The new online tool, developed by RWDI in partnership with the Ontario Association of Architects and Toronto’s Architecture 2030 District, streamlines energy benchmarking and reporting during the design phase of building development projects.
The Hub is an interactive tool that allows users to view data on the investment, stock, and contribution of infrastructure to the Canadian economy from the recently launched Infrastructure Economic Account.
The construction manager will work with the design consultant to provide pre-construction advisory services to Public Services and Procurement Canada during the planning and development phases of this multi-year project.
The Feds along with the Government of Yukon are investing in two climate change adaptation research projects, one to study the effectiveness of thermosyphons and another to monitor changing highway conditions.
The 3500 Saint-Jacques project will result in net-zero annual energy consumption through the integration of renewable energy, energy storage and advanced control technologies that ensure optimal operation of the HVAC and electric lighting systems.
“The Halifax Infirmary is the heart of the redevelopment of the QEII [Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre]. The new facilities will have the most advanced equipment and technology to handle the most complex care in Atlantic Canada,” – Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil.