to commence work at the Kendall Square inbound train station beginning January 27. Access to the station is scheduled to be maintained throughout construction. Signage will be posted directing users to alternate entrances. The renovation and modernization of the Kendall Square inbound MBTA station is scheduled through Spring 2022.

Construction Updates – March 2020

  • At the E40 Muckley Building, crews will begin removing the temporary ramp and remainder of the concrete slab and sidewalk on Friday, March 13. The catering sidewalk/ramp will be out of service from Friday until mid-April when the new permanent concrete loading dock driveway and ramp are installed.
  • Starting on Monday, March 16, jackhammer noise and some vibration may be experienced in those E55 areas adjacent to the loading dockfor two weeks through spring break.
  • The truck route inside the Kendall Square site will change to allow garage waterproofing and open space/landscaping work to take place between Hayward and Carleton streets resulting in more truck traffic exiting Gate 4 (directly adjacent to Building E40) onto Amherst Street.
  • Geotechnical drilling will take place in the Sloan and Eastgate lot. Access will be maintained to the Hermann Garage.
  • The Medical Lot entrance is now on Amherst Street. The northern section of the ambulance drop-off/pick-up ramp at Carleton Street has reopened to allow patients to drive to the door from the south ramp entrance and continue straight to exit from the north ramp. Personnel are in place to direct patients to Medical from the lot.
  • Access to Wadsworth Street from Main Street is closed to all traffic. The Sloan and Eastgate lot entrance is closed at Wadsworth Street through this phase. Construction vehicles and equipment will continue to be set up and operate in this area and at the intersection with Wadsworth Street. The noisiest work will come from the intermittent use of vacuum trucks.
  • The pedestrian plaza connecting Carleton Street to the inbound Kendall Square MBTA Station on Main Street is closed fully for the duration of the project to allow construction of an underground garage in this area. Pedestrians will be guided to seek alternate paths to and from the station using Ames Street, Dock Street, or Wadsworth Street.

    Access to the MBTA station and elevator will remain open and accessible on the Main Street side of the station throughout this work.
  • Police details will be utilized throughout the project area to assist with pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
  • Hayward Street will be closed from Main Street to Amherst Street to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic until further notice. Hayward Street will only be accessed by Turner Construction vehicles for the duration of the Kendall utilities and garage construction.
  • Large equipment will be removed and brought to site on and on-going basis. This activity may occur after hours but no disruptions are expected.
  • General construction activities will continue on Saturdays. Work will occur within the City of Cambridge allowable work hours, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

See the map for more details.

Questions about the construction phase of this work may be directed to Holly Sutherland.

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Building W8

In an effort to support the Institute’s student-athletes and enhance the experience of the teams and the community, the Pierce Boathouse is scheduled to undergo renovation. Beginning Monday, December 16, crews will mobilize onsite at Building W8. Anticipated hours are Monday through Friday from 7AM through 3PM, with deliveries happening after 9AM. Some noise is expected. Access to the boathouse will be restricted for the duration of construction. This project is anticipated to conclude in September 2020.

The boathouse will receive new windows, updates to docks and launching areas, and a deck extension to add a second means of egress. Inside, the renovation will include multiple building updates, including larger men’s and women’s locker rooms, expanded boat storage, new offices, and increased training spaces as well as a meeting area and other building upgrades.

Memorial Drive lane closure

Beginning Thursday, December 19, and continuing through June, a right lane closure will be implemented along Memorial Drive towards Boston between Audrey Street and Endicott Street. Traffic patterns will be clearly marked. A police detail will be on site during construction hours wekkedays between 9AM and 3:30PM.

Questions may be directed to Marty Deluga.

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Building W46 - New Vassar Street Residence Hall

Subscribe to weekly construction activity forecasts for the Vassar Street Residence Hall.

Construction activities are ongoing as MIT proceeds with a new undergraduate residence hall on the site of the West Garage parking facility (W45). As part of its mission to enhance the student experience, the project will add 450 new beds and has a target completion date of Fall 2020.

