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1 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Innovation

2 Engineering is moving! Stay informed:
In May and June of 2015, the Faculty of Engineering will move into the new Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering (ICE). The building has provided an opportunity to design, develop, and deliver effective and customer-focused services in support of the teaching, learning, and research activities of the Faculty of Engineering. To keep up to date: Read the new EnggMOVES e-newsletter Visit the “Engineering is Moving” section on the Faculty of Engineering website, which features the floor plans and an FAQ section further questions to:

3 News story on Donadeo ICE
Donadeo family honours its past and helps build engineering’s future A major gift from an alumnus Lorenzo Donadeo, who graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering in 1981, his wife Donna, and their family is enabling the University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering to grow student enrolment and increase its capacity for teaching and research. Donadeo is a co-founder, CEO and director of Calgary-based Vermilion Energy Inc. Established 20 years ago, the company is recognized as a top employer in Alberta and across Canada, as well as in the Netherlands and France. He says the gift and naming of the centre is a respectful recognition of family sacrifices made a generation ago. In recognition of the gift, the facility the family is supporting will bear their name: the Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering. The gift announcement was made during a Dean’s Reception kicking off Alumni Weekend. Referring to the U of A as “an internationally recognized top-tier engineering university,” Lorenzo Donadeo said he and his family are excited about supporting the school and growth in the Faculty of Engineering. The gift is “a way for us to say thank you for the great work the Faculty of Engineering does,” he said, adding that engineers and leaders of the future will benefit from the gift. Read the full story here.

4 Donadeo ICE Building Overview
116 street & 92 avenue tallest, most energy efficient building on campus (will achieve LEED Gold certification) 28,400 square metres 14 levels 1,700 engineering faculty members, staff and students

5 Donadeo ICE will lead to:
enhanced interaction and collaboration across disciplines and with external partners Transforming delivery of services to departments, faculty, staff, students, and external partners enable redevelopment of existing engineering buildings to create new instructional and research laboratory spaces Support a 50% expansion of the Faculty of Engineering by increasing: faculty 200 to 300 grad students from 1,600 to 2,400 undergrad students from 4,000 to 6,000

6 Floor plans Basement – Loading dock
Level 1 – Grad student & common space Level 2 – Student & Outreach Services Level 3 – Grad student space Level 4 - Grad student space Level 5 – Grad student, faculty & staff space Level 6 – Civil & Environmental Eng & IT Services Level 7 - Civil & Environmental Eng Level 8 – Fred Pheasey Student Common Level 8A – Common area Level 9 – Office of the Dean & Academic Services Level 10 – Mechanical Engineering Level 11 – Electrical & Computer Engineering Level 12 – Chemical & Materials Engineering Level 13 – Biomedical Engineering Level 14 – Elevator machine room Note: There may be some changes to floor plans once construction is complete.

7 L1 Basement loading docks service & support

8 Level 1 – Ground Floor Main entrances
graduate student work stations with capacity for 71 (green) 5 meeting rooms (yellow) common meeting areas (yellow) coffee-food service area *DICE concept

9 Level 2 – Student & Outreach Services
Student Services (brown) 22 offices Discover E (purple) breakout/common work area (yellow) Engineering Student Services Centre coffee-food service area. 33 Co-op interview rooms Pedway access to Windsor Car Park, CME, ETLC, and NINT

10 Level 3 – Grad Student Space
lobby area, breakout/common work area (yellow) ~250 grad student work spaces (green) coffee-food service area 6 meeting rooms direct hallway access to CME building

11 Level 4 – “Grad Student Space”
~300 grad student work spaces (green) coffee-food service area 7 meeting rooms (yellow) direct hallway access to CME building breakout/common work area (yellow)

12 Level 5 – Student, Faculty & Staff Space
grad student work spaces (green) coffee-food service area faculty and staff work space (pink) direct hallway access to CME building meeting room, lounge, breakout/common work areas (yellow)

13 Level 6 – Civil & Environmental Eng Department & IT Services
~100 grad student work spaces (green) coffee-food service area faculty and staff work space (pink) direct hallway access to CME building meeting room, breakout areas (yellow)

14 Level 7 – CivE Department
~100 grad student work spaces (green) coffee-food service area 65 faculty and staff offices (pink) direct hallway access to CME building 5 meeting rooms, 2 breakout areas, photocopy/work room (yellow)

15 Level 8 – Fred Pheasey Student Common
Fred Pheasey Student Common – West side (yellow) tiered meeting room, 7 meeting/breakout rooms -- East side (yellow) coffee-food service area – East side direct hallway access to CME building – East side

16 Level 8 – Fred Pheasey Student Common
A gift was honoured at the Dean’s Engineering Alumni Breakfast (Sept. 20, 2014), from Fred Pheasey, a mechanical engineering alumnus(1965). Thanks to his generous support, levels 8 and 8A will be named the Fred Pheasey Engineering Commons. Fred Pheasey has been a supporter of the faculty and the U of A for over a decade. In 2007, he established an endowment to support the Frederick W. Pheasey Lecture in Engineering Ethics.

