Georgetown University is investing in new spaces to make progress toward developing a more vibrant living and learning campus. This page includes information about current construction projects, including project status, campus impacts, and timelines.
Project Scope: Major renovations to the dining venues in the Leavey Center and Leo O'Donovan Hall. For more information, click here.
In order to support the renovation of the bookstore and Hoya Court, it is necessary to close Sellinger Lounge and Hoya Court to pedestrian traffic beginning Monday, August 7 through Monday, August 14
A map of the affected area and accessible corridors is provided below.
Access to Leavey from the bridge will be limited to the building's east end. Starbucks, PNC, ATMs and other services on the north side of Leavey can be accessed from Regents Hall and the south corridor of Leavey, adjacent to the Faculty Club toward the hotel lobby. The pathway is also ADA accessible via use of the lift in the hotel lobby.
Thank you for your understanding as we work to improve our campus facilities.
Project Scope: Renovations to the Barnes and Noble in the Leavey Center, including a new entrance and the relocation of Uncommon Grounds to its second level.
walsh / de la cruz gallery of art
Project Scope: Renovation and repurposing of the Walsh black box space to accomodate new art gallery. Includes the addition of an entry foyer on the southwest corner of the building and upgrades to the existing Walsh lobby immediately adjacent to the art gallery space.
Project Manager: Carla Tiberi | email@example.com | (202) 687-5972
Project Scope: The Center for Language Education and Development is joining the School of Continuing Studies at 640 Massachusetts Ave. Its previous space in the ICC will be used to accomodate the new department of African American Studies. Project includes offices, a conference room, storage, and reception.
Project Manager: Amy Sanderson | firstname.lastname@example.org | (202) 687 - 0725
REPORTING CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS
Construction projects will have impacts on campus, including changing pedestrian, bike, and vehicle routes and creating additional activity on campus. We are committed to maintaining a safe and accessible campus for our entire community during construction.
Please report any concerns or questions about construction impacts to email@example.com. Planning and Facilities Management will notify the appropriate project manager to resolve the issue directly or work with construction contractors to do so.