by Susan Barker
Check out this cool time-lapse video of the library renovation and the construction of the Jackman Law Building.
A while ago I posted photos of the construction of the first Bora Laskin Law Library Renovation and of today’s building site. Today I am posting from another angle. Both of these photos are taken from Queen’s Park looking north to the library/Jackman building site.
The first Bora Laskin Law Library rebuild in the 1990’s and perhaps the first photobomb ever recorded :-). You can see the wrought iron fence and the ornate entrance gate are still intact and Flavelle House in the background.
Here is the Jackman Law Building which skirts Queen’s Park and sits in front of the Library Pavillion. Construction is much further ahead now and the buildings will be re-opening in the fairly near future. Stay tuned for further updates.