Princeton University Facilities supports the academic mission of Princeton University by providing the spaces necessary for an immense variety of teaching and research endeavors. All Facilities departments are involved in construction, both on- and off-campus, but the majority of the work is undertaken by the Office of Design and Construction or the Office of Real Estate Development. All planning and design is overseen by the Office of the University Architect and guided by the Princeton Campus Plan.
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
The Andlinger Center for the Energy and Environment will support a vibrant and expanding program of research and teaching in the areas of sustainable energy development, energy conservation and environmental protection and remediation.
Arts and Transit Project
The Arts and Transit Project will transform 21+ acres of the campus into a vibrant park-like setting for the creative and performing arts, anchored by a new University arts building associated with the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music.
The new field hockey field, with drainage improvements and utilizing artificial turf, were completed as Phase 1 in 2012. A grandstrand, field lighting, press box modifications, and accessory buildings will be constructed as Phase 2 in 2013.
Lakeside Graduate Housing
Located on the former site of the Hibben and Magie apartments, Lakeside will provide housing for more than 700 graduate students in 74 townhome units and 255 apartments.
Merwick and Stanworth Faculty/Staff Housing
Built in two phases, the initial phase of development for Merwick and Stanworth Faculty/Staff Housing will be located on the site of the former Merwick Rehabilitation Center. Construction will begin with the development of 128 units comprising two-story townhomes, two-story multifamily stacked flats, and three-story apartment buildings.
Neuroscience and Psychology Buildings
This two-building complex will house the interdisciplinary Princeton Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology. The taller structure (which will house the Department of Psychology) will be known as Peretsman-Scully Hall.
Located on the northwest corner of Olden and William streets, Olden House will provide 18 modest apartments for visiting faculty members. A mixture of studios and one-bedroom dwellings, the three-story building will be located in a small residential neighborhood between the University's Engineering Quadrangle and Friend Center for Engineering Education, and businesses on Nassau Street.