There are more than 20 construction projects underway at NSCC campuses across the province. Through our commitment to the continuous development of the social, economic, cultural and environmental sustainability of the College and our communities, each project exceeds environmental best practices and safeguards sustainability at all stages of development.
An exterior wall replacement adds to the campus's energy efficiency and greatly extends the life of the facility. The project is scheduled to be complete in spring 2021.The exterior envelope is nearing completion on the campus's new 40-bed residence and business research centre. Drywalling and interior finishes are also underway. The project is scheduled to be complete in summer 2021.The exterior wall replacement involves removing old concrete panels and installing new windows, insulation and a façade. The project is scheduled to be complete in spring 2021.The exterior wall replacement on the campus's D-Wing will improve energy efficiency and extend the life of the facility. This is the last of the campus's existing, permanent structures to undergo this upgrade. The project is scheduled to be complete in spring 2021.The Information Technology Innovation Centre is taking shape. Crews are currently working to close in the space and drywalling and interior finishes are also underway. The project is scheduled to be complete in summer 2021.The teaching kitchen has been expanded by 6,770 sq/ft. The space was designed with modern technology and environmental concerns in mind. It features new cooking equipment and on-demand ventilation, which reduces heat loss and fuel usage. The project was completed in fall 2020.The new campus, located on Sydney’s Waterfront, is currently in year one of a four-year build. Recent work includes driving 800 steel piles into the bedrock to create the foundation on which to build the new campus. The project is scheduled to be complete 2024.
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