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Old Posted Mar 23, 2017, 5:38 AM
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At first glance it does look a little gratuitous. What's the function of the two flying slabs?

Hopefully to cover some rooftop study space, or at least to collect rainwater for toilets, and capture sun to generate electricity.
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Old Posted Mar 23, 2017, 1:16 PM
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At first glance it does look a little gratuitous. What's the function of the two flying slabs?

Hopefully to cover some rooftop study space, or at least to collect rainwater for toilets, and capture sun to generate electricity.
Yep, they're solar panels. It's Hamilton's first zero carbon building that'll generate more energy than it consumes.
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Old Posted Mar 23, 2017, 7:08 PM
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That's cool, I can accept a couple non-gratuitous Alsopian slabs if that's their purpose.

The captured rainwater has to go somewhere, so hopefully to a cistern on the top floor.
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Old Posted Mar 24, 2017, 12:17 AM
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Yep, they're solar panels. It's Hamilton's first zero carbon building that'll generate more energy than it consumes.
Cool. If there's a reason for it beyond 'flair' then I'm for it.
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Old Posted May 22, 2017, 7:01 PM
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There is a pair of live construction cams on the site of the new Joyce Centre up at Mohawk.

Here are the links!

http://142.222.6.40/view/viewer_index.shtml?id=2

http://142.222.6.41/view/viewer_index.shtml?id=2
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The company I work for are installing the steel floor and roof deck.
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the mckeil school of business, or the i-wing as we knew it, is still imo one of the most brilliant pieces of architecture mohawk college has - with the bountiful amount of light - the different shapes and angles and the circular atrium inside, I just really enjoyed being in this wing whenever I could
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Pics courtesy Gary Yokoyama on Twitter, should be in tomorrow's Spec.







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Old Posted Sep 18, 2018, 8:13 PM
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I have a class in that building once a week, and I can tell you it is a very nice addition. Very bright and welcoming and the main floor study area is very nice (il be posting pictures in coming days). But something that needs to be addressed very soon is Fennel Ave, The roads are TREACHEROUS, it's almost as bad as how Main West was during the winter.
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^What's wrong with Fennel?
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^What's wrong with Fennel?
Between Garth and the Governors, it is a VERY bumpy ride.
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2018, 6:31 PM
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Gally Area inside the Innovation Building (EA WING)

Construction is still ongoing and a cafe will be built in that area as well. Looks like there are 6+ lab classrooms, 2 lecture halls and 1 lecture classroom (don't quote me). Each floor has 3 restrooms (male, female, neutral)

7402B3A3-B1AC-4512-AC1D-30DF289D10E4 by freerealms454, on Flickr
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