Humber’s Big Digs
By Peter Davey
Humber’s top brass broke ground today on the Learning Resource Commons building at the North Campus.
The project is the largest in Humber’s history, costing $84.2 million and covering 260,000 square feet.
Until it is completed, students will be forced to navigate a maze of scaffolding and fences as they enter and exit the school. Construction chaos has been a common feature at Humber’s North Campus since it opened in 1968. Numerous facelifts and expansions have given the campus its characteristic confusing layout and organic design.
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