Completed in the summer of 2018, Valleyview Town Hall in Alberta is the result of extensive collaboration between the municipality, contractor, and a team of designers and consultants working together to achieve the Passive House standard in a northern climate. This structure aims to become the first commercial building to achieve Passive House certification in Alberta and the first commercial building to obtain Passive House Plus certification in the world.
Join the Calgary Chapter as they host a meeting on roof-mounted photovoltaic (PV) systems. The breakfast meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 8, from 7 to 8:30 a.m. at the Winston Golf and Country Club.
The world’s first Passive House car dealership is nearing completion in Red Deer, Alta. The client’s major requirement was any decisions made in pursuit of Passive House certification must not compromise customer or vehicle service. This was challenging and demanded the best of the whole design team.
One Properties, a real estate development company, and Revera Inc., a senior living service provider, have entered into a partnership to develop new retirement communities in key urban markets across Canada.
Earlier this month, the Snøhetta- and Dialog-designed new Central Public Library (CPL) in Calgary opened its doors to the public. As Calgary’s largest public investment since the 1988 Olympics, the new building provides spaces for social interaction, learning, and introspection.
The Edmonton Chapter of CSC will hold a luncheon meeting on Tuesday, November 13, at the Chateau Louis Conference Centre from 12 to 1:30 p.m. David Watson, president of Digicon Information, will present on “Producing Co-ordinated Project Information in a Digital World.”
On Tuesday, November 13, members of the Calgary Chapter of CSC are having a conversation with the Calgary Construction Association’s (CCA’s) president Bill Black and its business development director Terrence Patrick about the future of the industry.