The new Health Sciences Centre at Vancouver Island University is the first phase in a major $75 million-dollar redevelopment project on campus. The 4-Storey Health Sciences Centre will house teaching labs for nursing, health and chemistry programs, and an environmental research laboratory.
In order to reduce carbon emissions, the Health Sciences Centre utilizes a geo-exchange system that uses existing infrastructure from the decommissioned Wakesiah Coal Mine’s below the Campus to heat and cool the building.
2019 VICA Awards of Excellence
2019 VRCA Awards of Excellence – Silver Winner
Trotter & Morton was responsible for the supply, install, and commissioning of all Heating, ventilation and air conditioning, plumbing, insulation, controls, fire protection, laboratory and nursing gases, laboratory and nursing vacuum systems, compressed air system, and de-ionized water systems. Additionally, we were responsible for the installation of owner supplied equipment.