This report examines the quality of space at Ontario universities and concludes that, overall, buildings in the university sector are in poor condition, as measured by the Facilities Condition Index. ...

Ontario Universities’ Facilities Condition Assessment Program – As of May 2014

Published: February 13, 2015

This report examines the quality of space at Ontario universities and concludes that, overall, buildings in the university sector are in poor condition, as measured by the Facilities Condition Index. While past investments of the provincial government have helped Ontario universities address the costs of building and infrastructure renewal, major sustained investments are required to improve the condition of buildings and infrastructure in Ontario universities.

The report was compiled by the Task Force of the Council of Senior Administrative Officers and the Ontario Association of Physical Plant Administrators.

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