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Kelowna Airport turns to mass timber panels to reduce construction time, carbon impact
Kelowna Airport turns to mass timber panels to reduce construction time, carbon impact
 
Prefab TO house hopes to standardize sustainability and affordability
Prefab TO house hopes to standardize sustainability and affordability
Pre-engineered home builder Daylun’s flagship house in Toronto will target LEED for Homes Platinum Certification by relying on modular construction, based on patent-pending green products and energy-efficient solutions, in a bid to provide affordable housing solutions.
 
 
LEED-Platinum-certified Telus Sky optimizes water and energy consumption
LEED-Platinum-certified Telus Sky optimizes water and energy consumption
Built to LEED platinum certification by Westbank and Allied, 70,000-m2 (750,000-sf) TELUS Sky features an innovative recycling system for water conservation, as well as specialized air ventilation and glazed windows for reduced energy use.
 
M Rogers Centre renovation to transform visitor experience through design
$300M Rogers Centre renovation to transform visitor experience through design
Rogers Centre’s $300M renovation design incorporates fan feedback, market research, learnings from the use of Toronto Blue Jays’ 26.3-hectare (65-acre) training facility Player Development Complex, and insights from the global design firm Populous for a visitor-focused transformation.
 
 
Algoma University’s Indigenous Centre embodies reconciliation and healing
Algoma University’s Indigenous Centre embodies reconciliation and healing
The design for Algoma university’s Mukwa Waakaa’igan Indigenous Centre of Cultural Excellence in St. Sault Marie, Ontario, relies heavily on building expertise held by Anishinabek Nation Elders and community leaders, so to act as a physical monument to reconciliation and healing.
 
 
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Insulating buildings for green standard compliance?
Insulating buildings for green standard compliance
Rising above Toronto’s Bayside community, a mixed-use neighbourhood on the shore of Lake Ontario, stands the 14-storey Aquabella condominium development.
The 27,000 m2 (290,625 sf), 174-suite concrete building is the third of four planned condominiums in the area.
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