The Mitchell Hall name will appear over the eastern entrance.
The gym floors from the three gyms which resided within the Physical Education Centre (PEC) are being repurposed as a third-floor feature wall.
The eastern entrance of Mitchell Hall.
Work continued outside throughout the summer, with landscaping, paving, and other finishing touches.
Mitchell Hall on a snowy November night.
Repointing work is underway to touch up the limestone façade.
The eastern side of the building, where glass meets metal and metal meets heritage limestone.
Once the building is enclosed, the focus turns indoors.
Heavy pre-cast concrete panels are lifted into place on the north side.
Workers are tearing out stone which has sat in these window frames since 1970.
A worker passes by the front façade of Mitchell Hall.
Workers plan out the day's activities.
There will be a staircase here once construction is complete - located just steps from the Union Street entrance.
This area will form a major intersection for the campus community.
A worker maneuvers heavy duty structural steel into place, connecting the old with the new.
A worker carries a sledgehammer and a fire extinguisher through the construction site.
The main foyer of Mitchell Hall will feature lounge space and a retail food outlet.
The Innovation Hub on the main floor will feature events, study, and programming space. The second-floor common lounge for undergraduate mechanical and materials engineering students overlooks the Innovation Hub space. These students will also gain new laboratories and a rapid prototyping and testing lab in Mitchell Hall.
The Innovation Hub will support the many student-led innovation conferences and events.
Touch down tables, optimal for collaboration, will also be available to turn the Hub into a workspace.
The Physical Education Centre's three gyms will be available once again when Mitchell Hall opens. One gym has been relocated.
Athletics and recreation will receive a boost, with the re-opening of two gyms, the addition of a gym to the lower level, and the addition of a high-performance training centre for varsity athletes.
A red centrepiece staircase connects each level in the main atrium.
A second level view of the main atrium, which will serve as a major intersection for the campus community.
Another view of the second floor, with access to an Engineering teaching studio located on the right.
The Beaty Water Research Centre will be located on the third floor, featuring labs and meeting space.
Student wellness is top of mind in Mitchell Hall with refreshed space for Counselling and Health Services, the Peer Health Educators program, an Examination Centre, a multi-faith chapel, and more.
The IWC's multi-faith chapel space.
Mitchell Hall's south side, which faces Union Street and features the heritage façade.
Mitchell Hall's south-eastern corner, which contains the Innovation Hub.
Mitchell Hall's eastern side.
The north side passageway between the Athletics and Recreation Complex, the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, and Mitchell Hall.