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Project Alistair Ross Technology Centre Location Calgary, AB Completion 2007 Size 9,290 m2 Client Calgary Technologies Project Type Concept Share this project:

Alistair Ross Technology Centre

Providing the runway for tech startups to take off.

The Alastair Ross Technology Centre (ARTC) for Calgary Technologies Inc. (CTI) is a mixed-use development designed for multiple phases of construction. Located on the University Innovation Park, it serves as a link between the University of Calgary campus to the south and the commercial research activity taking place in University Innovation Park. Phase I was the conversion from a purpose-built wet lab building to office space for technology tenants. Phase II was the addition of a three-storey office building designed for small tenants with a high-technology focus.

Phase III (ARTC III) is a 100,000 square foot addition to the existing ARTC. ARTC III will complement and expand on CTI’s mandate of providing incubator space and services for small high-tech and bio-tech business by integrating high quality, flexible office space, shared commercial services (meeting and conference facilities, administration support, etc.), biological laboratories and associated services, and high-tech laboratories in one purpose-built building. The site will incorporate an ample amount of underground parking and secure loading space. Integrating these components into a single space will make this building the first of its kind in Alberta.


Year Award Organization
2006 Office Building of the Year (100,000 – 249,999 Sq.ft.) BOMA Canada
2003 Building of the Year (Suburban Office Building) BOMA Canada

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