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Jackman Law Building, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto

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Location:
Toronto, ON
Building Structure Type:
Post Secondary
Owner/Developer:
University of Toronto
Architect:
Hariri Pontarini Architects / B+H Architects
Contractor:
Eastern Construction
Number of Storeys:
4
Size:
66,000 sq.ft.
Practice areas
This $42 million renovation and expansion project at the historic University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, will house spacious, modern, environmentally friendly classrooms, offices and collaborative areas for Canada’s pre-eminent law school. The new building increases space by 50 per cent by adding 66,000 sq. ft. and is comprised of three elements: a multi-story, crescent-shaped classroom and office wing overlooking Queen’s Park, an extensive interior renovation to the Bora Laskin Law Library and an update to the historic Flavelle House. The project is designed with the sustainability goals inherent to LEED® certification.
  • Project Converted or Innovated using Steel  |  CISC  |  2017
  • Award of Excellence  |  Canadian Architect  |  2013