Construction

Board of Trustees approves over $100 million in capital projects, conditionally

On July 14, the Queen’s Board of Trustees approved two major capital projects — totaling over $100 million — provided that the funding can be secured before their respective construction begins.Continue...

Donations fund building projects, bursaries

Queen's solicits alumni for donations to fund construction, bursaries and faculty projects.Continue...

News in Brief: Month of July

Gord Edgar Downie Pier officially opens; Innovation & Wellness Centre to be named Mitchell Hall; AMS Human Resources Director resigns; Police confirm sexual assault investigation in University DistrictContinue...

Students invited to give input for future JDUC designs

After five months of consultations with students and the University about a potential redevelopment of the JDUC, the AMS launched a website on Monday inviting students to provide suggestions for the future building’s design.Continue...

Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre space set to expand

On Oct. 11, Director of Indigenous Initiatives Janice Hill (Kanonhsyonni), revealed that Queen’s would be expanding the Four Directions Aboriginal Centre.Continue...

Students struggle living amongst Division Street construction

This May, the City of Kingston began the long process of reconstructing Division Street between Union and Brock Streets. This came as a surprise to many students living in the area who received no prior notice from the City about the project.Continue...

To the Kingston Pier; I will wait for you

This summer, I plan to take full advantage of the beautiful and peaceful place that has been an essential part of the city I’ve called home for the past three years.

Just kidding – the pier is closed for the summer.Continue...

Before the demolition

In September 2016, the university began demolition on the Physical Education Centre (PEC).Continue...

AMS discuss JDUC architectural study and long-term options

On Feb. 2, a blog post from AMS Marketing and Communications announced that the surplus from the $1.2-million JDUC revitalization project will be invested into an architectural study of the JDUC to explore options for long-term planning.Continue...

New multi-purpose building added to University District

Construction is underway on a multi-purpose development on the corner of University Avenue and William Street, planned and approved by the City last year.Continue...

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