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An Annual Supplement

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BUILDINGS-IN-REVIEW & 2018

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A Record of the LEED buildings certified in 2018

PLATINUM ÌÌ Building Blocks on Balmoral at Great-West Life Childcare Facility, Winnipeg, MB, Great-West Life ÌÌ Chalet Missisquoi, Bolton-Est, QC, Belvedair Construction inc. ÌÌ Écohabitations boréales - Maison Ecohab, Ste-Adèle, QC, Écohabitations boréales inc. ÌÌ ÉCOLUMINIS, Mont-Tremblant, QC, Belvedair Construction inc. ÌÌ Écopropriétés Habitus, Quebec, QC, MOMENTO IMMOBILIER

ÌÌ HoMage, Montreal, QC, Gestion KnighstBridge ÌÌ La Géode, Montreal, QC ÌÌ Le Jardinier, Montreal, QC, Gestion Knightsbridge ÌÌ Les Maisons Roco: 2748 des Érables, La Conception, QC, Les Maisons Roco ÌÌ MatAna, Saint-Charles-Borromée, QC, Les Entreprises Christian Arbour ÌÌ Matco Investments Ltd. Head Office, Calgary, AB, Matco Investments Ltd.

GOLD

ÌÌ 101 McNabb Street, Markham, ON, Crown Property Management Inc. ÌÌ 1635 #24-25 Périgny Turcotte, Trois-Rivieres, QC, Les dessins ConSpecTek inc. ÌÌ 2054-2056, Rue Des Condors, Chicoutimi, QC, Les Constructions Phillipe Blackburn ÌÌ 2054-2056, Rue Des Condors, Saguenay, QC ÌÌ 2425 Matheson Blvd., Mississauga, ON, Colliers international ÌÌ 30 Roe, Toronto, ON, Minto Communities ÌÌ 311 du Jockey, Gatineau, QC ÌÌ 340 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, ON, True North Commercial REIT ÌÌ 3498-3500 Avenue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, Montreal, QC ÌÌ 4711 Yonge Street Recertification, Toronto, ON, Menkes Property Management Services Ltd. ÌÌ 50 Minthorn Blvd., Markham, ON, Epic Investment Services ÌÌ 569 Fairway Plaza - Buildings H & M, Kitchener, ON, First Capital Asset Management

ÌÌ 70 University Avenue Recertification, Toronto, ON, Avison Young ÌÌ 950 Beaumont, Montreal, QC, 7667256 Canada Inc. ÌÌ Alexandra Park Condominium Residences, Toronto, ON, Tridel ÌÌ Alto at Atria, Toronto, ON, Tridel ÌÌ Ardrossan Elementary, Ardrossan, AB, Elk Island Public Schools ÌÌ ARI Canadian Headquarters, Mississauga, ON, ARI Fleet Management Solutions ÌÌ Bankers Hall, Calgary, AB ÌÌ Bentall Centre Towers I,II,III, Vancouver, BC ÌÌ Bird Construction Vancouver Office, Richmond, BC, Bird Construction ÌÌ Bishop David Motiuk Catholic School K-9, Edmonton, AB, Alberta Infrastructure ÌÌ Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Toronto, ON, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP ÌÌ Brookfield Place Calgary, Calgary, AB, Brookfield Place (Calgary) LP ÌÌ Brookfield Place, Toronto, ON

ÌÌ Our House, Ormstown, QC, Habitate for Humanity / New Frontier School Board ÌÌ Q-Lofts Condominiums, Halifax , NS, POLYCORP Group of Companies ÌÌ Résidence Oligny-Lépine, Val-Morin, QC, Belvedair Construction inc. ÌÌ Résidence Pascal Aubin, Val David, QC, Larix Construction ÌÌ Résidence Ruchat-Guessab, Trois-Rivières, QC, University de Quebec a Trois-Rivières

ÌÌ Scotia Plaza, Toronto, ON, Scotia Plaza Management ÌÌ Solo Altus Office, Burnaby, BC, Appia Development ÌÌ West Hill, Montreal, QC ÌÌ Woodland, Montreal, QC, Gestion Knightsbridge ÌÌ World Exchange Plaza, Ottawa, ON

ÌÌ Calgary Fire Department Headquarters, Calgary, AB, City of Calgary Fire Department ÌÌ Calgary Parking Authority Administrative Building, Calgary, AB, Calgary Parking Authority ÌÌ Canadian Tire Bolton Distribution Centre, Bolton, ON, Canadian Tire Real Estate ÌÌ Casa Verde, Montreal, QC, Gestion Knightsbridge ÌÌ Chemical and Materials Engineering Building, Edmonton, AB, University of Alberta ÌÌ Chief Whitecap School & St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ CIBC Mellon @ 1 York, Toronto, ON, CIBC Mellon ÌÌ Colette Bourgonje School & St. Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON, QuadReal On behalf of bcIMC Realty Corporation ÌÌ Dr. John F. Hamm Trades and Innovation Centre, Stellarton, NS, NS Community College

