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Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation

Monday, November 1, 2021

Barrett CTI Honored With 2020 Design Award of Excellence

The American Institute of Architects’ Canada Society chapter (AIA) has announced the recipients of its 2020 Design Awards. The annual awards recognize excellence in Canadian architecture, urban design and interior design. Home to FAST state-of-the-art learning labs, Humber College’s Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation, designed by Perkins and Will, was among 11 projects that received recognition from AIA Canada Society, and was recognized with an Award of Excellence, an honour shared only by the Senate Building of Canada.

The awards program promotes exceptional talent and celebrates those who are pushing boundaries, using new technologies and materials, and developing our future environments in ways that enrich our lives and advance health, inclusivity and stewardship. Visit the Canadian Architect website for the full list of recipients.

Outside of the Barrett Centre

Barrett CTI Attends the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show

The Barrett CTI team attended the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) from October 4-7 at the International Centre in Mississauga.

The only college to host a booth, the team proudly represented Humber College and connected with various industry professionals.

2 males and 1 female at the Cdn Manufacturing Show

SICK Canada, Humber College & Barrett CTI Featured in Manufacturing Automation

SICK Canada (SICK) partnered with Humber College to invest in research and development and co-created a SICK Sensor Lab in the Barrett CTI. This lab showcases how digital transformation is gaining traction among Canadian companies.

Read the full feature article on “Sensing Future Innovations with SICK Canada” in the October Issue of Manufacturing AUTOMATION!

people sitting in the SIC Sensor Lab in the Barrett Centre

Barrett CTI Information Sessions for all Faculty & Staff

The Barrett CTI is hosting information sessions once per week beginning October 27 through to November 18, 2021.

Each Information Session will introduce participants to:

  • The Barrett CTI team
  • Objectives and purpose of the Barrett CTI
  • How to book activities & spaces in the building through our Resource Management System
  • Learn about the equipment & technology and how to access it

This session is for all Humber faculty & staff and each session can be attended either in-person or online.

Register here

Barrett Centre for Technology Building