Claudette-MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion


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Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Sunday: NOT OPEN




The Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion is a new $20-million 45,000 square-foot building that integrates modern technology and the principles of environmental sustainability.

The four-floor building connects the Spencer Engineering Building with the Thompson Engineering Building. The facility houses space for student engagement and educational experiences through hands-on design opportunities. Areas are available to promote collaborative learning, graduate student educational facilities, office spaces, and areas designed to promote informal idea and information exchange.

DO London Experience

Visitors will enjoy a tour The University of Western Ontario’s first LEED Gold-certified building. The 45,000 square foot, $20-million facility features advanced environmentally sustainable construction technologies and methodologies. Visitors will tour labs, student workspaces, and the green roof (weather permitting). Unique areas of the building include a green roof covered with flats of drought-resistant sedum, a hardy garden plant. A wind turbine and solar panels are also located on the roof to help generate electricity. It is the second building in London to achieve LEED Gold status.

Photography: Interior & Exterior – Photography, Filming & Tripod Permitted

  • Fully Accessible
  • Parking
  • Washrooms
  • Guided Tours Available
  • Self-Guided Tours Available