SABMag 43 - Spring 2014

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VIEWPOINT: Existing Building Upgrade

Buy-in of tenants the sweet spot of holistic building performance

By Brandon Malleck and Paula Partner

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James Bartleman Archives & Library Materials Centre

On the edge of Tallwood Forest at the intersection of two arterial roads, the James Bartleman Centre creates a public courtyard linking to a future transit station.

By Steve Clifford

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Welcome to the LEED® Canada Buildings-in-Review Supplement, the fifth in an annual series produced with SABMag.

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Hubbard Park Apartments

Located in Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood, the Hubbard Park Apartments enjoys one of the most sought after views of Lake Ontario in the city.

By Terence Van Elslander

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EDUCATION ARTICLE

Multi-Trade Prefabrication

Improving efficiency, economy and adaptability in complex healthcare facilities

By Tim Fishking and Ryan Hullinger

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Bluenose Academy

High-performance design respects historic roots

By John Crace

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Lighting for humans, not for lumens

By Cristian Suvagau

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Interview with John Jansen

President of Wishbone Site Furnishings [www.wishboneltd.com] in Langley, John Jansen was an early adopter of incorporating recycled materials into attractive, durable outdoor furnishings.

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