A complex and responsive process, the renewal of MIT’s physical facilities is vital to the Institute's mission to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world.
On this site, you will learn about MIT’s renovation and building projects and how they advance our academic, research, and community priorities. The renewal process encompasses the campus and nearby innovation district, where MIT continues to support, inspire, and collaborate with inventive start-ups as well as world-class enterprises.
MIT 2030 framework
As we respond to evolving needs, we are guided by the MIT 2030 framework, which defines our overarching objectives and principles. Focused yet flexible, the framework is designed to provide structure without limiting the possibilities. It has also helped the Institute identify specific planning priorities and themes that permeate and shape its capital projects activity.
Currently, our priorities include renovating and renewing the campus, enhancing life and learning for the community, increasing efficiency and sustainability, and continuing to foster innovation and collaboration.
The ongoing physical renovation and renewal of MIT’s campus and other properties is a collaborative endeavor under the stewardship of the Executive Vice President and Treasurer and the Associate Provost for Space. Additional key participants include academic and administrative leaders, the Department of Facilities, MIT Investment Management Company (MITIMCo, MIT’s investment arm), the Office of the Vice President for Finance, the Committee for the Review of Space Planning (CRSP), and the Building Committee.
We invite you to follow MIT’s capital projects activity by exploring this site and watching for updates as we renovate, rejuvenate, and enliven the areas within and around our campus.
For information about construction activities on or near campus, please visit the Facilities website.