ÌÌ East Elmwood Community Centre, Winnipeg MB, City of Winnipeg, Planning Property and Development ÌÌ Ecohabitations boreales, Ste-Agathe Quebec ÌÌ Écohabitations boréales, Val-Morin, QC, Écohabitations boréales inc. ÌÌ École Alexandre-Taché School, St. Albert, AB, Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord ÌÌ École de la Mosaïque, Calgary, AB, Conseil Scolaire FrancoSud ÌÌ École de la Myriade, Quebec, QC, Commission scolaire de la Capitale ÌÌ École Harbour Landing School & St. Kateri Tekakwitha School, Regina, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ École St. Joseph School, Whitecourt, AB, Living Waters Catholic School ÌÌ École Wascana Plains School & École St. Elizabeth School, Regina, SK, Gov. of Saskatchewan

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GOLD ÌÌ Edmonton Tower, Edmonton, AB, Katz Group Real Estate Inc. ÌÌ Element Calgary Airport Hotel, Calgary, AB, Five Diamond Hospitality Ltd. ÌÌ Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver, BC, Emily Carr University of Art and Design ÌÌ Enbridge Centre, Edmonton, AB, Enbridge Inc. ÌÌ Enbridge Office & Meter Shop, Toronto, ON, Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. ÌÌ Energîte, Gatineau, QC, ECOTELLUS Construction ÌÌ Ericsson - Campus Corporatif, Saint-Laurent, QC, 9294-6466 Québec Inc. ÌÌ Federation of Canadian Municipalities Offices, Ottawa, ON, Federation of Canadian Municipalities ÌÌ Fifth Avenue Place, Calgary, AB ÌÌ First Canadian Place, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Fortis Place, St. John’s, NL, Colliers International ÌÌ Fraser River Middle School, New Westminster BC, Board of Education of School District No. 40 ÌÌ Gateway Meadowvale, Mississauga, ON, Carttera Private Equities Inc. ÌÌ GO Transit Hamilton Bus Facility, Hamilton, ON, GO Transit c/o Metrolix ÌÌ Haliburton Fire Management Headquarters, Algonquin Highlands, ON, Ministry of Natural Resources ÌÌ High River - Spitzee Crossing, High River, AB, Alberta Infrastructure ÌÌ Hugh A. Bennett School, Calgary, AB, Calgary Board of Education ÌÌ Intact Place, Calgary, AB ÌÌ Isabel Campbell Public School K-8, Grande Prairie, AB, Alberta Infrastructure

ÌÌ Joseph and Rosalie Segal and Family Health Centre, Vancouver, BC, Fraser Health, Vancouver Coastal Health, Provincial Health Services Authority, Providence Health Care ÌÌ Jumelé : 2037-2041, Chicoutimi, QC, Écohabitations boréales inc. ÌÌ Jumelé 1 Champ Des Possibles, Waterville, QC, UrbanÉco construction ÌÌ Jumelé, 2044-2046, Chicoutimi, QC, Les Constructions PHILIPPE BLACKBURN ÌÌ Kennedale Field Traffic Operations Building, Edmonton, AB, The City of Edmonton ÌÌ La Mosaïque du Nord, Balmoral, NB, Dep. of Education and Early Childhood Development ÌÌ Lansdowne Rideau, Ottawa, ON, The Minto Group ÌÌ Lansdowne Vibe, Ottawa, ON, The Minto Group ÌÌ Lazaridis Hall, Waterloo, ON, Wilfrid Laurier University ÌÌ Le Refuge, Morin-Heights, QC, Marquis inc. ÌÌ Maison Manuvie, Montreal, QC, Ivanhoé Cambridge ÌÌ MARS Bolton Rice Factory,Bolton, ON ÌÌ Milton District Hospital Addition, Milton, ON, Halton Healthcare Services ÌÌ Nellie Carlson School, Edmonton, AB, Edmonton Public School Board ÌÌ North Bay Fire Management Headquarters, North Bay, ON, Infrastructure Ontario ÌÌ Park Place Recertification, Vancouver, BC, QuadReal on behalf of bcIMC Realty Corporation ÌÌ Pearson Corporate Centre, Toronto, ON, WSP ÌÌ Plainsview School & St. Nicholas School, Regina, SK, Government of Saskatchewan

ÌÌ Pointe-à-Callière, Montreal, QC, Société du musée d’archéologie et d’histoire de Montréal ÌÌ Ponderosa Commons North, Vancouver, BC, UBC Properties Trust ÌÌ Prada Toronto, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Résidence Benoît Corriveau, Riviere-Rouge QC, ÉNERGÉCO Concept Inc. ÌÌ Résidence Bertrand-Gournay, Canton de Hatley, QC, UrbanÉco construction ÌÌ Résidence Carol Hislop, Labelle, QC ÌÌ Résidence de François St-Père-Claudia Écrement, Canton de Stanstead, QC, Construction Sébastien Bourdeau ÌÌ Résidence de Louise Boulet, Val David, QC, Gestion Nouvelle Conscience ÌÌ Résidence Denault-Landry, Waterville, QC, UrbanÉco Construction inc. ÌÌ Résidence Laviolette-Hamlet, Ripon, QC ÌÌ Résidence Pedneault, Jonquiere, QC, AR Construction ÌÌ Résidence Philippe Mons, Chicoutimi, QC, AR Construction ÌÌ River Front Cabin, Jasper, AB, Pine Bungalows ÌÌ Riverstone Public School, Grande Prairie, AB, Grande Prairie Public School District ÌÌ Riverwalk, Markham, ON, Times Group Corporation ÌÌ Roberta MacAdams School, Edmonton, AB, Edmonton Public School Board ÌÌ Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops, BC, Interior Health Authority ÌÌ Royal Vista Multi-service Facility and Fire Station 34, Calgary, AB, Calgary Fire Dep. ÌÌ Shell Place, Fort McMurray, AB, Regional Recreation Corporation

