Langara to build new sciences and student services building

March 12, 2013

Vancouver-based Langara College is entering the second phase of its 25-year master plan to upgrade and expand its campus -- the construction of a new building for sciences and student services. The new facility will add 129,587 square feet of much-needed space to Langara's main campus. It will house state-of-the-art astronomy, biology, chemistry, computing science, nursing, and physics labs, as well as lecture halls and multi-purpose classroom spaces. The new building will also provide a home for new student services facilities and offices. The third and fourth phases of the master plan include construction of a new building for the creative arts and the renovation of A Building -- Langara's main teaching facility -- to meet current building standards. The second phase is self-funded. Langara News