Design Team-only Spaces

Design Team-only Prototyping Spaces - Who can access?

This applies to all EDT-restricted spaces, including EDC, CHBE, Hennings and LMRS.

  • Students who graduate in May are considered current students and can participate until August 31 of that year. Alumni may act as consultants, but cannot conduct any prototyping work.
  • No high school students or other members of the public (including alumni) are allowed to participate in design team activities.
  • Guests (including alumni, industry sponsors, tours, etc.) may come into restricted UBC spaces to with permission from Richard Colwell and the respective the facilities supervisor. To receive permission, please:
    • include purpose of visit, date and time, and duration, and list of guests; a kind reminder that guests are not allowed to participate in any prototyping/hands-on activities.
      • Note: written approval for in-kind sponsored services must be also be received before they enter the space
    • provide 3-5 business days' notice for approvals.

Access Requirements

All design team members must complete the required safety orientation before gaining access to EDC machining/prototyping facilities.

EDC Composites Room

Common Use Spaces

Learn more about EDC 211, 213 and EDC 101 Composites Room for activities including composites layup and sanding. Learn about what's included and how to access them.

EDC Atrium

Team-specific Spaces

Find information about long-term spaces for design teams (in other words, prototyping spaces). This includes EDC 101, 102, LMRS, CHBE 104 and HENN.

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