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Robert G. Kuhn Centre at Trinity Western University

Trinity Western University is developing a landmark building that marks the entry to campus as well as creating an attractive student and faculty space.

LANGLEY, BC

Trinity Western University is developing a landmark building that marks the entry to campus as well as creating an attractive student and faculty space.

The new building will house the School of Business, international education (Trinity Western University Global), leadership, adult, and online education.

The lower two floors consist of a variety of classrooms and student spaces while the top two floors are mainly faculty office spaces. The building site is in the northeast corner of the campus between 76A Avenue and Highway #1.

The four-storey mass timber building includes a full-height atrium with a glazed penthouse that brings daylight into the communal spaces and connects the academic community. This atrium is crossed with a timber bridge at each level.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

CLIENT

Trinity Western University

ARCHITECT

ThinkSpace

OUR ROLE(S)

Structural Engineering Consultant

SIZE

54,000 ft²

BUDGET

$35 Million

MARKET (OFFICE)

VANCOUVER

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