Goodman Gateway construction enters next stage

With demolition complete, construction of the new Goodman Gateway is now underway.

The space will centralize many student-facing Goodman student support staff into one location, have a small collaboration room and include a multipurpose space that will be used for training, information sessions and group teamwork.

“This will really be an inviting and accessible space once completed,” said Ken Klassen, Operations Management Professor and the Goodman Lead for the project. “With demolition complete, the space is already so much brighter and the design choices will maximize the light in the final space.”

The project is repurposing 75 per cent of the 200 level of Mackenzie Chown Complex’s A Block and is expected to be completed for staff to move in before students return in September.

Goodman’s student programming staff, academic advisors, the Goodman International team and Goodman Career staff will all be moving into the space.

During this phase of the project, access to the courtyard on the north side of the Goodman School of Business building will be restricted to accommodate a construction laydown area and provide contractor access to the work site. The 200 level of Mackenzie Chown Complex’s A Block will also remain off limits.

There will be noise at times, but every effort will be made to minimize the noise disruption from the work during this period.

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