• Academic South and North

      2002-09
      The Academic South and Academic North buildings are located at the west end of campus. The 80 000 square-foot facilities include the Computer Commons, several multimedia lecture halls, office space, state-of-the-art labs, a food court, and student meeting space. The complex included some of the most modern technology, including broadband Internet video conferencing that enabled real-time visual contact between professors, students, and researchers from around the world.
    • Harrison Hall

      1999-01
      Harrison Hall holds the new Student Health Centre and Athletic Therapy Clinic. The centre provides the University's Health Services Department with a greater amount of space for students and staff, and the building is designed to make treatment more comfortable and efficient. The centre includes four examination rooms as part of the increased space. It is named after Bernard Harrison, a former Brock physics demonstrator who has donated over $1 million to the University.
    • Inniskillin Hall

      1999
      Inniskillin Hall Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture
    • Inniskillin Hall

      1999-06
      The building, which is attached to the Mackenzie Chown complex, holds facilities for Brock's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute. The Institute, which studies grape growing and wine production, is the only one of its kind in Canada, and only the third of its kind in North America. It includes specialized research laboratories, a climate-controlled wine cellar, a wine library, and a museum. The building is named after a Niagara winery, Inniskillin Wines.
    • Walker Complex

      2002-04
      The complex was comprised of the new Student/Community Health and Fitness Centre and the state-of-the-art health club called The Zone, in addition to encompassing the existing physical education facilities. Among the new facilities was a 23 000-square-foot gymnasium, which boasted four basketball courts and a 200-meter, three-lane elevated track. The building was named after Walker Industries Holdings, a Thorold firm that was the key donor to the project.