The Toldo Lancer Centre is getting national attention, being featured in the latest publication of a magazine that focuses on the best new developments in Canadian architecture, design, and construction.
Award Magazine calls the University’s new athletics and recreation centre “a bold and impressive project that will positively impact health and wellness for many years to come.”
Author Jessica Kirby quotes UWindsor’s Vincent Georgie, associate vice-president external, and architect Craig Goodman of CS&P Architects.
Goodman talks about the inspiration and design themes used throughout the building.
“An important characteristic of this project was how deeply involved the student and faculty members were from early design to completion,” Goodman said. “We recognized their input and contribution as they were the major funders… We built a strong relationship with each of the representative student groups, and I think that comes through in the built result.”
Dr. Georgie calls the Toldo Lancer Centre “a beacon of campus and community pride for generations to come.”