University Highlands Elementary School in Burnaby has achieved 42 points, the Gold certification level, with the Canadian Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system. LEED is an internationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings.
Congratulations to everyone involved in the project!
For more information about University Highlands Elementary School, click here for the full project details.
Belmont Secondary School is now 50% clad. It is also weathertight with the exception of Block D. Current activities include installing millwork, flooring and finishing painting in Blocks A and B, while drywall is being completed in Block D. The school is scheduled to open September 2015.
Atrium Level 3 - Looking East
Atrium Roof Structure
Atrium Walkways and Bridges
Block A - East Elevation
Block D - West Elevation with Covered Work Area
Blocks A & B - South Wall Clad in Copper Penny
Interior Learning Commons - Looking North
Learning Commons & Main Entry - Exterior Elevation
Thinkspace, in conjunction with The RPG Partnership, is currently undertaking the development of a Master Program, Master Plan and Facility Functional Assessment. The intent of the project is to align infrastructure needs to healthcare service delivery needs to the year 2040.
Lake Country’s wastewater treatment facility is now complete. The project included integrating more energy-efficient and green technology to increase the plant’s capacity to meet current and future needs of the community, as well as to protect the local aquatic ecosystem.
After more than a year behind construction fences, the Westbank Lions Hall is once again open to the public. The new Westbank Lions Hall has already hosted a few events, but will host its official grand reopening February 21st.