ÌÌ Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus, B-Wing, Mississauga, ON, Sheridan College ÌÌ St. Catherine Catholic School, Grande Prairie AB, Grande Prairie & District Catholic Schools ÌÌ Standard Life Centre, Toronto, ON, WSP ÌÌ Sun Life Financial Headquarters, Toronto, ON, Sun Life Financial ÌÌ Suncor Energy Centre, Calgary, AB ÌÌ Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts, Calgary, AB, Mount Royal University ÌÌ Teck Acute Care Centre, Vancouver, BC, Affinity Partnerships ÌÌ Telus garden Residential Tower, Vancouver, BC, Westbank C/o Westbank Pacific Realty ÌÌ The City of Calgary Organics Waste Diversion Facility, Calgary, AB, City of Calgary ÌÌ The Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards, Ottawa, ON, Innovation Ctre at Bayview Yards ÌÌ The Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, AB, Alberta Infrastructure ÌÌ The Shops of Oakville South, Oakville, ON, First Capital Asset Management ÌÌ University of British Columbia Aquatic Centre, Vancouver, BC, UBC Properties Trust ÌÌ University of Guelph - Guelph Gryphons Athletics, Guelph, ON, University of Guelph ÌÌ VODA at the Creek, Vancouver, BC, Concert Properties Ltd. ÌÌ Woodlands K-8 School, Woodlands, MB, Interlake School Division ÌÌ WSP Canada - Oakville Office (Chartwell) Oakville, ON, WSP

ÌÌ BDC Kelowna Office, Kelowna, BC, Business Develpment Canada ÌÌ Boeing Winnipeg Phase 5 Addition, Winnipeg, MB, Boeing Canada Operations Ltd. ÌÌ Bureaux de la Direction des Finances de la Ville de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Ville de Montréal ÌÌ Canada Post Edmonton Depot, Edmonton, AB, Canada Post Corporation ÌÌ Carling Square, Ottawa, ON, Arnon Corp. ÌÌ Caserne No. 2, Laval, QC, Ville de Laval ÌÌ Centennial College Residence and Culinary Arts, Scarborough, ON, Knightstone Capital Management ÌÌ Civic Centre Resource Library, Vaughan, ON, Corporation of the City of Vaughan ÌÌ Coalbanks Elementary School, Lethbridge AB, Lethbridge School District No. 51

ÌÌ Complexe Synergia, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Robin Immobilier Inc. ÌÌ Ecohabitations boreales, Sainte-Adèle, QC ÌÌ Ecohabitations boreales, Val-Morin, QC, Écohabitations boréales inc. ÌÌ École Communautaire la Voie du Nord, Thompson, MB, Division scolaire franco-manitobaine ÌÌ École du Nouveau-Monde, Calgary, AB, Conseil Scolaire Francosud ÌÌ Édifice Le 425-La Capitale Assurance et services financiers, Montréal, QC, La Capitale groupe financier inc. ÌÌ Édifice Wilder - Espace Danse, Montreal, QC, Société québécoise des infrastructures ÌÌ Edmonton Medical Examiner Building, Edmonton, AB, Alberta Infrastructure

ÌÌ Ernest Lindner School & St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Gov. of SK ÌÌ Father Leduc Catholic School, Leduc, AB ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 3711, 3715 & 3719 ÉmileBouthillier, St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 3723-3731 ÉmileBouthillier, St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 3751-3759, rue BernardHubert, St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 3780-3788 B-H St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 3807 Régina-Gagnon St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 4065 Régina-Gagnon St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 4220 Bernard-Hubert St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier

SILVER ÌÌ 200 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, ON, Gillin Engineering & Construction Ltd. ÌÌ 2046, rue des condors, Chicoutimi, QC, Les Constructions Phillipe Blackburn Inc. ÌÌ 451 Phillip Street at Factory Square, Waterloo, ON, CanFirst Capital Management ÌÌ 60 Queen St. West, Ottawa, ON, Arnon Development Corporation Limited ÌÌ 61 Bessborough Drive, Toronto, ON, Ivy Glen Homes ÌÌ 70 Crémazie, Gatineau, QC, Multivesco ÌÌ Amadon Plaza, North Vancouver, BC, First Capital Asset Management ÌÌ Ammunition Transit Facility, Angus, ON, National Defence / Government of Canada ÌÌ Arthouse Condos, Markham, ON, Flato Developments Inc. 20

