Harvard Undergraduate House Renewal

The goal of Harvard University’s Undergraduate House Renewal Program is to re-configure interior spaces to meet the complex needs of today’s students, relieve overcrowding, improve privacy, and comply with current building codes. The renovations aim to enhance program spaces to better support students’ academic and social development and upgrade outdated building systems and infrastructure. In June 2019, the program team began a multi-phase, multi-year renovation of Adams House, the third phase of which is currently underway at Randolph House (53 Bow Street, Cambridge). These multi-phase, large-scale, years-long renovation projects are located in densely populated urban environments where Construction Mitigation’s services help manage project impacts on vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic as well as Harvard’s neighboring buildings and local businesses.

Harvard Undergraduate House Renewal Projects