News Archive


2017


October

Project receives Gold Seal certification

MUN's Core Science Facility project receives Newfoundland's first Gold Seal certification.

June

Changes on Arctic Avenue

New walking route and flag persons present on Core Science Facility site.

April

Tender awarded

Construction to resume on Core Science Facility.

March

Whale on display

One of two blue whale skeletons on display at Royal Ontario Museum.


2016


August

Faculty of Engineering looking forward to Core Science Facility

Faculty of Engineering looking forward to Core Science Facility.

July

Core Science Facility tender cancelled

Memorial University has cancelled the major construction tender for its Core Science Facility (CSF).

June

Quick facts about the new Core Science Facility

The Core Science Facility, scheduled for completion in 2019, will provide modern research and laboratory teaching spaces primarily for the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. 

Catalyst for growth

Faculty members eagerly anticipating Core Science Facility. 

Building the future

Federal and provincial funding supports construction of Core Science Facility.


2014


August

Board of Regents approves concept design for core sciences facility

The Board of Regents has approved the concept design for the future core sciences facility.

July

Concept design phase of core sciences building nearing completion

The concept design phase of the new 425,000 square foot core sciences facility is expected to wrap up in July.

June

Plans for core sciences facility and efficiency review announced

The concept design phase of the new 425,000 square foot core sciences facility is expected to wrap up in July.


2013


August

Memorial advances core sciences infrastructure project

Memorial University has decided on the location of planned core sciences infrastructure on its St. John’s campus.


2012


November

Memorial welcomes province`s support for new core sciences facilities

The provincial government announcement of significant funding support for development of new core sciences infrastructure at Memorial University has been welcomed by the institution’s president and vice-chancellor, Dr. Gary Kachanoski.

Contact

Core Science Facility

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca