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Western University constructs ThreeC+

Tradeline | January 25, 2017

Western University is constructing the $51 million ThreeC+ facility in London, Ontario. Designed to enable students and faculty to connect, collaborate, and create, the four-story, 100,000-sf facility will provide interdisciplinary classrooms, dry research labs, team project rooms, design labs, and fabrication areas to support innovation in the fields of software engineering, sustainable infrastructure, and mechatronic systems. Read more

Western's latest engineering building under construction

Western Gazette | January 11, 2017

Located across the street from the Richard Ivey building, the ThreeC+ building construction began in late November and is expected to be fully completed in September 2018. Read More.

Fed investment backs new facilities, collaboration

Western News | September 30, 2016

A pair of Western facilities currently under construction received a $45-million shot in the arm earlier today thanks to the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund, a $2 billion federal investment fund seeking to create state-of-the-art facilities on Canadian campuses. Read more

Western University: Ottawa, Ontario pump $45M into new Western buildings dedicated to collaboration, innovation

London Free Press | September 30, 2016

A $45-million government investment in Western University will help boost Canada’s global competitiveness, a local MP says. Read more.

Western gets $45 million in infrastructure funding

CTV News | September 30, 2016

A $45 million infrastructure investment at Western University is touted as creating jobs, expanding research and fostering innovation, by university officials. Read more.

Western making more room for engineering students

London Free Press | June 31, 2016

Western University’s Engineering Faculty will soon break ground on a $40-million building designed to accommodate a 25 per cent expansion in enrolment. Read more.

 

 

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