The UBC Geological Field Station is located in Oliver, British Columbia adjacent to the White Lake Grasslands Protected Area. The new facility will replace existing, aging camp buildings that have reached the end of their lifespan. The Field Station complex consists of: a main building with learning, dining and kitchen functions; a faculty cabin; and, heavy duty tent structures for students. The design expression is functional, spare and simple. The Geological Field Station will be used by students and faculty of the UBC Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences.
Completed in 2018, Manrell Hall is a 4,350 square metre middle school that focuses on the educational stage bridging elementary and senior school. The three-storey, rectilinear red brick-clad building is designed to maximize shared formal and informal learning spaces with classrooms arranged in learning neighbourhoods to support a 21st century learning pedagogy. Manrell Hall features a spacious sky-lit entry lobby, dining hall, founders atrium and campus ministry. The facility is the first phase of a master plan developed by Acton Ostry Architects for Vancouver College, the only all boys independent Catholic school in British Columbia.
Scheduled for completion in 2020, the new 5,000 square metre Lord Tennyson Elementary School is a French Immersion school to more than 400 students from kindergarten to Grade 7. Located in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver, the LEED Gold target project will feature state-of-the-art 21st century learning environments on the first and second floors and a 69-space City of Vancouver child care centre with an expansive outdoor play area on the third floor. The project is a partnership between the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Children and Family Development, the Vancouver School Board, and the City of Vancouver.