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This two-towered building will be 42 floors and the tallest building in Williamsburg. The facade is precast concrete and designed to self-shade according to the position of the sun.
Located on Northwestern University’s Chicago campus, this medical research building will focus on areas such as pediatrics, cancer, heart disease, neurodegenerative disorders and genetics.
Open in 2016, the Campus North has a mix of student residences, dining options, retail, and outdoor spaces.
EEL achieved LEED Platinum certification and includes earth tubes that heat and cool the main theatre radiant floor and ceiling systems, and a high-performance envelope with triple glazing.
This 19-storey, AA class office building, is 301,000 sq. ft. and achieved LEED® certification in 2017.
E7 is a 7-storey, 242,000 sq. ft. building that houses some of the best research facilities in the world.
This 6-storey office building consists of two towers linked by a 3-storey podium with an approximate total area of 362,177 sq. ft. and achieved LEED Silver.
The fourth busiest airport in Canada, the YYC terminal includes dual skin façade with active louvres, motorized horizontal blinds and operable windows integrated with solar tracking sensors.
The 4-storey Walter Athletics Center houses academic and professional development support services for more than 500 student-athletes.
This is the first institutional building to earn a Zero Carbon Building – Design certification through the CaGBC’s Zero Carbon Building Program.
The CFHBRC is a 4-storey, 169,000 sq. ft. facility that opened in 2012 and featured new laboratories, research facilities, and office space.
This 1.5-million sq. ft. hospital opened in 2015 and offers a thorough range of primary and secondary care services.
This 179,000 sq. ft. building includes state-of-the-art classrooms, student collaboration and study spaces, offices, and a redesigned digital library.
The 25-storey tower is connected to Calgary's +15 network for rapid, year-round access to dozens of office and retail destinations and is targeted to be a LEED® Gold certified.
The HCL won CNN's Top Ten "eye popping" buildings of 2014. It achieved LEED Gold in 2016.
This LEED Gold certified building has full-height, clear, triple pane, structurally glazed, aluminum curtain wall.
This 7-storey, 500,000 sq. ft. hospital opened in 2009 and includes a beautiful 6-storey natural light atrium.
This 29-storey office building achieved LEED® Gold and incorporates curtain wall, spandrel panels, marble, granite and accented features.
This unique 7-storey building follows the shape of the Hudson River and is a 696,000 sq. ft. patient pavilion. It is expected to open in late 2020.
The HRH is a 1.8 million sq. ft. facility that opened in 2015 and is North America's first fully digital hospital.