Engineering Student Centre

The Faculty of Applied Science (APSC) and the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) are developing a new Engineering Student Centre (ESC) to provide a hub for undergraduate engineering students. The 10,058 square foot multi-purpose facility will be constructed in the courtyard bounded by the CEME Building, Fred Kaiser Building and the MacLeod Building, and will replace the current EUS facility, the “Cheeze Factory”. The ESC will provide study and group learning spaces and computer lab facilities open to engineering undergraduate students of all disciplines.

  • User: Faculty of Applied Science & the Engineering Undergraduate Society
  • Project Manager: Nick Maile
  • Architect: Urban Arts
  • Construction: Syncra
  • Project Size: 10,058
  • Budget: 5,220,000
  • Construction Status: Complete
  • Completion: May 2015
  • Occupancy: May 2015
  • Sustainability Rating: LEED Gold