The Ontario Association of Architects is taking a stand against climate change by retrofitting their headquarters to meet the 2030 Challenge target of net-zero carbon emissions.
The Fogo Island Inn
The Fogo Island Inn, located in Newfoundland is a 29-room, luxury eco-resort on Fogo Island in Newfoundland which will also house a community library and art gallery, e-cinema and five-star restaurant. Photo by Paddy Barry
The Green Phoenix housing project is exemplary of a state-of the-art sustainable energy and IAQ retrofit, which won a Toronto Green Award.
East Bayfront, a precinct which extends for 2 km along Toronto’s waterfront east of downtown, was designed as an unique model and design approach for sustainable community design.
Queen’s Integrated Learning Centre
Queen’s Integrated Learning Centre provides pedagogical leadership by educating engineering students with its sustainable design attributes.
Priority Green Clarington’s Green Demonstration Project
Sustainable EDGE is working with the Municipality of Clarington on their Green Demonstration Project. Six new houses have just been built using green building techniques and technologies, and they’re equipped with monitoring equipment to track water and energy consumption. Our role is to review the meter data and analyze the green “upgrades” to determine their value in terms of energy savings, water consumption avoidance, GHG reductions, and financial feasibility. Read more about this exciting initiative on their website.