Booking Space

Engineer Design Centre Room Reservation Policy

 If you wish to reserve a space in the Engineering Design Centre (EDC), the procedure is the following:

The only EDC spaces that can be reserved for events are:

  1. The 1st floor “Atrium” – Hallway – EDC Room 100- (6 tables X 4 people; Capacity: 130 people),
  2. The 1st floor “Design Studio”- EDC Room 102 with Mezzanine- (Classroom: 18 tables X 4; Capacity 75 people and Mezzanine: 8 tables X 4; Capacity: 25 people;  one projector),
  3. The 2nd floor “Michael Isaacson Meeting Room” –EDC Room 224-  (Capacity 7-9 people)
  4. The 3rd floor “Classroom”   – EDC Room 301 – (Capacity: 66 people; one projector) -ONLY available on weekend; request Fob access.
  5. The 3rd floor “Classroom”   – EDC Room 303 – (Capacity: 66 people; one projector) -ONLY available on weekend; request Fob access.
  6. The 3rd floor “Boardroom” – EDC Room 320 – (Capacity: 20 people)

 

Please note the following before submitting a booking request:

  • Recurring events, like weekly classes or meetings, cannot be held in the Design Studio or Atrium, but can be reserved in the Meeting Room.
  • The booking calendar can be viewed at mrbs.design.engineering.ubc.ca/day.php?.
  • The week’s meeting schedule will be posted on the Design Studio door and Michael Isaacson Meeting Room.
  • All reservations must be made through Clara Soyris, EDC Administrative Assistant,  at clara.soyris@ubc.ca, phone: 604-822-7798. Office hours: Monday to Friday: morning; Location @ EDC Room 233 – 2345 East Mall- UBC Campus- Faculty of Applied Science -Vancouver V6T 1Z4 Canada.
  • For use of other spaces in the EDC, please contact Clara Soyris separately.
  • For a special event, please carefully read the EDC booking Terms and Conditions.

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