Science Research and Innovation FacilityThe end is in sight for the construction of the Science Research and Innovation Facility adjacent to Essex Hall.

Newest addition to campus almost ready to be revealed

The Faculty of Science’s new research and innovation facility is nearing completion.

The campus will see furniture delivered in mid-July, with additional moves conducted in three phases.

The first phase in mid-August will move in research labs of six materials chemistry faculty and graduate students, and one medical physics lab, to be housed mainly on the third floor.

Phase two, slated for the end of September, will relocate six faculty members from biology and biochemistry as well as graduate students, into the second floor of the new building.

The largest, most sensitive equipment is scheduled to move to the first floor during the final phase in mid-October.

For photos of the progress, visit UWindsor’s campus transformations website.

Sara Elliott

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