Facilities

Facilities

 

The EV Building, where Pillay works, relies on electrical and venting systems designed to reduce its environmental footprint. Its sister building (JMSB - under construction) will push the envelope further, earning LEED certification for its energy-aware design.

The EV Building relies on electrical and venting systems designed to reduce its environmental footprint. For an online tour of the EV Complex, please click here.

The Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering is located in the Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated (EV) Complex in the heart of downtown Montreal, a building which has received rave reviews from local media and city officials.  The vertical campus concept has proven to be more than theoretical and the sun-drenched staircases have become an inner causeway for exchange and social interaction between floors.  In the EV Building, there is space for all, including faculty and staff offices, labs (take a look at our Silicon Manufacturing Lab, lounges and dedicated graduate studies rooms. Faculty, students and staff now work in an environment that creates new links and exchanges between areas.

Our undergraduate teaching facilities are located in the nearby Hall Building. Here, you will find our newly renovated Engineering Design and Manufacturing Lab, Flight Simulator Lab, and our Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab.  Planning has already begun to renovate and modernize the rest of our teaching labs to better serve our undergraduate students.


 
 

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