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SILVER ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 4280 Bernard-Hubert St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 4300 Bernard-Hubert St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau: 8090 Arlington St-Hubert, QC, Habitations Lussier ÌÌ General Mills, Mississauga, ON, WSP ÌÌ Gordon Oaks Red Bear Students Centre, Saskatoon, SK, University of Saskatchewan ÌÌ Grimshaw Shared School Facility, Grimshaw, AB, Peace River School Division #10 and Holy Family Catholic Regional Division #37 ÌÌ Harbour Landing Business Park Building 3000, Regina, SK, Harbour Landing Business Park Ltd. ÌÌ Harriet Brooks Building, Chalk River, ON, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited ÌÌ i spa-us ki-low-na, Kelowna, BC, Innovative Housing ÌÌ Iron Ridge Intermediate Campus, Blackfalds AB, Wolf Creek School Division No. 72 ÌÌ Ivor Dent School, Edmonton, AB, Edmonton Public School Board ÌÌ Joussard School, Joussard, AB, High Prairie School Division No.48 ÌÌ Kensington Village Long-Term Care Building, London, ON, Kensington Village ÌÌ L/Avenue commercial, Montréal, QC, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP ÌÌ Lake Vista Public School & Holy Mary Catholic School, Martensville, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ Lakeshore Campus Fitness Centre, Toronto ON, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning ÌÌ Lansdowne Park Redevelopment, Ottawa ON, Minto Properties Inc. ÌÌ Le Cent 12 - Bâtiment 3, Saint-Hubert, QC, DMI Saint-Hubert INC.

ÌÌ Lois E. Hole Elementary School, St. Albert, AB, St. Albert Public Schools ÌÌ London City Centre, London, ON, London City Centre ÌÌ Lord Nelson School Gymnasium and Classroom Addition, Winnipeg, MB, Winnipeg School Division – Building Department ÌÌ Maison Dubé-Luc Grondin, Shefford, QC, Algo Construction ÌÌ Maisons de Ville Challenger Ouest, SaintLaurent, QC, Château St-Marc Entrepreneur Général Inc. ÌÌ MARS Pegasus, Newmarket, ON ÌÌ McKenzie Town Park Site B, Calgary, AB, First Capital Realty ÌÌ Neerlandia Public Christian School, Neerlandia, AB, Pembina Hills Public School ÌÌ Onoway Junior / Senior High School, Onoway, AB, Northern Gateway School Board ÌÌ Peter Lougheed School, Calgary, AB, Calgary Board of Education ÌÌ Petrus Multi-Purpose Hall, Winnipeg, MB, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church ÌÌ Prince Albert Provincial Correctional Centre, Prince AlbertSK, Ministry of Central Services ÌÌ RancheView School, Cochrane, AB, Rocky View Schools ÌÌ Region of Waterloo Light Rail Transit Operations, Waterloo, ON, Region of Waterloo ÌÌ Résidence Line Boulianne - Pierre Simard, Chicoutimi, QC, AR Construction ÌÌ SAQ Beaubien - De Lorimier, Montreal, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ SAQ Boulevard Jean-Lesage, Quebec, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ SAQ Dépôt, Gatineau, QC, Société des Alcools du Québec

ÌÌ SAQ Saint-Apollinaire, QC, 9616-8912 Québec inc. ÌÌ SAQ Saint-Jérôme, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ SAQ Sélection Auteuil-Laval, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ Siège Social - Lumenpulse, Longueuil, QC, 9341-0983 Québec Inc. ÌÌ South Queens Middle School, Liverpool, NS, Nova Scotia Department of transportation and Infrastructure Renewal ÌÌ South Surrey Operations Centre, Surrey, BC, City of Surrey ÌÌ SouthPointe School, Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Alberta Elk Island Public Schools ÌÌ St. Francis of Assisi Academy, De Winton, AB, Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools ÌÌ Stantec Waterloo Office, Waterloo, ON, Stantec Consulting Ltd. ÌÌ Starbucks Garrison & Vedder, Chilliwack, BC ÌÌ Starbucks Gateway Village, Saanich, BC ÌÌ Starbucks Metro Centre CA, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Starbucks Solo District, Burnaby, BC, Silver ÌÌ Starbucks Yale & Ontario, Chilliwack, BC ÌÌ Stonegate Building C, Calgary, AB, WAM Development Group ÌÌ Student Welcome and Resource Centre, Toronto, ON, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning ÌÌ Sudbury FFMC Building, Garson, ON, Infrastructure Ontario ÌÌ Sylvia Fedoruk School & St. Nicholas Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ Synergy Credit Union – Synergy Centre, Lloydminster, SK, Synergy Credit Union

ÌÌ Traditions Elementary & Holy Trinity Catholic School, Warman, SK, Government of Saskatchewan ÌÌ Upper Canada District School Board Bridgewood Public School, Cornwall, ON, Upper Canada District School Board ÌÌ Upper Harbour Place 1, Victoria, BC, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) Limited Partnership ÌÌ Van de Burgt SemiD, Calgary, AB, Steve Norris Projects ÌÌ Wallace McCain Learning Commons, Halifax NS, Dalhousie University ÌÌ Walter & Gladys Hill School, St. Kateri Catholic School and Eagle Ridge Community Centre, Fort McMurray, AB, Alberta Infrastructure ÌÌ Wellington Corners - Building B, London, ON, First Capital Asset Management ULC ÌÌ West Haven Public School, Leduc, AB, Black Gold Regional Schools ÌÌ Westboro Connection - 319 McRae Ave., Ottawa, ON, Colonnade BridgePort ÌÌ William D. Pratt School, Calgary, AB, Calgary Board of Education ÌÌ Willowgrove School and Holy Family Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools ÌÌ Woodgrove Food Hall Dining Area, Nanaimo, BC, Ivanhoe Cambridge ÌÌ WSP Calgary Office Fit Out - L29-33 West, Calgary, AB, WSP Global Inc. ÌÌ York Regional Police Training Facility, East Gwillimbury, ON, York Regional Police

