Buildings & Grounds
Mohawk is committed to providing state-of-the art equipment and modern facilities that accommodate growth without increasing our carbon footprint. Since 2009, both the Fennell and Stoney Creek campuses have undergone significant renewal and growth.
Redesigned as a welcoming place to live and learn, this renewal has created modernized spaces while enhancing energy efficiency, barrier-free access and more.
Facilities like The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation at Mohawk's Fennell Campus provide opportunities for students and researchers to learn from leading-edge technologies and building design. The grounds incorporate native planting and climate-resilient design.
High performance Zero Carbon and LEED® buildings
College-wide facility and infrastructure upgrades
New 20–30 year Campus Master Plan (2019) which supports net zero and low carbon development
Sustainable Landscape Plan (2016) for enhancing and developing outdoor spaces in accordance with the principles of sustainability and climate adaptation
building in Canada to achieve dual-certification in Zero Carbon
Zero Carbon certified building
of LEED® certified buildings
acres of grounds managed with an organic approach
Spotlight OnThe Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation
In August 2018, Mohawk College opened The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation—a 96,700-square-foot net zero carbon building.
Highly energy efficient, The Joyce Centre's solar photovoltaic (PV) system is designed to generate 721,000 kWh of clean, renewable electricity annually. A geothermal system heats and cools the building.
The addition of this building supports a growing student population but does not add any corporate carbon emissions.