PROJECTS DELIVER INNOVATIVE SPACES; ONE-OF-A-KIND DESIGN
Illustration: GEC Architecture
|Bow Valley College - Phase 2B
Renovations to the first second and third floors of the existing North Campus began in September 2012. With a budget of $18.1-million, new areas are being developed including: a Lecture Hall; Learning Resource Centre; Fitness Centre; Intercultural Centre; as well as additional classrooms and student gathering areas. These additions will support the diverse student population as well as the broader campus community.
This is the last phase of the Bow Valley College Redevelopment and Expansion project, worth $250-million. Begun in 2005, it will be completed November 2013.
|Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning
Intended to be a dedicated space for improving the learning experience at the University of Calgary, this $40-million dollar project is one-of-a kind in North America.
The new two-storey, 4,000-square meter building includes a flexible design, so walls, floors and furniture can adapt to the learning needs of students using the space. The forward-looking building, slated to be completed December 2015, will incorporate leading-edge technology throughout its naturally lit and modern open spaces.