On June 3, Canada Clean Air Day, consulting engineering firm Smith + Andersen celebrated the installation of what is reportedly the first carbon dioxide (CO2) reducing air scrubber in a Canadian commercial building. The installation is located on the 10th…
Government investing $3.9 million toward the construction of the Sifton Properties’ Helio building, a mixed-use, multi-unit residential high-rise in the West 5 sustainable community, a projected $57,608,500 project.
The seventh location of the sustainability arm of the Smith + Andersen group of companies is being led by Christianne Aussant.
“We were committed to pursuing sustainable design strategies, with a goal to achieve a minimum LEED Silver rating and are pleased to have surpassed our original goal by meeting the requirements to achieve Gold certification,” said Bill Bailey, Halton Healthcare’s senior vice president of Redevelopment and Facilities.
Since the first show in 2013, the event has raised funds to contribute to the planting of well over 10,000 trees.