Instructional Centre 2 is a new building for the University of Toronto Scarborough to create a major student hub on the north part of the campus. The Instructional Centre 2, or IC-2, will have nearly 18,500 square metres of academic space, including 21 technology-enhanced classrooms and lecture halls, labs, as well as study spaces, lounges and open seating areas for students.
The five-storey building, designed by ZAS Architects in collaboration with CEBRA Architecture, features modern glass façades to create open and inspiring spaces.
The environmentally friendly features of the building, include a green roof and energy efficiency performance that is 40 per cent above building industry standards.
Construction of IC-2 is scheduled to begin in early 2021, with an opening date in late 2023.
(images courtesy ZAS Architects and CEBRA Architecture)
Walters scope of work on this project is to model, fabricate and install structural steel and metal deck.
There will be 12 critical lifts and five engineered lifts with the tower crane. Seven members both Welded Wide-Flange (WWF) and Feature Stair stringers will be installed using mobile cranes. Suspended slab on the ground floor and atriums climbing to the roof create a challenge for accessing the slab edge at the atrium.