Computer Science Information Technology Centre

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Building Name: Computer Science Information Technology Centre

Other Names: Unknown

Civic Address: 550 Windsor Street

Sod Turning: Unknown

Cornerstone Laying: Unknown

Opened for Use: 2000

Official Opening: [Summer 2000?]

Architect: High Design ?

Named for: Its function as a centre for computer science.

Renovations/changes/additions: Space dedicated to formal usability evaluations of computer systems (known as Usability Laboratory) completed in the year 2000

Notes: Features the first curved roof built on UNB campus since 1876 when the curved third floor roof was added to Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts Building)

Named Spaces: NB Tel Lecture-Seminar Room (317) Support for this facility was provided by NB Tel, and Aliant Company, through a contribution to UNB's Venture Campaign. MacLauchlan-McKenzie Instruction Labratory (414) Funding for this student lab was provided to the faculty of computer science by Julia MacLauchlan (Microsoft) and Warren J. McKenzie (Redmond Group, Seattle and former chair of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation). The couple has made numerous valuable donations in support of the development of UNB's information technology capabilities for many years.


  • University of New Brunswick Computer Science [website]
  • Leroux, John. Building A University: The Architecture of UNB. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010, p. 119-120.
  • UA Case 123; Section 3, Box 1; Computer Science Information Technology Centre.

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