Toronto

University of Toronto – Highland Hall

Client

University of Toronto

Budget

$51 Million

Size

134,000 sf.

Completed

June 2018

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Post Secondary Education

Architect

Perkins + Will

Work on the Highland Hall facilities at the University of Toronto includes an extensive revitalization of the existing facilities and a new five storey addition with a connection to the Student Centre. The 134,216 square foot building will house faculty and administrative offices, student services, lounges and event and study spaces.

In addition to this, the facilities will feature two state-of-the-art tiered classrooms, the technologically advanced Centre for Teaching and Learning for academic skills training, a student commons, and a multi-use space that can accommodate up to 600 students at exam time. Environmental features include an extensive green roof that is visible from interior program areas and an eco garden that links with other naturalized planting areas on the university campus.

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