ÌÌ École Champlain, Moncton, NB, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development ÌÌ Faubourg Cousineau, 3999 Régina-Gagnon, St-Hubert, QC ÌÌ Fontainbleu Finesse Court, Richmond Hill ON, Fernbrook Homes (Dorval) Ltd. ÌÌ Gift Lake Learning Centre, Gift Lake, AB, Alberta Infrastructure ÌÌ HSC Winnipeg Women’s Hospital, Winnipeg MB, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority ÌÌ Immeuble à bureaux, Centre-ville Arvida, Jonquière, QC, Société québécoise des infrastructures ÌÌ Mahogany, Manotick, ON, The Minto Group ÌÌ Mount Pearl Campia Gymnastics Facility, Mount Pearl, NL, City of Mount Pearl

ÌÌ MRC du Granit - Édifice Serge-Bilodeau, Lac-Mégantic, QC, MRC du Granit ÌÌ Niagara Compost Facility, Thorold, ON, Walker Industries ÌÌ Pavillon de formation à l’École Nationale de Police du Québec, Nicolet, QC, Société québécoise des infrastructures ÌÌ SAQ Sélection, Saint-Eustache, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ SAQ Sélection, Saint-Sauveur, QC, Société des alcools du Québec ÌÌ Saskatoon Transit Operations Facility, Saskatoon, SK, City of Saskatoon ÌÌ St. Joseph’s Hospital East Wing Addition, Thunder Bay, ON, St. Joseph’s Care Group ÌÌ Starbucks 1156 Kennedy Road, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Starbucks, Grimsby, ON ÌÌ Starbucks, Banf, AB

ÌÌ Starbucks Castlefield & Caledonia CA, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Starbucks Dufferin Mall, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Starbucks Elbow & Southland, Calgary, AB ÌÌ Starbucks Holland Cross, Ottawa, ON ÌÌ Starbucks Lougheed Hwy & Hurd, St. Mission, BC ÌÌ Starbucks Marine Gateway, Vancouver, BC ÌÌ Starbucks Southcore Financial Tower, Toronto, ON ÌÌ Starbucks Vaughan Mills 2, Vaughan, ON ÌÌ The Brock, Burlington, ON, The Molinaro Group ÌÌ Tsawwassen Mills, Tsawwassen First Nation, BC, Ivanhoe Cambridge ÌÌ VERSUS, Calgary, AB, ONE Properties

CERTIFIED ÌÌ 191 Creditview Road, Vaughan, ON, Condor Properties ÌÌ Amphithéâtre Multifonctionnel de Québec, QC, Ville de Québec ÌÌ Aréna Clément Jetté, Montreal, QC, Ville de Montreal ÌÌ Auburn Bay Station, Calgary, AB, Brookfield Residential ÌÌ Bureaux du SCT, 2e étage de l’Édifice H, Quebec, QC, Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor ÌÌ Bureaux SQI, Saint-Jérôme, QC, Société Québecoise des Infrastructures (SQI) ÌÌ Campbell Heights Industrial Centre, Surrey BC, Farrel States LTD. ÌÌ Carruthers Marsh Pavilion, Ajax, ON, The Corporation of the Town of Ajax ÌÌ Centre d’affaires BDC, St-Jérôme, QC, Banque de Développement du Canada

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Q LOFTS CONDOMINIUMS - Thoughtful sustainable design, creative energy efficiency, and the lowest condo fees in Halifax

Developer/builder POLYCORP is known for extraordinary energy efficiency. Its latest project, Q Lofts, raises the bar even further, illustrating the company’s mandate to treat energy as a valuable resource that needs to be managed and optimized through smart design choices.

LEED SCORE CARD - PLATINUM Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Design Location & Linkage Awareness & Education TOTAL

18 12 23 8.5 16 6.5 10 3 97

This eight-storey-tall, 72-suite condo was the first new construction condominium built in this walkable, vibrant and eclectic north end neighbourhood of Halifax. Its trendsetting industrial-looking balconies and colourful aluminum, stainless steel and zalmag cladding (made from recycled material) show that a building can be beautiful, as well as functional. A total floor area of approximately 9,400m2 makes Q Lofts one of the largest multi-unit residential buildings in Canada to achieve Platinum status, and the only one of its kind in the Atlantic Provinces. The building envelope features highly insulated ICF walls with R-values over R29, triple-glazed low-E argon windows, and thermally broken balconies; all to ensure minimal heat loss and a comfortable living environment throughout the year. An innovative high efficiency air source heat pump system heats and cools the building using a high mass radiant floor distribution system, and the system heats domestic water as well. A highefficiency rooftop energy recovery ventilator with high MERV air filtration is constantly delivering fresh outdoor air to the

