• The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (CTI) is 100% powered by energy generated from the solar panels on the Commuter Hub, making it the FIRST Net-Zero energy building at Humber
  • In keeping with Humber’s commitment to sustainability, the Barrett CTI is targeting LEED-Platinum certification
  • The Barrett CTI includes sustainability features that function as teaching tools, such as passive cooling systems, a high-performance roofing system and building envelope, hydronic in-floor heating, a green roof, and an abundance of natural, low-energy materials with long lifespans.
  • Humber is honouring Indigenous voices and experiences with the second installation of the college’s Indigenous Cultural Markers (ICMs). The ICM in the Barrett CTI was designed by Anishinaabe architect Ryan Gorrie and helps place the college in the context of the long history of Indigenous peoples in what is now called the Greater Toronto Area