Sheridan is one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary schools, serving over 23,000 full-time students and 35,000 continuing education students at three campuses in the western Greater Toronto Area. Sheridan has campuses in Brampton (Davis), Mississauga (HMC) and Oakville (Trafalgar). The Davis and Trafalgar campuses are situated in more suburban settings and each campus consists of approximately 100 acres of land owned by Sheridan. HMC is located in downtown Mississauga on lands leased from the City of Mississauga, with adjacent lands owned by the City of Mississauga and Oxford Properties.
Campus Master Plan (2019-Present)
Sheridan has initiated an exciting process to develop a bold, innovative and comprehensive Campus Master Plan that will provide a road map to transform the built environment over the next 30 years. The Campus Master Plan aspires to provide Sheridan students, faculty and staff on all three campuses with inspiring spaces to learn, teach, work, collaborate and innovate. Sheridan has engaged a multi-disciplinary consultant team, led by Urban Strategies Inc., to conduct the Campus Master Plan and related engagement process. The Master Plan addresses challenges such as aging infrastructure and facility conditions, the replacement of facilities that no longer meet user needs or accessibility standards or will have reached the end of a useful life span within the planning horizon, and the need to enhance the student experience.
Sheridan’s three campuses each have a different built form and organizational structure, open spaces, circulation and transportation routes; each campus is located in a distinct municipal context that requires a unique and tailored strategy to effectively guide change.
Surrey Centre Block Master Plan2018 - 2019
Region of Durham Social Housing2020 - present
Eglinton East Planning Study – Phase 12018 - present
East Warren/Cadieux Neighborhood Plan
Jericho/ʔəy̓alməxw/Iy̓álmexw Lands Comprehensive Development Concept Plan2020 – Ongoing
CMHC National Housing Strategy2019-2020
3411 and 3429 Bloor Street West2016 - Present
Master planning a 500-acre former airfield area into a new vibrant, resilient and green neighbourhood in Toronto.