University of Toronto

William G. Davis Building Renovation

Client

University of Toronto (Mississauga Campus)

Budget

$18 million

Size

33,000 sf.

Completed

2020

Delivery Model

Design-Bid-Build

Sector

Post Secondary Education

Architect

Moriyama & Teshima Architects

Renovations to the W.G Davis Building, the cornerstone of the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus, began in spring 2018 and included updates to the building’s seating, main entrance, and food court.

Among the changes made to the structure was an expansion of one of its key locations. The Meeting Place, a gathering place for students, was expanded from 400 to almost 1,000 seats, alongside substantial aesthetic modifications.

 

A newly revamped main entrance to the building, which aimed to improve accessibility included an enclosed vestibule and exterior canopy. Renovation work included a complete revamp of the existing washroom spaces, replacement of the mechanical Air Handling Units.

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