Current Projects

In keeping with JHU’s mission to deliver exceptional facilities that support and enhance the university’s strategic initiatives, the Johns Hopkins Facilities & Real Estate Capital Projects & Planning team is involved in a wide range of projects that aim to bring safe, sustainable, and innovative facilities to our JHU campuses. From minor renovations and upgrades of existing spaces and buildings to planning and construction of new buildings and other campus improvements, our mission is to be your trusted partner and provide you with excellent and collaborative service.

Learn more about our current projects and stay informed on project statuses and estimated completion dates:

Homewood Campus

SNF Agora

The SNF Agora building, located on the Wyman Park parcel of the Homewood campus, will be an academic and public forum that integrates research, teaching, and practice to promote civic engagement and informed, inclusive dialogue as the cornerstones of global democracy.

Project Status: In Construction

Estimated Completion: 2024

Hopkins Student Center

The Hopkins Student Center, located on the corner of Charles and 33rd Streets, will offer students a nonacademic gathering spot with a variety of food options, collaboration and meeting spaces, and a performing arts venue.

Project Status: In Construction

Estimated Completion: 2025

Milton S. Eisenhower Library Modernization

The Milton S. Eisenhower Library (MSEL) modernization will be a major renovation of this 1960s-era library on the Homewood campus. The library will provide a contemporary hub for 21st-century scholarly activity, access to academic and research resources, and flexible, high-quality, comfortable study spaces.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2026

School of Education Renovation

The School of Education renovation will include renovating its main building on North Charles Street to provide new classrooms and seminar rooms, reconfigured workspaces, mission-specific areas, new interior finishes, and upgrades to building systems.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2025

Early Learning Center

The existing Early Learning Center will be relocated from Wyman Park Drive to San Martin Drive, adjacent to the Imagine Center. The new ELC will accommodate a larger enrollment in a state-of-the-art facility.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2025

Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

The Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (DSAI) institute will be located on the Wyman Park parcel of the Homewood campus. It will include dry and wet lab space, augment JHU’s capabilities in data science and AI, and power the utilization of advanced data analytics.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2029

East Baltimore Campus

Children's Medical and Surgery Center

The Children’s Medical and Surgery Center, located on the former Brady Building site in East Baltimore, will undergo a renovation of the existing building and construction of the new north tower. This project will provide innovative spaces, including wet labs, computational labs, a vivarium, and collaboration spaces for investigators, clinicians, and students.

*Project is being managed by Johns Hopkins Medicine Facilities

Project Status: In Construction

Estimated Completion: 2026

Bloomberg School of Public Health (New Building)

The Bloomberg School of Public Health’s new building in East Baltimore will support the school’s anticipated growth by adding new instructional space, workplace and collaboration areas, convening spaces, and colocation of departments currently housed in other buildings.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2027

Henrietta Lacks Building

The Henrietta Lacks Building will provide a new flexible space to support the multidisciplinary Berman Institute of Bioethics and complementary programs of the School of Medicine. It will include a classroom, research, office, seminar, convening space, and exhibition space.

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2026

Life Sciences Building

The Life Sciences building will be located on the current site of Hampton House, Cooley Center, and Reed Hall in East Baltimore. It will provide space for experimental and computational research and support the School of Medicine and many schools within JHU.

*Project is being managed by Johns Hopkins Medicine Facilities

Project Status: In Design

Estimated Completion: 2029

Completed Projects


Homewood Campus Construction Map

You can view a printable map of the active construction sites on the Homewood campus.

 


Alerts & Outages

Please take a look at all active notices and traffic and pedestrian detours related to any disruptions to campus operations due to active construction.

 


Start a Project

If you would like to start a project, visit our Start a Project page to learn more about the steps and requirements for starting a project, and to complete the Project Request Form.