UBC mass timber buildings

Visit mass timber buildings at UBC

With the innovative use of mass timber in its academic and operational buildings, The University of British Columbia (UBC) is at the forefront of revitalizing wood construction.

Integrating wood, a renewable material that stores carbon, into its buildings, reflects UBC’s commitment to sustainability and pioneering new building technologies which expands the market for B.C. forest products.

Wood’s structural performance capabilities make it appropriate for a broad range of applications—from small structures to larger and heavier framing systems used to build arenas, schools and other large buildings.

UBC Forest Sciences Centre | Photo credit: Don Erhardt

UBC mass timber buildings

Learn about the mass timber buildings at UBC's Point Grey campus in this fact sheet. A map is included for where to find each building.