Posts By: Dept. of Civil + Mineral Engineering

Harvest Day 2015 yields more than 20 kilos: Skygarden

TORONTO – On Thursday, September 3, 2015, volunteers from TD Bank and Manulife Financial joined skygarden volunteers for Harvest Day 2015. Over 21 kilograms of fresh produce was harvested and donated to the Scott Mission. “It’s so rewarding to see…

Capstone Choice Form – CIV498H1

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Turning an 1870’s solid masonry house into a low-energy home

Using a Nested Thermal Envelope DesignTM This project involves the renovation of a historic solid masonry home on the University of Toronto campus using an innovative, low-energy approach known as GEMINI Nested Thermal Envelope Design (GEMINI NTED)™.

Memories of Gull Lake

Why learning to survey is an unforgettable experience for University of Toronto engineers.

Grads to Watch: 16 global engineering leaders

We’re delighted to celebrate 16 exceptional “Grads to Watch” — just a few of the talented and accomplished U of T engineers who will receive their degrees at Spring Convocation on June 15. Selected by their home departments, each of these…

Engineering students race concrete canoes across Toronto’s waterfront

On May 10, more than 250 engineering students from 12 universities across Canada converged in Toronto to make the unfloatable float. They raced canoes made of concrete — boats they designed and built themselves — for the 2015 Canadian National Concrete Canoe…
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