Humber’s Big Digs

Oct 4, 2013 | News

By Peter Davey

Here is an interactive timeline of Humber’s Big Digs.

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.