2022 LEED and Zero Carbon Building Profiles
One-page profiles of selected projects which achieved LEED certification in 2022 or Zero Carbon certification. See the complete LEED and Zero Carbon Buildings-in-Review published in association with the Canada Green Building Council, https://sabmagazine.com/
Sustainability is embedded in the culture of the family-owned Teknion, empowering everyone from the plant floor through to our executive leadership to contribute to corporate responsibility. Read the profile.
The University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Kinesiology had a grand vision to create a new facility that would wholly embody the philosophy of the science of kinesiology and personify the synthesis between wellness and sustainability. Read the profile.
Net-zero operations by 2030. That’s the goal. It’s one we haven’t been shy about sharing, and we’re excited to highlight the achievement of an important milestone in this journey. Read the profile.
Guelph head office will embody the future of sustainable, climate-conscious building design in Canada
With construction well underway, Co-operators new head office in Guelph, ON has earned Zero Carbon Building – Design Standard certification from the Canada Green Building Council (CAGBC). Read the profile.
York Major Medical Centre is a 50,000 ft2 high-performance green building that is also a leader in creating a healthy indoor environment for medical practices. Read the profile.
Maison Manuvie presents a prominent architectural signature in the heart of Montreal’s business district. The 27-storey building is easily accessible by various modes of transport and advocates for the densification of the city centre. Read the profile.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre (Yorkdale) is Canada’s ultimate retail destination, highest-performing shopping centre, and a beacon of sustainability in the retail space. Read the profile.
40 King St W – Scotia Plaza’s 40 King St. W. is the largest Zero Carbon Certified Building in Canada, and the first to certify under Zero Carbon Building – Performance v2 Standard.
100 Yonge – Scotia Plaza’s 100 Yonge Street in downtown Toronto is the most recent building in KingSett’s portfolio to achieve the Zero Carbon Building – Performance Standard. Read the profile.
Canada Post’s new Albert Jackson Processing Centre in northeast Toronto is the company’s largest and greenest parcel sorting facility. Read the profile.
The City of Kingston’s first emergency service building designed to Net-Zero Energy – The City of Kingston have set an ambitious goal to design and construct all new municipal buildings to Net-Zero Energy standards. Read the profile.