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University of Calgary Facilities: Projects

Submitted by aedowd on Thu, 03/23/2017 - 10:05am


The university's capital program comprises over $700 million of projects in the construction phase and more than $300 million in various stages of planning. Our space is always evolving, so construction is part of campus life. Facilities manages every project on campus from initiation through to design, construction, commissioning and handover. The following list includes some of the major Facilities projects currently underway. Watch for future updates.

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How are infrastructure projects funded?

When it comes to capital planning, the University of Calgary aims to balance the competing needs of code upgrades, deferred maintenance, repurposing outdated spaces and new construction. More

Building a sustainable campus

UCalgary has demonstrated best practices in green building construction in 11 major buildings. These buildings occupy more than 1.7 million square feet across our university campuses and represent one of the largest concentrations of green buildings on any post-secondary campus in Canada. More

Heads up! Worksite safety

At any given time, there are dozens of active maintenance and construction projects taking place on our campus. From a single light bulb replacement to a long-term building renovation project, all worksites are considered construction sites according to provincial safety code.

See the signs: Worksite signage and barriers are there for your safety and the safety of workers on site. Please be aware of your surroundings.

Heed the signs: Follow signage instructions and please respect closures/detours, whether they're for 15 minutes while caretaking cleans a washroom or for multiple months while renovations take place.

Stay safe: Safety is always the first priority at every worksite, big or small. Do your part to keep yourself and our campus community safe.

Did you know? The Project Management Office currently has 120 projects in construction (March 2017).