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August 28, 2019
 
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Four-storey mass timber office building coming to Toronto
 
Four-storey mass timber office building coming to Toronto
 
The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is getting $2 million from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) for a four-storey mass timber office building in Toronto.
 
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Regina stadium first to earn accessibility gold rating
Regina stadium first to earn accessibility gold rating
 
The Mosaic Stadium, home to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, has received the ‘Accessibility Certified Gold’ rating under the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification program.
 
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Toronto facility wins AIA award
Toronto facility wins AIA award
 
The Casey House, a health care facility in Toronto, is a recipient of the 2019 Healthcare Design Award from the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health.
 
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Pelli Clarke Pelli designs three skyscrapers
 
Pelli Clarke Pelli designs three skyscrapers
 
Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects has designed three towers for the Toranomon-Azabudai district urban redevelopment project in the heart of Tokyo, Japan.
 
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Framework to lower emissions in the built environment
 
Framework to lower emissions in the built environment
 
Environmental advocacy group Architecture 2030 has released Achieving Zero, a set of tools to enable the construction industry to reduce carbon emissions in the built environment.
 
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Features
 
Ceiling design reflects colourful, vibrant world of video game designer
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Canadian video game designer Max Games wanted its new office space in Edmonton, Alta., to reflect the colourful, vibrant world of the video games it creates. “They wanted something really different,” says Alicia Hobbs, interior designer, PlanWorks Architecture, Edmonton. “They wanted it to be a really creative space because they are a creative brand. They wanted lots and lots of colour.”
 
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The Well in downtown Toronto
 
In a city where construction is constant, developers are looking for opportunities to incorporate green energy solutions into their projects. Case in point: The Well project in Toronto. This new addition to Toronto’s downtown core will feature seven mixed-use towers sitting atop a 7.6-million L (2-million gal) temperature-controlled water storage tank fed by an existing deep lake water cooling system. This facility will allow for energy to be stored during off-peak demand times, so that it can be deployed to customers when needed.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
Message from the President: Keys to communicating effectively
 
 
CSC Edmonton offering fall courses
 
 
Calgary Chapter presents on wind uplift requirements
 
 
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Sustainable is Canada’s first architecture firm to be a Certified B Corporation
 
 
New acute care hospital to be built in N.L.
 
 
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