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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...
Please take note of the following road closures: Wednesday, August 24th: Spruce Street will be closed from 34th Street to 38th Street from 7:00am to 8:00pm Thursday, August 25th: Spruce Street will be closed from 34th Street to 38th Street from 7:00am to 6:00pm Saturday, August 27th : Spruce Street...
FRES will be replacing three (3) steam manholes this summer to improve our steam infrastructure and increase efficiency through leak reductions. The work will begin on Monday, May 23 rd and conclude by August 12 th . The locations are: MH#30: Located in the sidewalk along the on the south side of...
Public Safety has been notified of the following lane reduction: Walnut Street, between 33rd and 34th Streets, will be reduced to one lane of traffic from Monday, August 8th to Wednesday, August 24th between the hours of 7:00pm to 5:00am.
The Following is a Traffic Advisory from Penn Public Safety Public Safety has been notified of the following lane reduction: The 2900 block of Market Street will be reduced to a single lane for westbound traffic, from now until further notice due to on-going repairs. Philadelphia Police and Drexel...
The University of Pennsylvania officially opened the Stephen A. Levin Building with a dedication ceremony on April 14. The six-story, $68.6-million, 78,000-square-foot building integrates psychology, biology and behavioral sciences under one roof with research laboratories, teaching facilities and...
A list of media coverage in Penn publications and other news outlets. August 4, 2016 Philadelphia Inquirer Changing Skyline: On Penn's campus, a new-old building isn't preservation as we know it August 2, 2016 Penn Current A Peaceful, ‘Magical’ Green Haven at Penn August 1, 2016 Penn News Penn’s...
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...
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.
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...

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