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University of Guelph - Science Complex - Guelph, ON

One of the largest science facility projects to be completed in North America, the University of Guelph Science Complex joins undergraduate and graduate students with researchers and faculty in the biological, physical and computing sciences. The Science Complex provides space for enhanced teaching and research activity, as well as facilitates collaboration among the various science disciplines.

The Science Complex was completed in a multi-staged manner, involving two phases of aggressive timelines in order to ensure completion before the beginning of the following school year.

Phase I ($48 Million) involved the construction of a 173,000 SF, five-storey facility that centralizes the various sciences on campus.  New laboratories and first-class research areas provide a vital link to the existing building.  All work was completed in a fully-operational campus environment.

Phase II ($60 Million) involved the construction of a four-storey, 230,000 SF building. The building is comprised of an elaborate structural steel ‘tree’ supporting an extensive skylight over an atrium area, providing an abundance of open public space for easy transition for students and faculty.

The Science Complex emphasizes an external/internal dynamic that encourages a connection within the campus, while providing a contrast awareness of daily urban life.

Aecon initiated work in April 2007 and completed construction in June 2009.

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