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Sustaining MIT’s Past, Present and Future

Facilities staff are always here supporting the Institute. Twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Through rain and especially snow, our staff carries on so that the MIT community can move forward.

Whether we’re repairing aging systems or breaking ground on a new research building, our staff solve problems and keep the Institute working.

On these web pages you’ll find forms to order our services, learn what you can recycle and how construction will impact your commute. Speaking of commuting, there’s also information on alternatives on getting to work. So, go ahead and click on our pages!

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News & Features

And the winners are...MIT bike commuters.
Last week MIT out pedaled other local colleges and universities in their commute to work in the MassCommut Bicycle Challenge. This year MIT commuters rode 5,621 miles beating Harvard University by almost 3,162 miles. Congratulations MIT bike commuters!

MIT Bike Week
This season at MIT

Renewal of Kresge Auditorium underway
A substantial restoration of Kresge is underway to replace aging equipment and systems, renew and upgrade key building elements including the brick plaza and glass curtainwalls, and improve energy conservation and efficiency. Designed by Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen, this iconic domed building was one of the first large-scale thin-shell concrete structures in the United States. Work is expected to be complete in April 2016, and the building will remain open during most of the project.

Learn more about the scope of work and schedule, and the meticulous care taken to maintain the architectural integrity of Kresge.

Kresge Auditorium
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