Durham College’s Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE) holds the honor of being the first building on the Oshawa, Ontario campus to achieve LEED® Gold certification through the Canada Green Building Council, reflecting the college’s commitment to sustainability, wellness and academic engagement. Designed by Montgomery Sisam Architects working jointly with the Architecture Council, the CFCE serves more than 30,000 students within its multi-level, 75,000-square-foot facility. Fostering connections within the campus and surrounding community, the CFCE’s transparent exterior showcases outdoor views and indoor natural light.
Rockfon acoustic stone wool ceilings provide a smooth white surface that maximizes light reflectance, provide good sound absorption, support indoor air quality and present a clean, modern aesthetic.
Durham College, Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE), Oshawa Campus
North Oshawa, Ontario