What We’re Up To

  • NXL wins new Carleton Health Sciences Building

    NXL, in joint venture with Montgomery Sisam, was awarded Carleton University’s new Academic Health Sciences Building. The new building will be approximately 100,000 gross square feet, and house the department of Health Sciences and Neuroscience. The facility will include modular  laboratories for teaching and research,  vivaium,  electronic and interactive classrooms, four lecture theatres, student resource…

  • Best Wishes from NXL

    In the spirit of the season, NXL has made donations to Sancta Maria House and Toronto Ronald McDonald House. Best wishes for a Happy New Year to our clients, business associates and friends.  

  • Jay Levine to speak at 2013 SLCAN Workshop

    We are pleased to announce that Jay Levine will be one of the featured presenters at the upcoming Sustainable Labs Canada (SLCAN) Conference in Ottawa, ON. The 2013 RPIC SLCAN Sustainable Laboratories Regional Workshop with take place at the Ottawa Convention Centre on September 4 and 5, 2013. On September 4, Jay will present “Rediscovering Your…

  • York Life Sciences Building Achieves LEED Silver

    We are pleased to announce that York University Life Science Building has achieved LEED Silver. In March 2013, the Canadian Green Building Council certified that LSB met all the LEED Prerequisites and awarded 34 LEED points to the facility to qualify the facility for LEED Silver. LSB, which began design in 2009 and was officially opened in 2012,…

  • University of Waterloo Science Teaching Complex Groundbreaking

    University of Waterloo announces the groundbreaking at the new Science Teaching Complex. https://uwaterloo.ca/news/news/new-science-complex-builds-commitment-undergraduate-studies

  • NXL to undertake Laboratory Design for new University of Waterloo Sciences Building

    NXL is pleased to announce that our firm will design the laboratories at the new University of Waterloo Sciences Building. Undertaken in collaboration with ZAS Architects and Bondfield, the five-storey, 120,000 sf Science Teaching Complex will be dedicated to undergraduate studies.