Innovative new facility to cost $65.1M, to be completed by 2020

SBSS President Hanna Di Virgilio, Interim Dean Linda Schweitzer, Interim Provost Jerry Tomberlin, Board of Governors Chair Chris Carruthers, Bruce Nicol and Associate VP Darryl Boyce break ground for the Nicol Building at Carleton University.

SBSS President Hanna Di Virgilio, Interim Dean Linda Schweitzer, Interim Provost Jerry Tomberlin, Board of Governors Chair Chris Carruthers, Bruce Nicol and Associate VP Darryl Boyce break ground for the Nicol Building at Carleton University.

By Caroline Phillips, OBJ

Spirits were bright, like the mid-morning sun that shone down Tuesday on the groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on the Nicol Building, future home for Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business.

It was a milestone moment, made possible by a $10-million donation from Tartan Homes founder Wes Nicol in 2014, to kick-start funding for an innovative new space for collaboration and learning.

Full story at http://obj.ca/article/carleton-breaks-ground-nicol-building-future-home-sprott-school-business

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in
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