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The Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion (CMLP) is Western’s first LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certified building. It is a 45,000 square-foot, $20-million facility, featuring advanced environmentally sustainable construction technologies and methodologies. The CMLP houses research geared towards green technologies, processes and materials. The CMLP also hosts space for student engagement and educational experiences through hands-on design opportunities.
This video walks you through the atrium of the CMLP and into the student workspace area. Student clubs, groups and teams, such as Aero Design; Baja SAE; Concrete Canoe and Concrete Toboggan; Formula SAE; SunStang; WE Bots; and Women in Engineering, use the space regularly to work on team projects and priority initiatives.