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suites and common areas. Combined with low-VOC hard flooring and paint, and formaldehyde-free cabinetry and trim, Q Lofts has superior air quality. Rainwater for use in toilets is collected from the building’s roof and stored in the 45,000-litre cistern under the garage floor, vastly reducing the load on the municipal water supply. Q Lofts also has low-flow fixtures and an exterior native foliage landscape requiring little-to-no irrigation. LED lighting throughout the building, motion sensors in the garage and mechanical rooms, and EnergyStar rated appliances, bathroom exhaust and ceiling fans all reduce electrical consumption. The icing on this Platinum cake is the impact these leading-edge and thoughtful energy efficiency measures have had on the Owners at Q Lofts: they enjoy the lowest condo fees in Halifax – by a wide margin.


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4711 YONGE

4711 Yonge is a leader in sustainability, pursuing the highest standards of social, employment, and environmental practices, striving to make the community in which it operates a better place to live and work. 4711 Yonge has not only proven to be a consistently high-performing building, but it has continued to raise the bar for sustainability best practices. It initially achieved LEED Canada EB:O&M Silver certification in 2013, and has now upgraded to LEED Canada EB:O&M Gold, a remarkable achievement for a suburban office building. Over the past 10 years, 4711 Yonge has implemented an Energy reduction strategy to dramatically cut energy consumption and decrease associated GHG emissions. EUI has decreased by 31% while the ENERGY STAR score increased dramatically from 45 to 89, a major feat for a building that is over 30 years old. These significant energy reductions were not through a single upgrade but through strong leadership at the property, and a continuing drive to improve performance. With a strong commitment to sustainability, the building has made significant cuts to energy, water, and resource consumption while setting an industry example for implementing well-being initiative for its occupants. Additional certifications and accolades include: BOMA Certificate of Excellence, BOMA BEST Platinum, Fitwel Certification, ENERGY STAR Certification and Wiredscore Gold Certification (2018). This impressive 30-year-old building continues to stand the test of time, keeping pace with towers half its age.

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PARK PLACE At almost 460 feet high and more than 700,000 square feet, Park Place is the largest leasable office space in British Columbia. Built in 1984, this iconic AAA tower located in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown business district is well known for its pink granite façade and copper-glazed windows. It is also a clean giant with LEED Gold and BOMA BEST Platinum certifications. In 2018, it was awarded ENERGY STAR certification, one of the first buildings in Canada to do so.

This technology makes it possible to heat the entire building solely with the heat recovery chillers when outside air temperatures are above 7°C. An important goal for QuadReal is to improve and invest in existing buildings so that they remain competitive with new commercial properties, while creating comfortable environments that enhance the lives of tenants and guests. Park Place is proof that older buildings can meet and exceed the performance of new ones.

Driven by long-term financial and environmental considerations, many successful energy upgrades have taken place at Park Place. The latest was the installation of a heat recovery chiller that allows waste heat from cooling systems to be captured and re-used to heat other parts of the building.

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EDMONTON TOWER 2018

Valued at over $200 million, Edmonton Tower is a 618,000 square foot glass edifice that sits in the heart of the busy ICE District and ascends 27 floors into the sky. This AAA commercial office development has a unique curved façade, dramatic floor-to-ceiling perimeter glazing, expansive floor plates, a grand public lobby, a childcare service with accessible pick-up and drop-off from the parkade, a public art on display outside the building, and pedways leading to downtown amenities. With unparalleled features and comforts, this transformative project is home to over 2,000 hard-working Edmontonians and is a testament to our team’s dedication to quality and community. A reduced carbon footprint was a key goal of Edmonton Tower. The project team emphasized sustainability in the following areas: urban densification, energy efficiency, and building materials. While adhering to strict sustainability regulations and standards, this project, despite urban constraints, excelled in both continuous efficiencies and long-term viability. Edmonton Tower achieved LEED® GOLD Core and Shell certification and through the design and construction features included to meet this target, also supported the LEED® Commercial Interiors certification for at least two major tenants, one being the City of Edmonton.

LEED SCORE CARD - GOLD Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Design Regional Priority TOTAL

16/28 3/10 22/37 5/13 8/12 6/6 4/4 64

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101 MCNABB STREET, MARKHAM 101 McNabb Street is a 1980’s vintage office building owned by Op Trust Office Inc. and managed by Crown Property Management Inc. The 315,000 sq. ft., 3-storey building, occupied by General Motors (GM) and TD Bank, was renovated in 2015 from a single-user building to accommodate a multi-use tenancy. An ASHRAE Level II Energy Audit resulted in adjustments such as optimizing the operating hours of the air handling units, upgrading controls of the cooling plant, and replacing exterior lights with LEDs. The building has an impressive EUI of 23.7 ekWh/sf, helping it to achieve an Energy Star score of 86. Moreover, Crown has reduced the building’s EUI by 45% since 2014 through upgrades to building systems and scheduling, and by working with its tenants to implement local occupancy and daylight control strategies and use of low power tenant equipment. The building provides 66 solar-powered electric vehicle charging stations for GM’s Canadian Technical Centre, and a private shuttle service to transit hubs.

