A showcase for the future of learning at BCIT, the Trades & Technology Complex will create a world-leading, adaptive learning environment for 21st-century trades education.
A collection of new and renovated buildings and enhanced campus infrastructure, the TTC will create increased access to world-leading, adaptive learning environments for 21st-century trades education.
Elements of the Complex
- Trades and Technology Centre
- Carpentry Pavilion
- Marine and Mass Timber Workshop
- Campus Services Building
- Ecological restoration of Guichon Creek
Trades and Technology Centre
Four storey, 7,670 square metre building with mass timber elements to consolidate several trades programs into one location with space for inter-trade collaboration.
Pavilion constructed of mass timber, with covered open project area and enclosed classroom spaces which will house the new Mass Timber Construction training program.
Marine and Mass Timber Workshop
Steel with high overhead clearance, open ends, and gantry cranes. Will allow the new Mass Timber Installers and Marine Fitting programs to erect mass timber structures and heavy steel mock-ups.
Campus Services Building
Two storey, 3,250 square metre facility, constructed of mass timber to consolidate the current Corporate Services, Campus Development, Project Services, and Facilities Management to a single, modern site.
Ecological restoration of Guichon Creek
The restored creek will serve as a new pedestrian greenspace through the heart of the Burnaby Campus, as well as a Living Lab for students studying ecological restoration.
NE06 Pipe Fitting Structure A new outdoor teaching space will form part of NE06 for Pipe Fitting.