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  • NXL to provide Laboratory Design for Southampton Hospital

    NXL is pleased to announce that our firm will be providing Laboratory Design services for an upcoming renovation at Grey Bruce Health Services, Southampton Site. The Emergency and Laboratory renovation and addition project will be undertaken with Salter Pilon Architects.

  • NXL Projects Announced in Lab Design News

    Laboratory Design News has published announcements for NXL’s two exciting new projects at York University – Sherman Health Sciences Research Centre and the Life Sciences Building. Sherman was completed in 2010. To learn more about this project, click here. To learn more about Life Sciences Building, click here.

  • NXL names two new Associates

    NXL is pleased to announce the appointment of Frédéric Lacombe and Derek Inward as Associates. Frédéric and Derek join Stephen Ginsberg, OAA who has been an associate of the firm since 2004. Frédéric Lacombe, B.Sc. Arch, B.Arch., OAQ Intern Frédéric joined NXL Architects as a Project Manager in 2005. Since then, Frédéric has managed a variety…

  • Environment Minister Peter Kent Tours Life Sciences Building at York University

    Along with York University’s project leaders and facility users for the Life Sciences Building (LSB), David Lauzon and Frédéric Lacombe of NXL attended an informal walk-through of the new research and teaching facility with Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent. NXL, in association with SSG Architecture, designed the $70M Life Sciences Building for York University.

  • NXL Presents Krembil Discovery Centre at 2nd Annual BIM Forum

    Jay Levine, in conjunction with Ron Mar of Stantec Architecture, Jason Chobotiuk of Black and McDonald, and Ian Trudeau of Halsall and Associates presented the University Health Network’s Krembil Discovery Centre (KDC) at the 2nd Annual BIM Forum in Toronto on March 24, 2011. The presentation focused on the power of BIM to improve the…

  • Sherman Health Sciences Research Building

    After much anticipation and excitement, faculty and staff have finally moved into the Sherman Health Sciences Research Building. The facility includes areas for brain imaging, a virtual reality environment with rotating sphere and tumbling rooms, a visuo-motor assessment, infant visual development, as well as research programs in health promotion and neuroscience. This will also become…