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Crown also updated practices to meet key LEED requirements in the indoor environmental quality category. It aligned its preventative Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessments with I-BEAM requirements, adopted green cleaning practices, and installed MERV 13 filters and entryway mats to mitigate IAQ contaminants. Low-flow fixtures have achieved a water use reduction of over 37% compared to baseline. This accolade distinguishes 101 McNabb Street as a top-in-class facility exceeding industry best practices and showcases Crown’s dedication to responsible and efficient building operation and ongoing improvement.


WE ARE PROUD TO ACHIEVE OUR 38TH LEED®-CERTIFIED PROJECT FOR A TOTAL OF 3,800,000 SQ. FT. OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

ERICSSON Sustainable Sites

15

Water Efficiency

10

Energy & Atmosphere

13

Materials & Ressources

6

Indoor Environmental Quality

11

Innovation Design

6

Regional Priority

3

TOTAL

64

950 BEAUMONT Sustainable Sites

19

Water Efficiency

10

Energy & Atmosphere

16

Materials & Ressources

7

Indoor Environmental Quality

8

Innovation Design

4

Regional Priority

3

TOTAL

67

LUMENPULSE Sustainable Sites

14

Water Efficiency

10

Energy & Atmosphere

14

Materials & Ressources

6

Indoor Environmental Quality

5

Innovation Design

4

Regional Priority

2

TOTAL

55

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ROYAL VISTA EMERGENCY SERVICES STATION Serving a number of communities in Calgary’s northwest, this 4-bay, 23,680 sq ft multi-services facility provides a number of essential services to the area. The building faces the main industrial community thoroughfare acting not only as a gateway along the ‘community route’, but also serves as a civic destination for community activities. 2018

The building design responds to the prairie style design guidelines established for the industrial park and showcases a rain garden as a demonstration of stormwater management techniques. The building, which certified LEED Gold, is centered around shared services and operational functions. The building employed a complex series of sustainable initiatives to reduce the building’s dependency on the city’s utility infrastructure, effectively reducing the overall capacity needs of a fire station down to that of a large house. This resulted in significant reductions in potable water use, reductions in effluent volume needs, and storm water management impact on city storm sewers. The building also includes the use of solar panels, LED lighting, solar tubes, light shelves and efficient mechanical systems all contributing to an overall reduction in energy consumption.

LEED SCORE CARD - GOLD

The facility houses the following groups: • Fire Services (station 34) • Animal bylaw services; • Police services; and • Community space available to the public. www.s2architecture.com

2425 MATHESON BLVD. The property at 2425 Matheson Blvd in Mississauga, Ontario is comprised of a multi-tenant 9 storey office building totaling 188,096 square feet, with a surface and covered parking deck and related landscaping. The property is 100% occupied and is situated in the Airport Corporate Centre on the southwest corner of the intersection of Matheson Blvd East and Orbitor Drive. The property achieved LEED Gold Certification in 2018. 2018

We use a third-party energy consultant company to monitor our energy consumption and we review the energy reduction recommendations monthly. We have implemented green initiatives such as a waste recycling program, water-conserving plumbing fixtures, a cycle loan program, EV charging stations, and e-waste recycling that includes batteries, lamps and ballasts. In 2018, we did an LED retrofit for the exterior lighting. Through our waste and recycling program, we saved 2,301 litres of oil, 42,397 litres of water, and 5 CU MTs of landfill space. As a result of this program, we also saved 6,560 KWh of energy and reduced 43KGs of pollutants. Active tenant engagement is also a key part of drawing awareness to our ongoing sustainability efforts. This includes activities such as the EcoChallenge, which encourages tenants to reduce their environmental impact and raises awareness of energy and waste reduction efforts.

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Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources

10/26 8/10 22/35 4/14

Indoor Environmental Quality 12/15 Innovation in Design 4/6 Regional Priority 4/4

TOTAL

64/110


MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND FORESTRY’S FIRE MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS, HALIBURTON

2018

Serving the Northeast region of Ontario, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s Fire Management Headquarters (MNRF) in Haliburton Ontario is a single-storey 1,750 s.m.(18,800 sq.ft.) facility situated on a 3.14 hectare parcel of land at the Stanhope Airport. Certified LEED® Gold® by the Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC) in 2018, this state of the art, post-disaster facility and associated site developments incorporate numerous sustainable design principles, materials and building systems. The proportion of the available site at the Stanhope Airport, necessitated a long linear building footprint, carefully positioned between the geothermal field beds and parking areas to the north and the MNRF fixed wing aircraft and helicopter parking pads and asphalt taxi area to the south.

LEED SCORE CARD - GOLD Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources

8/26 10/10 25/35 5/14

Indoor Environmental Quality 6/15 Innovation in Design 6/6 Regional Priority 3/4

TOTAL

63/110

Planned, designed and constructed to accomodate the MNRF’s demanding staff, training and first response needs, this facility consolidates all Northeastern operations under one roof. Interior space planning of the building is sensitive to airside and groundside operations typical of airport facilities with administrative and training spaces generally separate from warehouse, storage and service-type spaces. Office, administrative and training spaces capitalize on natural light views to the exterior and solar heat gain in the winter months, with generous roof overhangs sheltering these spaces from the unwanted heating effects of the summer sun. The building’s mechanical system design incorporates numerous heating and cooling zones allowing for maximum temperature control relative to building occupancy as it fluctuates seasonally between peak summer months and the firefighting low season. – Larocque Elder Architects, Architectes Inc.

