Engineering, Management and Education Building
With new labs, classrooms, more learning and living space, Management students coming to The University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus experience their education in some of the newest, state-of-the-art facilities on any post-secondary campus. The Management building incorporates high-tech teaching tools from lectures being delivered on large screens from anywhere in the world to the newest energy-saving technologies. The new structure uses geothermal process to heat in the winter and cool in the summer.
The expansive Richard S. Hallisey Atrium inside the five-storey Engineering, Management and Education (EME) Building.
EME is the largest building on campus at 16,769 square metres – its footprint is about the size of a Costco Wholesale store.
The Faculty of Management’s home is a $68-million Gold Seal Standard building completed in 2012, featuring classrooms and breakout rooms, meeting spaces, lecturetheaters, and hands-on training resources. The Engineering, Management and Education (EME) building is the largest on campus at 16,769 squaremeters. The building has a green roof and is targeted to achieve five out of five points for LEED Innovation in Design for clear-water utilization, education, green housekeeping and green power.