Joyce Centre Shows Green-Building Ambitions Can Pay Off

By Tony Cupido, Mariano Arriaga

As we swelter through the dog days of summer in much of Canada, energy demand is peaking in many places across the country, as it has for years. And much of that energy is being used to cool big buildings.

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A Profile in Passion, Perseverance and Patience

Joanne McCallum, B.A., M.E.DES (Arch.), OAA, FRAIC, LEEP AP, is co-founder and Executive Director of mcCallumSather, an architectural firm located in Hamilton, Ontario. She is a passionate practitioner of sustainable design and construction, and is at the forefront of Net Zero building design,…

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Coverage of the OAA Panel, Value of Zero

Significant progress is being made in the drive to design and build low- and zero- carbon buildings, but there is still long way to go.

That was one of the key points that emerged in an Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)-sponsored panel discussion which aired on its YouTube channel, as part…

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CaGBC Officially Launches Pilot Projects

We are thrilled to officially launch The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation as part of the CaGBC Zero Carbon Building Pilot Program, working closely with Mohawk College and B+H in the design of this inventive facility. Through academic programs and applied sustainability challenges, the…

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“The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation will comprise state-of-the-art technology, labs and industry training centres to support the success of our students, city and region.

As the region’s first net-zero institutional building, it will produce as much or more energy as it…

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