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Constructed in the early 1980s, the Schulich School of Engineering’s Engineering Block F (ENF) is in need of substantive renewal to address deferred maintenance, obsolete configuration, inefficient stacking, and underutilized space. The substantial changes to the ENF building are an integral component of reflecting the energized, collaborative, and transdisciplinary Civil Engineering scholarship and student experiences at the University of Calgary and will welcome the city, the campus, and the civil engineering faculty, staff, and students into an environment that reflects the university’s values.
Currently, the building has no front entry with primary access through the link with Engineering Block E (ENE). The renewal of the ENF building, the last major section of the university’s engineering complex to undergo renovations, will replicate the intent, spatial vocabulary and scope of the recent ENE renovation and will consider the implementation of the Canada Green Building Council’s Zero Green Building Standard. Building occupants and functions will be decanted, followed by demolition, reconfiguration, and replacement of building systems.