Shrum Chemistry Renewal (2011) - Achieved LEED® Canada Gold
Despite tight schedules and budget, the chemistry wing renewal project has an entirely new building envelope with seismic upgrades, new heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems, upgraded mechanical and electrical systems, and redesigned lab areas. As a result of the rebuild, the university's five main chemistry research streams - synthetic, organic, inorganic, analytical and physical - now each share one large lab per research stream, facilitating future flexibility.
This project has achieved the LEED Gold or New Construction and Major Renovations. Click here for more information.