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The first fire station on the island of Montreal to attain LEED certification of any kind, Caserne 59 in Pierrefonds-Roxboro exceeds energy code requirements; comprises a rainwater retention basin; geothermal heating and cooling; extensive day lighting with louvers; recycled content in structural materials; wetland protection and enhancement; brownfield redevelopment; locally sourced construction ...

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Dicom’s new global headquarters located in Dorval, designed by Rubin & Rotman Architects in partnership with Espace Construction Inc. and Système Énergie TST, exemplifies the firm’s commitment to sustainability, and position it for LEED-NC Gold certification....

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2014-03-01 - Announcement

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre was present at the inauguration of the new Fire Hall 59 in Pierrefonds-Roxboro....

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2013-12-01 - Announcement

Congratulations to Merck Canada on their move into their new head office in Kirkland. A two-year collaboration with our firm has resulted in a corporate headquarters suited to Merck Canada’s current needs, including an environment that encourages increased collaboration and integration across the divisions....

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Hagen Achieves LEED Gold NC

2010-09-07 - Announcement

Data accumulated since 2006 has proven that all this project’s sustainable strategies have paid off, and have earned it this high level certification.They include: geothermal heating system; 60% reduction in energy consumption; use of local and recycled materials; low chemical-emitting products; natural stormwater management and treatment; exploitation of natural light sources; potable water use...

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