17 Level 8A – Common & Meeting Areas
West – Mezzanine/common area East – Mezzanine – 3 meeting rooms & 2 common seating areas

18 Level 9 – Office of the Dean & Academic Services
3 meeting space (yellow) Academic services (finance, HR, fund development) (gold) photocopy/work room lounge, coffee/food service area 18 offices (pink) Academic support space (olive)

19 Level 10 – Mechanical Eng Department
~80 offices (pink) photocopy/work room 3 meeting rooms, 1 breakout area (yellow) lounge, coffee/food service area Academic support space (olive)

20 Level 11 – Electrical & Computer Eng Department
~80 offices (pink) photocopy/work room 3 meeting rooms, 1 breakout area (yellow) lounge, coffee/food service area Academic support space (olive)

21 Level 12 – Chemical & Materials Eng Department
~80 offices (pink) photocopy/work room 3 meeting rooms, 1 breakout area (yellow) lounge, coffee/food service area Academic support space (olive)

22 Level 13 – Biomedical Eng Department
~50 offices (pink) Academic support space (olive) 1 meeting room, 1 breakout area (yellow) photocopy/work room

23 Design & Construction Architecture and Structural Engineering Design
DIALOG is a fully integrated multidisciplinary team of architects, engineers, interior designers, urban designers and planners with a special culture and spirit. This spirit springs from our longstanding commitment to a collaborative approach to design and community building that permeates every aspect of our work. The company’s portfolio spans from cities to building interiors. Its team has tackled the planning of entire communities, the design of residential, institutional and commercial facilities, as well as the design of unique structures such as bridges and sculptures. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Design Hemisphere Engineering Inc. has offices in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta. We offer a full range of mechanical and electrical engineering services to the commercial, institutional and utility markets. Its state-of-the-art mechanical and electrical engineering services transform buildings from four walls and empty shells to places where people can live, work and play in safety and comfort. Hemisphere’s cutting-edge technology and innovative designs provide heating and air conditioning, good air quality, serviceable plumbing, appropriate acoustics, proper lighting and reliable security, fire protection and safety systems – all the elements of a “liveable” interior environment.

24 …Design & Construction continued
General Contractor Ellis Don is an employee-owned company, founded in London, Ontario in It is a major international firm completing more than $2 billion in new construction projects annually, with approximately $5 billion in construction projects underway. Ellis Don is one of the largest building contractors in Canada and was named by Globe and Mail’s Report on Business, as one of the 50 Best Employers in Canada, ranking 1st for The National Post also named Ellis Don for the 5th consecutive year as one of the 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada. Senior Project Manager
Jairo De Vivero
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Senior Project Superintendent 
Michael Pereversoff
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25 Sustainable Practices & Technology
The Donadeo ICE building has been designed to achieve, at a minimum, the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System Silver certification for Core and Shell development. Responsible construction practices coupled with several leading edge technologies will reduce resource and energy use, minimize environmental impact and improve indoor air quality. For example: Considerate land use: no green space is being lost Fan Walls: Instead of using large energy-intensive fans to draw in fresh air it will employ Fan Wall technology that uses an array of smaller fans that operate at variable speeds, on demand Energy use is dramatically reduced and maintenance costs are lowered significantly.

26 …Sustainable Practices & Technology continued
Chilled Beams: enable the heating and cooling of a building to be decoupled from its ventilation. Instead of air being used as the primary heating and cooling medium, water is used to heat or cool the air in the occupied spaces. This results in a significant reduction in the size of the main air handling equipment and its associated ducts throughout the building and in the total annual amount of energy required to heat and cool the building. Reducing hot water: Instead of continuously circulating hot water so you don’t have to let water run down the drain while you wait for heated water to come out of the spout, this problem has been eliminated by heating water on-demand at the tap, saving on heating costs and eliminating the energy used to constantly pump hot water through a building. Reducing water use: Low-flow bathroom fixtures will dramatically reduce water use. Motion-sensing light switches: When you walk into a room the lights automatically turn on and when you leave, the lights turn off. Monitors to track energy use installed in Donadeo ICE and CME More details about the sustainability of Donadeo ICE can be found at: Faculty of Engineering website.

27 More information… For more information visit The Faculty of Engineering’s website. Questions can be ed to:


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