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Restoration Services Centre is now featured as an Architecture Canada 2030 Challenge Case Study


The 2030 Challenge is a program supporting design activities that will significantly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of new and renovated Canadian buildings.  The Challenge proposes targets for the energy consumption of new buildings.

“The buildings selected for the case study are the best energy efficient commercial buildings that have been constructed in Canada so far.

Every project featured has been included because of the commitment made by its Owner, the Builder and the entire Design Team to create a building that reduces or eliminates its consumption of resources. Success is measured by the building’s energy use index; it can also be measured by the satisfaction and enthusiasm of every individual using or inhabiting the building.

These case study buildings have taken the first step to becoming energy neutral; their building envelopes are as efficient as possible and the implications and realities of net zero energy have been considered”  – Architecture Canada website

The Restoration Services Centre exemplifies Montgomery Sisam’s practice of focusing on the use of simple, low-cost solutions to drive high performance sustainable outcomes.

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Visit the 2030 Challenge website to see the Case Study


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