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University of Waterloo Mathematics

Waterloo, Ontario

A new four storey building for the University of Waterloo’s Math Department

The four-storey Math 3 building houses the University of Waterloo's department of statistics and actuarial science, enabling expansion in all of the faculty of mathematics academic units. The new building provides 90,000 gross square feet of research and teaching space. It accommodates a total of 134 faculty members, graduate students and staff. The auditorium has seating for 392. The new facility helped expand research capacity for the faculty of mathematics, allowing for growth in three key areas: computational intelligence, health informatics and new media technologies.

The building includes a partial basement, mechanical penthouse and an underground service tunnel connection along with a tie in to an existing pedestrian bridge.


Young+Wright/IBI Group, MTE Consultants, Demaiter Engineering



Project Duration

October 2009 - April 2011


104,894 sq. ft



Project Type

Design Build


University of Waterloo

What our clients have to say...

"With Melloul-Blamey Construction Inc. as project leader, we all worked effectively as a team, coordinated all aspects of the work, and produced an outstanding show piece for the University of Waterloo."

Leon Demaiter

DEI & Assocaites