This Otto Maass lab on the second floor, corner block, has been renovated and is back in regular use.

Biochemistry student, Maxime Sawicki, works in one of the new labs on the 8th floor of the McIntyre Medical building.. (photo: Balbir Gill)

Second floor labs at Pulp and Paper. (photo: Balbir Gill)

A completely renovated lab in the main pavilion of the Macdonald engineering building. (Photo: Balbir Gill)

McIntyre: New exhaust hoods and lab benches are among the more visible signs of dramatic improvements to Medical facilities in the building. (photo: Balbir Gill)

The new cupola which is now on the renovated roof of the Macdonald Stewart library.

Renovations to the monumental south staircase of the Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry building were among renovations required to bring the building into compliance with city safey codes.

Featured Infrastructure Projects

McGill is improving its facilities to better support modern research and teaching needs, while preserving the architectural heritage of our buildings and conserving the green community-oriented spaces at our campuses.

This website provides general information about some of our major projects. The work ranges from highly-visible projects, like exterior projects, to the upgrade of ventilation systems and new laboratories for the leading-edge research that takes place in our departments.

*VIEW OUR MAP*: Check out this map to find out about ongoing or upcoming projects. This map will be updated as projects advance so you are invited to check back regularly for up-to-date information. Please note that this map does not include all construction or renovation projects on McGill campuses. It may not include projects such as smaller classroom or lab renovations, for example. For more information on work happening in your building, please contact your building director. The list of building directors can be found here.