LONDON CITY CENTRE London City Centre owned by DREAM Office Reit, achieved ISO 14001 certification in 2012; won the London Mayor’s Sustainable Energy Council award for significant reduction in electricity use as nominated by London Hydro in 2015; BOMA’s Best Platinum certification and National Office Building of the Year in 2016 and Silver LEED certification in 2018.

2018

LEED SCORE CARD - SILVER Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Operations Regional Priority TOTAL

12/26 2/14 21/35 4/10 9/15 5/6 3/4 56/110

The efficiency transition of the 48 yr. old, 540,785 sq. ft twin tower complex began half a decade ago to include retrofitting all air handling units with energy efficient motors; installing variable frequency drives; replacing original pump systems with high efficiency units and 50,000 flourescent tubes with new energy lighting; investment in solar harvesting; replacing the original 3,900 windows with low emissivity argon double glazed ones; sealing the entire exterior structure with elastomeric paint; achieving 86% diversion rate in recycling organics, electronic waste, cardboard, batteries, paper shredding, metals and air handling filters; culminating in 2018 with new entrance doors and podiums. We are working towards achieving 86% transition to hands free toilets and faucets to reduce water consumption. An integral part of London’s downtown, London City Centre supports numerous on-going charties and community initiatives such as Heart and Stroke, Canadian Cancer Society, the London Humane Society. Holding blood, food and toy drives, participating in Tim Horton’s camp day and hosting annual repelling events benefitting the Make-a-Wish organization.

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2018

THE ELEMENT Inspired by Westin, the Element is transforming the extended stay segment with bright, modern design, eco-conscious practices and an innovative guest experience that resonates with today’s traveler. From spacious guest rooms featuring fully equipped kitchens to spa-inspired bathrooms, guests have space to live their lives. Element is a smarter, better place to stay. The LEED certified Element Calgary Airport 142 rooms offer many unique amenities such as a complimentary health conscious breakfast, in-room filtered water, apartment size fridges, and induction cooktops to prepare meals in the comfort of your room. Other hotel features include a heating swimming pool, steam room, large fitness facilities, complimentary internet, and EMV charging stations. Discover a new way to relax, refresh, and connect with the world around you.

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LEED SCORE CARD -SILVER Silver Rating Achieved Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environment Quality Innovation in Design Regional Priority

51/110 14/26 6/10 11/35 3/14 9/15 6/6 2/4


CIVIC CENTRE RESOURCE LIBRARY 2018

The City of Vaughan continues to promote innovative, sustainable and accessible facilities such as the award-winning Civic Centre Resource Library for Vaughan Public Libraries.

LEED SCORE CARD -SILVER Silver Rating Achieved Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environment Quality Innovation in Design Regional Priority

58/110 16/26 7/10 14/35 6/14 9/15 3/6 3/4

The Civic Centre Resource Library (CCRL) received LEED Silver certification in June 2018. The 3,306-square-metre building was designed to promote literacy, community outreach and environmental stewardship through its expansive views, open space design and interior courtyard. The library is home to more than 70,000 books and provides services to 20,000 residents every month by offering amenities such as a study hall, reading lounge, computer lab, children’s area, creative suite and an upper reading patio with access to natural lighting. The CCRL was constructed with a high albedo roofing system and efficient LED and motion sensor lighting that helps conserve energy when rooms are unoccupied. It features mechanical and electrical systems that control ventilation and variable speed fans to ensure efficient operation; and high-performance glazing that reduces solar heat gain and glare. These energy efficient measures, among others, are projected to reduce energy consumption by 33 per cent. Water is conserved through low flow plumbing fixtures that reduce the amount of potable water consumed by 37 per cent, in addition to drought-tolerant landscaping and native plants that require little to no water. The building’s waste reduction efforts include refillable water stations and the adoption of recycling services. This successful project promotes active and sustainable transportation by offering bike racks, two electric vehicle charging stations and easy access to public transit, including York Region Transit, TTC bus routes and Maple Go station. A comprehensive education outreach program was developed that includes a guided tour of the building which identifies key design features that improve the overall environmental impact of the project. The building is also included on the City of Vaughan’s Green Buildings website.

OWNER City of Vaughan LOCATION Vaughan, Ontario AREA 3,306 m2 (35, 570 sq. ft) STATUS Opened May 2016 CONTRACTOR Aquicon Construction Company Limited ARCHITECTS/INTERIOR DESIGN ZAS Architects + Interiors PROJECT MANAGERS Colliers Project Leaders STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING WSP MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING WSP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Scott Torrance Landscape Architect SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANT ZON Engineering Inc. COMMISSIONING WSP PHOTOGRAPHY Doublespace Photography

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The 2018 LEED Year in Review  

Special annual supplement in SABMag 63

The 2018 LEED Year in Review  

Special annual supplement in SABMag 63