A combination classroom and laboratory building located at the University of BC Campus. The total area is approximately 150,000 ft² spread over six floors. The facility is used to educate future chemical and biological engineers and provide laboratories for clean energy research (hydrogen fuel cells). General Contractor was Stuart Olson Construction with R.A. Duff and Assoc. being the Electrical Engineer.
Bridge Electric’s services started in the fall of 2002 for coordination and pricing. Actual construction on-site started in the spring of 2004 with occupancy for the majority of the building in September 2005. Final occupancy of the Hydrogen Research Lab was in the spring of 2006.