Campus Accessibility Guide - Biosciences Complex
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Biosciences Complex
(116 Barrie Street)

The Bioscience Complex is located just south of Union Street, and faces onto both Barrie and Arch Streets. It is north of the Cataraqui Building on Barrie Street, and Abramsky Hall on Arch Street.

Arch Street Entrance
The Arch Street entrance is accessible with a ramp and two sets of doors with automatic openers. The ramp has a railing. The opener for the first door is small and located on the left when entering the building. This entrance will brings visitors into the building's Atrium and cafeteria areas.

Barrie Street Entrance
The Barrie Street entrance is accessible with a level approach to the door but has no automatic opener.

There are three elevators. The elevators at the southeast and northeast corners of the Complex are the easiest to access. They are both equipped with wide doors and low control buttons. An older elevator is located in the central "Earl Hall" portion of the building. It is a small elevator and may require wheelchair users to back in to it.

There are accessible washrooms on each floor. Check the floor plans for exact locations.

Permit parking is available on Arch Street and at the lot south of Abramsky Hall. This lot is paved but steeply sloped in certain areas. There is time-limited parking on Barrie, Court and Bagot Streets and one accessible meter space on Stuart Street at George Street.

Check the classroom website for the accessibility of Biosciences Complex classrooms.

Floor Plans
Colour floor plans showing the locations of elevators, washrooms and more are located in a number of spots throughout the building including the vestibules at the Arch and Barrie Street Entrances.

Approaching the Arch Street entrance to the Biosciences Complex
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The Arch Street entrance to the Biosciences Complex.

Map showing main entrances to the Biosciences Complex
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Access to Biosciences Complex

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