FEATURE

Engineering fabric-covered buildings for true sustainability

Everyone wants ‘better’ things—better homes, better schools, and better quality of life—but defining what exactly constitutes an improvement is not always easy. The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence, so attempts at making something better may not always yield the desired results.
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Radial ceiling reflects curved design of Calgary labour union offices

Radial ceiling reflects curved design of Calgary labour union offices

Curved spaces in commercial interiors can often present a variety of design limitations, especially when it comes to the ceiling. This was not the case, however, at the Calgary office of the Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA). A radial ceiling installed in the curved corridor of this facility not only provides pleasing esthetics, but also outstanding acoustical performance and easy access to the plenum.


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NEWS

Delving into air barriers in new downloadable e-book

The magazine’s series of sponsored, free e-books continues with a look at the barriers against air leakage in a variety of building assemblies. Download the collection to learn more about air barriers, including differences between Canadian and U.S. approaches.
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NEWS

BHMA’s fall meeting heads to Florida

The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) will hold its annual fall meeting in Naples, Florida, from October 3 to 5. Jonathan Flannery, senior associate director of advocacy for American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) is the keynote speaker.
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