Buildings we love
The difference better built homes & buildings can make
We're visiting homes and other buildings across B.C. that nicely combine aesthetics, energy efficiency and comfort.
On a quest to cost-effectively build comfortable homes with small energy bills, these two developments prove it can be done.
The arrival of cold climate heat pumps have provided efficient heating when temperatures dip as low as -30°C.
"We know that a big part of wellness is that sense of feeling connected to others. The Summit will provide a true sense of community for everyone who lives and works here."
"Our goal is to create a comfortable environment for students and staff to learn and spend their time in."
The stunning 60,000 sq ft Wilson School of Design is the first in a trio of major updates to KPU campuses.
"We want to raise the energy performance and sustainability metrics bar for every new building."
If you think a Net Zero home is a thick-walled box that sacrifices quality of living for efficiency, think again.
TRU was named as the highest-rated university in the world by the global Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System, achieving their prestigious Platinum rating.
Surrey Schools gave us an exciting view of the future with Salish Secondary, which opened in September 2018.
Storeys is now fully occupied, providing safe, warm accommodation and a sense of community to those who need it most.