Stanford University (Stanford) is building additional graduate student housing facilities in the heart of their Palo Alto campus. The Escondido Village Graduate Residences (EVGR) project consists of four high-rise buildings that will provide 2,423 new beds to Stanford graduate students. Construction started in the spring of 2017 and is anticipated to conclude in summer 2020, with student occupancy in fall 2020.
As construction occurs in a residential area, it is very important to keep the community informed about the sequence and schedule of necessary activities. Circlepoint is providing timely communication of construction activities and public outreach to mitigate the impacts that excavation, machinery use, truck traffic, noise and dust has on residents living adjacent to the project site, as well as nearby facilities and travelers.
Our approach provides streamlined resources for Stanford residents, faculty, students and staff, local schools, nearby residents and others to obtain project information, ask questions, and raise concerns. Our project website is constantly updated with the latest information about upcoming construction activities and potential impacts through notices, fact sheets and FAQs. Our information line and email allow the project team to respond to inquiries and provide details about construction related matters in an efficient and timely manner. EVGR footage is available in our gallery and YouTube channel.