International Student Centre:
Reception desk, offices, meeting room, student lounge and two classrooms
Campus Beautification/Deferred Maintenance Projects:
Dillon Hall renovations: Upgrades to all the building’s washrooms, janitorial closets, mechanical and electrical storerooms. Renovations to classrooms 254, 256, 367 and 368 with new modern furniture and instructional equipment.
Student Centre Courtyard: Streetscaping including new cement work, wider walkways, stone planters, and solar benches. New seating, tables, bicycle racks, and planters filled with perennials.
Demolition of Cody Hall and former Drama building
Removal of former Cody Hall residence building and construction of a temporary parking lot. Removal of former Drama building for future development of Welcome Centre and Welcome Centre Commons.
Completion of third floor, Medical Education Building:
Construction of a research collaboration space encompassing a 56-seat classroom, seminar and meeting rooms, group learning suites, simulation labs for nursing and medical students, and nursing offices.
Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation:
Eight classrooms, more than a dozen student meeting rooms, over 250 graduate student work/study areas, 80 teaching and research laboratories, an Industrial Courtyard to foster a direct connection between education, research, and industrial innovation.
Upgrades to create a pedestrian-friendly corridor featuring raised planters holding low perennials and shade trees, with benches, bicycle racks and trash receptacles selected to complement the materials being used in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.
Conversion of Sunset Avenue to pedestrian use
Sunset Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Fanchette and Wyandotte streets, making it internal to campus and ensuring a safe and aesthetically pleasing passage for pedestrians.
Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre and Parking Structure
Two separate buildings connected by a second-storey pedestrian bridge—a two-storey office building which will house organizations engaged in enhancement of the community, as well as Campus Community Police, Parking Services and other amenities; and a seven-level parking garage with up to 1,000 spaces and bicycles racks.
Expansion of the Odette School of Business:
Renovations to provide space for several new centres for entrepreneurship and innovation, classrooms, small meeting rooms and individual study areas.
Former drama building cleared in summer 2012 and slated as the proposed site of a two-storey office building to house offices for student admissions and recruitment, advancement and alumni affairs and public affairs and communications.
Downtown Campus Expansion:
Pitt Ferry Building: The School of Social Work and the Centre for Executive and Professional Education has been relocated to this downtown landmark.
Armouries building: Is the home of the newly combined School of Music and Visual Arts.
Former Bus Depot site: The University if looking at options for the former bus depot that will benefit both the University and downtown area.
Chatham Street Parkette: This site will be used as green space with performance opportunities in a small amphitheatre to supplement the University of Windsor downtown campus precinct.