The G.T.R. Campbell Small Island Sustainability Research Complex, being constructed as a component of the new entrance thoroughfare, is a multifunctional and multidisciplinary facility that will help ensure UB’s alignment with the goals of the National Development Plan with regard to food, water and the environment. The facility is named in honour of benefactor and the late shipping magnate G.T.R. Campbell in whose name a $10 million gift was bestowed for its construction. A flagship facility at UB, the Complex will house state-of-the-art learning spaces as well as teaching and research laboratories. These will enhance the development and delivery of sustainability focused programmes and drive UB’s institutional and national research agenda. In particular, the Complex will support multidisciplinary research and programmes in sustainable agriculture, food, health and the environment. Intended to become a living laboratory, the complex will be operated in accordance with LEED specifications and will be the first UB facility based on green development and operation. This facility is expected to be completed by summer 2017.