The Demolition of the DH Copp Building began last month for the planned development of the new School of Biomedical Engineering Building (SBME), a partnership between the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Applied Science, and a top strategic priority for the University and both Faculties. The vision of the School is to transform patient health and healthcare outcomes through unconstrained exploration of the best possible integrative solutions across engineering, medicine, and biology.
The new building will support the expansion of the undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as research activities. The functional program includes classrooms, teaching laboratories, research laboratories, office space, meeting space and informal learning/student community space. The 14,056.8 GSM (151,305 GSF) facility is proposed to be located at the D.H. Copp Building site on University Boulevard.
For more information on this project, visit School of Biomedical Engineering Building