The Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex towers over Ryerson University with textured aluminum

Of the 40 or so buildings operated by Ryerson University, a rapidly growing public university in Toronto, no others reach as high as the Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex. The 28-story building spans roughly 300,000 square feet and accounts for a sizable chunk of the 800,000 Ryerson has added in the past decade as part of an ambitious 2008 master plan.

The 28-story complex reinterprets the tower-on-podium typology (Tom Arban)Architect
Perkins&WillStructural and Facade Engineer
Sound SolutionsMechanical Engineer
MCWConstruction Manager
Eastern Construction CompanyLocation
TorontoCompletion Date
2019Lighting Design
CrosseyCustom Metal Paneling
Gage Metal CladdingLandscape Architect

The Health Sciences Complex houses facilities for four academic departments, including the Schools of Nursery and of Nutrition, as well as 330 student residences. Amenities

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