Engineering Technology Building - The Future of Engineering
Research and Education

New engineering building
The new state-of-the-art Engineering Technology Building accommodates the Faculty's expansion into emerging areas of research and study.

New home of:

  • Engineering 1
  • McMaster-Mohawk Bachelor of Technology Partnership
  • School of Biomedical Engineering
  • Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice
    • Dofasco Centre for Engineering & Public Policy
    • GMC Centre for Engineering Design
    • Xerox Centre for Engineering Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • McMaster Biointerfaces Institute
  • Centre for Research in Micro- and Nano-Systems

Supporting the Faculty of Engineering’s expansion into emerging areas of research and study is the new five-storey, 125,000 square-foot state-of-the-art Engineering Technology Building.

The building is home to the first-year engineering program and the McMaster-Mohawk Bachelor of Technology Partnership. Teaching studios, tutorial rooms, study space, and classrooms support an enhanced first-year undergraduate experience.

The School of Biomedical Engineering and the Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice are located in the new building. Space is also designated for a new Biointerfaces Institute and research initiatives in nanotechnology and micro-systems.

The Engineering Technology Building is designed to LEED environmental standards and as a teaching tool. It is located at the campus’ Main Street entrance.

With the addition of the Engineering Technology Building, the Faculty is located in, or shares, eight buildings on campus.