Reimagining the University of
St. Michael’s College Campus 

As we look forward to our 180th anniversary in 2032, we are taking the opportunity to reflect on
how we can support the long-term success and adaptability of our campus for the future. 

By developing a Campus and Landscape Plan, we see an opportunity to inform and better plan for
the future of the college based on the campus experience today. 

Engaging with You 

As a part of our community, your unique perspective is invaluable in
shaping the future campus.  

Over the course of 2024-2025, as we embark on our engagement and design process, we invite you to share your experiences and
shape the future of our campus!  

We would like to understand how the campus has been serving the community, how space has been and is currently being used, and establish priorities to improve the campus experience for our students, faculty, staff, and broader community—for generations to come.

Upcoming Engagement Opportunities 

Introductory event: Join us at our Spring Alumni Reunion pop-up event on May 30, 2024 in the Quad from 6:30-9:00pm, to share your thoughts and experiences with members of our team! 

We are early in the process and will have more information about additional engagement opportunities in the coming months.

Stay tuned for project updates, and feel free to get in touch with the Project Team at any time.

Our Team

Planning, Design & Landscape Architecture

Community Engagement

As a multi-disciplinary design practice, Brook McIlroy approaches projects as ‘whole environments’, addressing all scales and types of project delivery from community visions to detailed design, and construction administration of landscapes, infrastructure, and buildings. Our award-winning landscape architecture, urban design, planning, architecture, and interior design teams are always ready to find new ways to collaboratively create meaningful, cohesive, and sustainable environments through a culturally sensitive approach across disciplines.

A critical and unique practice for Brook McIlroy is our Indigenous Design Studio led by six Indigenous professionals across all our disciplines. We are the only design practice in Canada gold certified by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’s Progressive Aboriginal Relations program.

At Bousfields, we believe the planning and community engagement processes are deeply rooted in collaboration and work to inform one another. This is why we have a dedicated team of community engagement experts to support clients in meaningful engagement practices.