Zero Carbon Building Pub Night

Zero Carbon Building Pub Night
This event is sold out, please email Jessica at JMalta@cagbc.org to be added to a wait-list. We unfortunately can not accommodate walk-in registration.
 
Co-Hosted by CaGBC - Greater Toronto Chapter, the Ontario Association of Architects, Sustainable Buildings Canada, and Toronto 2030 District.

The CaGBC Toronto Chapter seeks to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, 
healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Toronto.

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Zero Carbon Building

Pub Night 




  
Master of Ceremonies
Birgit Siber
Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects 

Speakers
Fin MacDonald 
Manager, Zero Carbon Building Program, CaGBC

Oleksandra Onisko
Sustainable Buildings Consultant, Stantec Architecture Ltd.

Richard Williams
Principal, Business Centre Discipline Leader, Stantec Architecture Ltd.
 

Event Details 
True building innovation demands an advanced collaboration between design disciplines. Come out to this pub night which brings architects and engineers together to network and learn about recent experiences in designing ultra low-energy and low-emission buildings. Participants will be sent a certificate for 1 hour OAA CE credit to be counted as structured learning and may self report their participation as a 1 hour GBCI CE credit. 

This pub night will feature the uniquely modern Evolv1 building, presented by Richard Williams.


Agenda
6:00-6:30pm - Drinks, food and socializing
6:30-7:30pm - Presentation
7:30-8:00pm - Q+A followed by informal networking

              
 MEMBER  NON- MEMBER  EGP/Student*
Pricing  $25 $25 $15

 

*EGPs or Students please email education@cagbc.org to register with this special price.

About the Building 
Evolv1 Centre for Sustainability Excellence located within the University of Waterloo’s David Johnston Research & Technology Park, Evolv1 offers a perfect light-filled home for growing technology or professional services companies who include social and environmental impacts as part of their bottom line. The goal was to motivate, inspire, and educate the public about sustainable design, all within the context of a competitive marketplace.
Evolv1 demonstrated that a high-performance building can be a market-driven, cost-effective building where design decisions are driven by competitive construction budgets. We used a highly-integrated design process where both passive and active systems were iteratively modelled to optimize value received against construction cost. The solution? A high-performance building envelope with triple glazing, a solar wall for preheated ventilation, a geo-exchange / VRF HVAC system, and a green wall. The site hosts a combination of photovoltaics to make it a net positive energy candidate.
Evolv1 will showcase how end-users act within the space—generating an internal community of creative types to ignite new discoveries that span science, technology and wellness. The building is currently on track to achieve LEED platinum certification.
 

 
This event is sold out, please email Jessica at JMalta@cagbc.org to be added to a wait-list. We unfortunately can not accommodate walk-in registration.  




When
2018-02-12 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Where
The Spoke Club 600 King Street West Toronto, ON M5V 1M3 CANADA
​Please Note:​ You must have a CaGBC account and be signed in to register for this course.