When the Arts Building was becoming overcrowded in the 1890's as enrolment climbed, new faculties were added to the University Campus. The Applied Science Faculty, (which was the term used for Engineering at that time), relocated in 1893 to two new buildings. One was donated by Thomas Workman and the other by Sir William Macdonald, one of McGill's most generous benefactors. You can read the complete history of the Macdonald Engineering Building, by visiting this website.
|Macdonald Engineering Building|
817 Sherbrooke St W
Located in the Macdonald Engineering Building are:
- Dean's Office, including the Office of Research and Graduate Education and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations
- Civil Engineering, website
- Mechanical Engineering, website
Click here to see where the Macdonald Engineering Building is located.