Anticipated for completion in Fall 2024, Moses Structural Engineers is proud to be the structural engineer for University of Guelph’s new Honey Bee Research Centre. This state-of-the-art facility will include a 100-hive apiary as well as 15,000 sq. ft of space to be utilized for research, production and outreach programs, laboratories, offices, and classrooms. The space has been designed to comfortably and smoothly host school groups and social functions. It will also enable world-class research on the health of honey bees and allow for demonstrations on best practices in both commercial beekeeping and honey production.
Guelph Today Writes:
“The new centre will offer a dedicated space for learning. It’s a great way to help young people put STEM into action, in helping them understand the important role of pollinators.
It will also serve as a demonstration facility for best practices in commercial beekeeping and honey production, enable world class research on honey bee health, and act as a vehicle for increased community outreach and public education.”
Read more about the project in the features below:
Moriyama and Teshima Architects