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Press kit - Press release - Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2 - Moriyama & Teshima │ Montgomery Sisam, Architects in Joint Venture

Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2

Mississauga, Canada

Moriyama & Teshima │ Montgomery Sisam, Architects in Joint Venture

A premier post-secondary learning environment dedicated to the study of architecture, interior design and visual merchandizing.


Toronto, Canada, 2018-02-23 -

Designed by Moriyama & Teshima Montgomery Sisam, Architects in Joint Venture, the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2 (HMC2) opened in January 2017 as the second building on Sheridan’s newest campus. Accommodating an additional 3200 full-time students, HMC2 combines state-of-the-art formal and informal learning spaces to become an incubator for invention and applied creativity. Architectural interest is found in the complex sectional character of the building achieved by intersecting a porous inner bar with a variety of public spaces below.   


Experience

The sequence of discovery begins in the Creativity Commons, a double-height atrium around which series’ of learning spaces gravitate—research, training and leadership centres, maker spaces, meeting rooms, technology-enabled classrooms, food services, a gallery, and bookstore. A feature scissor stair, escalating 5 storeys through the atrium, connects these spaces visually and physically with the Commons and projects their energy and animation upwards. As users ascend and circulate, their experience of the building changes. Openings have been staggered and site lines curated to provide natural light and views across the floorplate, down into the atrium and or out to the new quad.


Program + Pedagogy

Informal study and lounge space is positioned in complement with programmed space to support a host of collaborative activities. Interstitial spaces—corridors and stairs—become qualitative elements of the building program that expand the public realm. Supporting integrated and connected floor plates; openness and legibility of major programmatic elements; and a showcase of student achievement, they redefine traditional approaches to education to support learning anytime anywhere, encouraging serendipitous encounters between users and an inspired exchange of ideas between disciplines. 


Approach

Delivered through a highly competitive Design-Build procurement process, HMC2 was challenged to do more with less. Efficient planning of the 223,000 sq. ft. building produced a compact footprint, maximizing site potential and program area with minimal material consumption. Vertical strips of standing seam metal and curtain walls interchange methodically, playing with light, shadow and the level of transparency of the façade to create the building expression while maintaining an efficient enclosure. A three-bar organization concentrates fixed elements in the center, leaving the outer bars, designed with modular structural grids, reconfigurable along their lengths to accommodate the repurposing of infrastructure without compromising access to windows. Efficiencies in construction assemblies and systems design yield an aggressive waste reduction target of 96 kWh/m2/annum and provide a 42% energy savings. HMC2 is also a Living Laboratory with live performance informatics, interpretive signage, mock-up displays, and exposed building systems, readily accessible to occupants designed to demonstrate sustainable building practices and inspire a positive campus-wide energy culture.  


Context

Located in the heart of Mississauga’s Civic Centre District, HMC2 is also about positive city-building, meeting the broader vision of the City’s Downtown 21 Master Plan by animating the public realm and transforming the existing suburban context into a denser, mixed-use urbanism. The transparent double-height base beneath opaque bars creates a clear massing concept and building profile that responds to frontages on three major streets, the future Scholar’s Green Park, and a suite of major urban infrastructure. Negotiating a substantial grade change, the design rationalizes pedestrian paths around the site and through the quad, inviting students, staff and community members to converge at the Creativity Commons. The Commons, its adjoining spaces and the activities therein, form a highly visible ground floor hub that engages with and animated the street, and provides a distinct face for Sheridan within the broader community. 


Project Data

Location: 4180 Duke of York Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5B 0G5

Client: Sheridan College 
Project End Date: January 2017
Size: 223,000 sq ft.

Consulting Team: Halsall Associates (Structural, Sustainability and Building Envelope); MCW Consultants (Mechanical, Electrical, IT, AV and Energy Modelling); Counterpoint Engineering (Civil); Valcoustics Canada (Acoustics); DesignABLE Environments (Accessibility); BA Consulting Group (Traffic and Transportation Planning); Security (Lobo Consulting Services); Entro Communications (Signage & Wayfinding)

Constructor: Bondfield Construction Company Ltd.
Photography: Shai Gil


About the Architects

Founded in 1970, Moriyama & Teshima is an internationally recognized team of architects, planners and designers collaborating with visionary clients to build inspiring and enduring spaces that transform communities and reinforce civic identity. The office offers services in architecture, master planning and urban design, interior design and program development. Their extensive portfolio of projects includes museums and art galleries, university buildings, schools, corporate and government headquarters, recreational facilities, libraries, restoration and renovation projects, and urban/campus planning.


Founded in 1978, Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. is a multi-award-winning Canadian architectural practice with a reputation for designing buildings with a larger social consciousness and sense of responsibility. The 75-person office provides clients with a full range of services including master planning, architecture, interior design, and urban design and offers expertise in a variety of building projects ranging from small renovations to complex additions and new, state-of-the-art facilities across many industry sectors, with a particular focus on designing for living, learning and healing. 

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