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Slow-moving, Fast-acting: The benefits of HVLS fans

The largest chain of health clubs in Canada understands the benefits of high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) overhead fans. In the last seven to eight years, Goodlife Fitness has installed them in 90 per cent of its facilities across the country, viewing the slow-moving air-circulators as an essential piece of exercise equipment.
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NEWS

Ryerson University building wins ACI award

The Ryerson University Student Learning Centre (Toronto) has won a 2017 Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards from, the American Concrete Institute (ACI). It won in the Decorative Concrete category....+ Read More
NEWS

Canada Green Building Council opens Zero Carbon Building program registration

Last month, Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) opened public registration for the country’s first Zero Carbon Building program. Launched in spring 2017, the initiative supports Canada’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 30 per cent by 2030. It offers a standard to identify areas where energy efficiency can be improved.
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