Success Stories

CNL opens a new Deep River office space - Morison Campus

(2015 July 06) On June 19, a small ribbon cutting was held to commemorate the opening of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories’ newest leased office building. The Morison Campus began its life in 1961 as T.W. Morison Public School named in recognition of Thomas Watt Morison, an administrator for Defence Industries Ltd., and first chairman of the Public School Board. 

Over the past few months, the former school has been renovated and refreshed to provide a modern, office environment for roughly 150 building occupants. This work includes a brand new HVAC system, and motion and heat occupancy sensors throughout the entire building which help reduce energy costs by reducing energy waste. It is also the first CNL building to have a sound masking system. Moves into the new building have already begun and are expected to continue over the next couple of weeks. The building will be occupied by Decommissioning &Waste Management staff, as well as some of their integrated project team members. 

The Morison Campus is located at 12 Avon Road in Deep River.