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On Sunday, May 1, 2016 from 6:00am - 6:00pm, Chestnut Street will be closed between 34th and 36th Streets. PPD will be on location throughout the day to assist with traffic flow. Expect delays in the area.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Facilities and Real Estate Services oversees and maintains the University’s physical infrastructure, while working closely with Penn Schools, Centers, Health System, and city, state and government agencies towards the goals in the Penn Compact and the...
2015 will be Penn’s 7 th straight year of recognition as a Tree Campus USA . This consistent recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation affirms Penn’s commitment to campus tree management, foster healthy urban forests, community outreach, and our engagement of the student population in these...
Beginning Monday, April 18, and lasting for approximately 3 weeks, there will be a sidewalk closure of the 200 block of S. 38th Street, west side (from Locust Walk to Walnut Street). The area will be "No Parking" and will be blocked; pedestrians will need to cross to the east side of 38th Street at...
University research labs are known to use a great deal of energy to support research and use large electronic equipment. Lab managers often are looking for ways to reduce energy consumption, and a new program through Penn’s Division of Facilities & Real Estate Services may help these...
Over the last decade, the University of Pennsylvania campus has been transformed. That transformation honors Penn’s history while creating a vibrant and innovative urban university for the 21st century and beyond.
A list of media coverage in Penn publications and other news outlets. April 7, 2016 Penn Current Express Penn’s verdant campus celebrated during month of April March/April 2016 The Pennsylvania Gazette $80 Million to Restore Hill’s “Wow!” March 24, 2016 Penn Current Express Growing Penn Park...
Conversations around bicycles at Penn gained ground a few years ago, with a call for a new cross-University committee to refresh the University’s bike policy. FRES has been participating in this committee, along with the Business Services Division, the Division of Public Safety, the Student Health...
The design development for the new Pennovation Center has received approval from the University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees. This 58,000-square-foot, three-story facility is located in the heart of the Pennovation Works, Penn’s 23-acre site along the southern bank of the Schuylkill River and...
University Square -- For a complete list of retailers, visit ucnet.com/universitysquare This destination district includes more than 100 business, cultural and recreational venues, and public spaces in and around Penn's campus, along the tree-lined blocks of Chestnut, Walnut, and Spruce Streets...

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