Green Buildings

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized green building standard administered by the Canada Green Building Council. There are four levels of certification: Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Certification is based on points awarded in five categories: sustainable site development, water efficiency, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. For more information on LEED, check out the Canada Green Building Council’s website. 

Since 2006, all large academic and research capital projects at UTM have been built to LEED silver minimum. UTM has five LEED Silver buildings, one LEED Gold building and one LEED Gold renovation. 

In addition, UTM considers the environment in all construction and renovation projects. Energy-efficient technologies, efficient use of space, and other environmentally friendly solutions are seriously considered for every project at UTM.


Building Name and DetailsBuilding AddressUofT Building CodeBuilding Image

Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre

1675 Outer CircleHM
Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre

 Health Sciences Complex

1777 Outer CircleHB


Health Sciences Complex

Instructional Centre

1599 Outer CircleIB
instructional building

Davis Building third floor

1867 Inner CircleDV
The indoor garden, showing bamboo plants and public art

Deerfield Hall

1535 Outer Circle 
Two students on the stairs of Deerfield Hall

Innovation Complex

1833 Inner CircleKN
The Innovation Complex in the evening

Maanjiwe nendamowinan

1535 Outer CircleMN
Artist's rendering of North Building Phase B, as seen from the football field