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June 26, 2019
 
News Briefs
 
Montréal tower could be tallest in the city
 
Montréal tower could be tallest in the city
 
Designs have been revealed for a high-rise in downtown Montréal that could be the city’s tallest residential building. The 61-storey,
220-m (722-ft) building will be constructed in three phases.
 
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Designs unveiled for Library and Archives Canada preservation centre
Designs unveiled for Library and Archives Canada preservation centre
 
The new flagship building in Gatineau, Qué., will be the first federal facility constructed to the requirements of Canada’s Greening Government Strategy.
 
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Toronto hospital gets modern expansion
Toronto hospital gets modern expansion
 
The Etobicoke General Hospital’s new patient tower in Toronto adds 23,336 m2 (250,000 sf) to the facility and doubles the size of the emergency department.
 
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New office tower to rise in Manitoba
 
New office tower to rise in Manitoba
 
Designed by Architecture49, Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company’s North American headquarters will be built in downtown Winnipeg.
 
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2019 Serpentine Pavilion resembles a ‘hill made out of rocks’
 
2019 Serpentine Pavilion resembles a ‘hill made out of rocks’
 
Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has designed the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion in London, United Kingdom.
 
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Features
 
If plumbing products could talk…
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A building’s plumbing systems take expertise—the facility manager’s expertise. The manager not only maintains the facility, but also monitors all of the fixtures in front of the wall and behind-the-scenes equipment. He/she solves potential problems and plans ahead.
 
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Building an acoustic simulation room
 
Industry-wide, there is now a move toward using purpose-built simulation rooms employing ambisonics. This technology allows the sound field of any real or simulated space to be reconstructed in three dimensions, and provides an in-depth understanding of the way a space will sound and look before ground is broken.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
CSC Vancouver Island presents on fire door systems
 
 
Vancouver Chapter discusses fire doors
 
 
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Controversial expansion of landmark Ottawa hotel approved by city committee
 
 
Toronto college first retrofit to earn zero-carbon certification
 
 
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