News

Construction at Livyers Loop, Irwin’s Road and Prince Philip Drive starts July 4

Facilities Management is advising of closures in the area of Prince Philip Drive (east bound), Irwin’s Road and Livyers Loop beginning Monday, July 4 for approximately seven weeks.

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EIX wins a 2022 Atlantic Architectural Design Excellence Award

Every two years, the Atlantic Canadian provinces' Architectural Associations recognize and celebrate architectural design excellence. The Emera Innovation Exchange (EIX), part of the Signal Hill campus, recently won an award of excellence in institutional design. 

EIX SHC Architecture Award 2022 image.

PHOTO CREDIT: James Britton & Jermey Bryant

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Humanities and Social Sciences Commons cozier than ever

The newly refurbished Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Commons, in SN-1107, was completed with help from the Department of Facilities Management.

Completed renovations of the Humanities and Social Sciences Commons by Facilities Engineering and Development.

PHOTO CREDIT: Rich Blenkinsopp

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It was a whale of a day!

Facilities Management participated in Memorial's first open house event celebrating its oceans-related research and teaching and learning at "Whale of a Day" on Saturday, May 14, 2022.

Facilities Management Whale Day Booth 2022.

Facilities Management Booth at "A Whale of a Day".

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Campus cleanup a success

Facilities Management employees came out on May 2, 2022 to help with the first annual campus cleanup. 

A poster advertising the university spring cleanup on May 2, 2022.

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Emissions reduction

Memorial is taking a giant step forward toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the university’s carbon footprint. Funding was announced to replace a fuel-fired steam boiler with two electric-powered steam boilers in Memorial’s Utilities Annex. 

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Prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.

Facilities Management, the Sustainability and Climate Action Office and Student Housing have partnered with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.

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