The University of Saskatchewan’s new Collaborative Sciences Research Building received a $30.1 million investment from the Government of Canada. The facility houses the biology and agricultural disciplines; with the goal to further develop more efficient bio-based energy systems. CiF assisted the University with designing state-of-the-art laboratories that promote interdisciplinary collaboration. CiF’s premium SEFA tested laboratory wood casework is cured and finished with a catalyzed vinyl coating making it acid, solvent, and water resistant; perfect for harsh laboratory environments.
Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
- Project Size: 20,000 sq. ft.
- Total Construction Budget: $30.1 million
- CiF Contract: $1.6 million
- CiF Premium E-Line Bamboo Wood Casework
- CiF Premium S-Line Metal Casework
- CiF APEX Air Fume Hoods
- Ceiling Service Tiles
- Phenolic Resin Work Surfaces
Project Delivery Team:
- Architect: Henry Downing Architects
- Lab Planner: FLAD Architects
- General Contractor: Wright Construction
- Dealer: CiF Direct