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Stunning and Sustainable: Windermere Fire Station No. 31

Turning a firehouse into Edmonton’s first net-zero building was no simple task. In re-imagining Windermere Fire Station No. 31, design challenges and competing priorities were everywhere. First, the building needed to fulfill its purpose as a working firehouse. Plus, it had to be LEED-certified for sustainability. And, just as important, it had to feature landmark-worthy design.

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Orchard Commons UBC

A Mix of Tradition and Innovation: Orchard Commons at UBC

Mixed-use spaces are made to be vibrant, flexible, and adaptable for the people who live, work, and play there. But for designers and builders, they present a unique challenge. They have to consider functionality, sustainability, and aesthetics, all in equal measure. The Orchard Commons at the University of British Columbia posed just this kind of challenge, with a multi-functional area that encompasses student housing, educational spaces, and lifestyle amenities in its 40,000-square-metre footprint.

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1 Lonsdale Ave

From Lot to Landmark in Just 10 Days: 1 Lonsdale Avenue

They say necessity is the mother of invention, and that was certainly the case for 1 Lonsdale Avenue. When it came time to replace the original building with a new, sustainable structure, challenges started sprouting up like weeds. Building code issues. Thermal bridging requirements. A fast-changing area with unpredictable needs.

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