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This 175,000 square foot athletic facility consists of a variety of community gathering areas.
Atop the sloping and irregularly shaped roofs is a living green roof, the largest of its kind on North America to date.
The Bow, the iconic crescent shaped office tower resides on the east side of Calgary’s downtown core.
Sinuous stainless steel surfaces and complex curving geometry inspired by the aurora borealis render the Art Gallery of Alberta a work of art in itself.
With distinctive architecture, the challenge is finding solutions that balance strength and serviceability for the visual expression.
This is a very complex project, because its offers the Montreal Symphony Orchestra a permanent home.
A new Bill proposes to amend the Building Code Act, to increase the number of storeys allowed for wood frame construction from 4 to 6 storeys.
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