In joint venture with HOK, the Jean Canfield Building was designed as a sustainable precedent for Canadian federal buildings of the 21st century. Integrating sustainability, supportive workspaces, and connectivity was the key driver of project’s design. This goal was achieved through a multi-disciplinary design approach making use of local resources, passive systems, and state-of-the-art “green” technologies. The design features a central atrium for passive ventilation and cooling, a concrete structure for radiant heating/cooling, a raised floor for localized climate control, and daylighting to all work areas. The Jean Canfield Building was the first maritime building to achieve LEED Gold Certification.
LEED Gold Certified
2008 Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence in Architecture
Canadian Solar Industries Association – Solar PV Project of the Year
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation – CUI Brownie Awards