Wayne & William White Engineering Design Centre

The new Wayne & William White Engineering Design Centre provides spaces for direct instruction, support of extracurricular activities, learning skills support and student study spaces. This project includes a design studio space to enhance delivery of engineering design courses and student’s engineering design activities and collaborations, instructional spaces for project and design teaching, including a project room and a computer/reading room for design projects, a small suite of offices to house faculty and staff supporting students’ professional skills development, various workshop facilities to support student-directed teams, competitions and related extra-curricular activities, an atrium, two small meeting rooms and general support functions.

  • Address: 2345 East Mall
  • User: Faculty of Applied Science
  • Project Manager: David English
  • Architect: McFarland Marceau Architects Ltd.
  • Construction: VanMar Constructors (Pre-Construction)
  • Project Size: 20,232
  • Budget: 8,500,000
  • Construction Status: Complete
  • Completion: August 2011
  • Occupancy: August 2011
  • Sustainability Rating: LEED Gold