Construction hours are 7AM – 11PM, Sunday-Saturday.

The following changes to travel lanes on Vassar Street will remain in place throughout construction:

  • Two-way traffic will be maintained on Vassar Street. Construction vehicles will travel through the area.
  • Crosswalks will be installed at each corner of the site and pedestrians will be directed to the sidewalk on the south side of Vassar Street for the length of the site.
  • A shared bike lane will be created in the westbound lane of Vassar Street to be shared by bicycles and vehicles during construction. The eastbound bicycle and vehicle lanes will remain unchanged.

Vassar Street temporary narrowing

Street utility work is scheduled on Vassar Street adjacent to the new residence hall construction site. At times, traffic patterns are scheduled to shift. The travel lanes will be temporarily impeded, and east/west traffic will be intermittently stopped as the street is narrowed to one lane. A police detail will help direct vehicular traffic, cyclists and pedestrians in the area. Anticipated regular project work hours are 7AM-11PM daily. Some noise is expected throughout this process.

Temporary changes to the railroad crossing path

Utilities work is underway along the pathway adjacent to Building W59 leading to the railroad crossing between west and northwest campus. Fencing has been installed to direct pedestrians and cyclists safely around the worksite. The new path will be narrower than the existing path, so users are urged to use caution and courtesy when traversing the route for the duration of construction.

Railroad crossing path temporary closure – 3/25

In order to complete make-safe work at the Vassar Street Residence Hall site, utility work is scheduled along the pathway next to Building W59 connecting Vassar Street to Albany Street on Wednesday, March 25. The Pacific Street railroad crossing between west and northwest campus is scheduled to be closed for several hours. Anticipated work hours are 7AM-3PM. This work will impede pedestrian and cyclist traffic. Signage will be posted on both sides of the track to redirect pedestrians and cyclists to alternate routes.

Learn about the design of the residence hall

To learn more about the project, visit the Capital Projects site where you can link to news articles and view renderings of the site design.

Questions about this work may be directed to TJ Fanning.

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Ames Street and Memorial Drive

Work is underway to redesign and reconstruct Ames Street to include an at-grade two-way cycle track from Main Street to Memorial Drive. This work also includes updating the Ames Street/Main Street traffic signal to accommodate the changes to Ames Street, and reconfiguring the Ames Street/Memorial Drive intersection to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians crossing Memorial Drive.

Signage will be posted to direct pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, and a police officer will be on location. The target completion date for this work is scheduled for the spring of 2020.

Contact Gary Amberik for questions.

Ames Street at Building E15

For updates on the construction at Ames Street at Building E15, click here.

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Eversource - Ames Street gas work

Eversource gas continues work on underground utilities along Ames Street. Anticipated hours are 7AM-3PM daily. Some odor from the gas line is expected. This project is scheduled through the end of March.

Beginning Wednesday, March 11, crews are scheduled to work in the driveway between Buildings 66 and 68. A vacuum truck will be onsite, and some noise is expected. Access to the driveway may be intermittently restricted, but crews will open the driveway as needed for those who require access. Drivers should request access directly from the crew onsite.

Crews are scheduled to begin activities on Amherst Street on Monday, March 16. Work will continue throughout the week on the Ames Street end of Amherst Street. Work will return to Ames Street the following week. Ames Street is scheduled to remain open, though traffic may intermittently be stopped and pedestrians may be directed around the site. A police detail will be present to direct traffic and pedestrians around the area.

Questions about this Eversource project may be directed to Cori McKee.

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Vassar Street

Test pits

Intermittent test pit work is scheduled along Vassar Street near Buildings 32 and 48. The schedule will be posted here when known. Anticipated work hours are 9AM – 3PM daily. During this time, the road and adjacent pathways will remain accessible, but traffic and pedestrian pathways may be shifted and narrowed during work hours. Police will be onsite.

Contact Gary Amberik for questions.

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