Innovation Centre for Engineering
Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering
The new Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering will provide approximately 28,400 square metres of exceptional space to support expanded educational and research activities in the Faculty of Engineering. Construction is schedule to be completed in mid-late spring of 2015.
The Faculty of Engineering has a strong focus on the recruitment of outstanding students, the recruitment and retention of outstanding faculty members and providing an exceptional educational and research environment for all students and staff. The Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering will strongly support the achievement of these goals.
Housing faculty members, staff and students from every engineering discipline, the Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering will be a hub of activity providing greater opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration among professors and students.
The facility is named for alumnus Loreonzo Donadeo (Mechanical engineering 1981), co-founder,CEO and director of Vermilion Energy Inc., in recognition of his family’s generous support of this transformative project. The Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering enables a dramatic expansion of the Engineering Co-operative Education program and major growth in the faculty’s undergraduate and graduate student enrollments, while building our teaching and research capacity.
The Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering is located between the Chemical and Materials Engineering Building and the Windsor Car Park, immediately to the west of the National Institute for Nanotechnology, with the west face at the intersection of 116 Street and 92 Avenue.
Message from the Dean of Engineering
Dean of Engineering David Lynch describes the ICE project.
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