Project Domino is a brilliant solution to many of the university’s infrastructure priorities because it revitalizes the buildings we already have on campus. Thirteen units and faculties will benefit from this major redevelopment. The project will retrofit existing facilities and move faculties and departments to better suit their needs, and it will create new opportunities for other faculties to move into the refurbished space – a strategic domino effect. It is an exciting new initiative that will both transform and preserve the historic buildings on the Fort Garry Campus, and it will poise the University of Manitoba to meet the needs of students and faculty for years to come. The centrepiece of the project is the renovation of Taché Hall, which will become home to the Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music and the School of Art.
Other Capital Projects
In order for the university to continue as Manitoba’s research engine, it is critical we upgrade our facilities and build modern study space for our faculty and staff.
Active Living Centre / Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
Arctic Research Facility