How new life was brought to an aging engineering school
from Journal of Commerce
Across the country, many university and college campuses are starting to show their age. There is approximately $8.4 billion in deferred maintenance on Canadian campuses, as infrastructure built in the 1960s and 1970s shuffles slowly to the end of its working days. But where there are clever and talented designers, there is life. In the Buildex Calgary presentation Putting the "New" in the Renewal of Aging Infrastructure — University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering, two architects who worked on the project will discuss how the transformation will breathe new life and opportunity into the next generation of learning.
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