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Craig Goodman, Veronika Mogyorody, Marcello Guarini, Sandra Aversa, Douglas Kneale, Drew DilkensWindsor mayor Drew Dilkens, right, presents the Built Heritage Award to Craig Goodman, principal, CS&P Architects Inc.; professor emeritus Veronika Mogyorody; dean Marcello Guarini of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Sandra Aversa, special advisor, major capital projects; and Douglas Kneale, interim UWindsor president.

Armouries restoration receives heritage recognition

The City of Windsor honoured the University’s restoration of the former Armouries with a 2019 Built Heritage Award.

Windsor HallWindsor Hall has been chosen by the University of Windsor as the official name of the downtown building that houses the School of Social Work and Centre for Executive and Professional Education.

Pitt-Ferry building to bear name Windsor Hall

The University has named the building at the intersection of Pitt and Ferry streets Windsor Hall.

Sue Mark, Drew Dilkens, Alan Wildeman, Craig Goodman, Douglas KnealeExecutive director facility services Susan Mark, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, architect Craig Goodman and provost Douglas Kneale accept congratulations from Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens (second from left) on recognition from the city heritage committee.

City recognizes University’s commitment to architectural heritage

UWindsor officials received the 2016 Built Heritage Award during a meeting Tuesday of Windsor city council.

officials on tour in ArmouriesArchitect Craig Goodman, UWindsor facilities manager Dan Castellan, site supervisor David Lester, city councillor Rino Bortolin and city engineer Mark Winterton look over the excavation of the former Windsor Armouries.

Officials tour downtown development site

Construction crews led city and university officials through the future home of the School of Creative Arts, downtown Tuesday.

conceptual drawingArtist's concept of the building to be erected on the TBQ site.

Board approves next phase of downtown campus project

The University of Windsor has unveiled the design of a new building to be constructed in the city centre adjacent to the former Windsor Armouries. Located on the former Tunnel Bar-B-Q property, the new building together with the Armouries will be home to the University’s School of Creative Arts.