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Construction Work on the Orléans Campus

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Within the framework of the Recovery Plan (France Relance) and of the State-Region Contract Plan (CPER), several construction sites are underway and will not be finished until 2025. 

It is recommended to be cautious and respectful of security measures around these sites, since they can be disturbed by the presence of heavy plant machinery. We invite you to choose soft mobility or a collective transport solution if you have to travel near these sites.

Parking areas located on campus are public and open to all staff members and students, regardless of their structure.


See below an overview of the various construction sites and their consequences on mobility:


From 16 August 2023

Exterior and parking lot work at Château de la Source (Av. du Parc Floral)

District heating works in front of the Château and access to the car park. Temporary passage possible with caution. Site machinery on site.

Repairs to the Château de la Source car park.
No access to the Château car park from 28 August to 1 September 2023. Only service vehicles will be parked in the parking lot.
/!\ Mandatory parking outside the Château during the construction work period.

From mid-2022 to end of 2023

Reconstruction of the administrative building of the Orléans Institute of Technology (IUT)

Impacted areas ► The IUT parking area, rue d’Amboise


From mid-2022 to end of 2024/2025

Creation of a central kitchen behind the Lac restaurant and renovation of the university restaurants

Impacted areas ► The parking area dedicated to the College of Law, Economics and Management (UFR DEG) located behind the Lac restaurant, the parking area located in front of the Students’ House, the parking area located rue de St Armand behind the Polytech Engineering School (Vinci site), and the parking area behind the Science Library.

From early 2023 to end of 2024

New Sports Hall, rue de Vendôme

Impacted area ► The Sports Hall parking area


Plan travaux campus orléans

The University of Orléans benefits from the French Government's recovery plan (France Relance).

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