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Cushman & Wakefield markham office

Cushman & Wakefield’s commitment to a LEED CI Silver designed facility and a change in corporate philosophy were integral to the design of their 13,000 sq. ft. office space. Collaboration, technology, flexibility and LEED principles drove the planning direction, along with the desire for a smaller footprint and occupancy cost. The space needed to reflect C&W’s corporate image and be representative of the commercial marketplace in which the company operates. Westparks+Associates inspiration for the design centered around access to natural light, visual expansiveness, and creation of a planning module that worked on a universal scale. The established LEED philosophy influenced all material and product selections.

ASSOCIATION DE LA CONSTRUCTION DU QUÉBEC, QC 2013

Designed to be modern, efficient and comfortable while having in mind the benefit of future generations, the new headquarters of the most important employers’ construction association in the Province of Quebec, was proudly recognised as the first LEED-certified building in the Borough of Anjou, in the City of Montreal. The Association in so doing wishes to set the tone for the rest of the construction industry.

Stantec office in Kamloops, BC

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sabMag - SPRING 2014

Highlights: • 35% less electricity demand • 60% fewer VOCs • 40% less water usage • 30% regional materials and 15% recycled materials used in the construction • A white roof • Lighting sensors in every office space • Gym, showers and indoor bike racks onsite

LEED CERTIFIED SCORE CARD Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy & Atmosphere Materials & Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Operations

5/14 4/5 4/17 5/14 9/15 4/5

TOTAL

31/70

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