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Information for Landmark Donors

Thank you for being part of this transformative and historic initiative.

Inscriptions

Some gifts to the Landmark Project will be recognized with an inscribed plaque or engraving. We are currently confirming donors' inscription preferences. You will receive emails from landmark.project@utoronto.ca guiding you through the process of submitting your preferred inscription and reviewing a digital rendering. Have questions about your Landmark gift or inscription, or wish to make an additional gift? Please contact us at landmark.project@utoronto.ca and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Looking for guidelines to help you with your inscription? View guidelines for pavers, trees, benches and garden inscriptions. For general Landmark information view the Frequently Asked Questions.


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Updates on the Construction of the Landmark Project

In the spring of 2021, crews finished the drilling on Canada's largest urban geothermal site beneath King's College Circle (KCC), having completed a grand total of 374 boreholes over nine months. When operational, the Geothermal Project is projected to save an estimated 15,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions each year—the equivalent of taking 3,000+ cars off the road—making it the single biggest contributor to U of T's annual emission-reduction target of 44,567 tonnes.

The revitalization of the Sir Daniel Wilson area of campus was completed in Summer 2021. Refreshed pathways and new greenery will elevate the experience of passing through this space to Front Campus and King's College Circle. Construction is underway on the Back Campus revitalization, the Medical Science Building Upper Plaza, the area around Hart House, and the future access ramp to the underground parking facility beneath KCC. These and many more enhancements will create a thriving centre of campus life for our U of T community and elevate the campus core as one of Toronto's essential public spaces.