Innovation in MURBs Full-Day Event
Hosted by CaGBC
Program developed in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada
DATE: November 14th, 2019
TIME: 7:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. EST
LOCATION: National Arts Centre (NAC), Canada Room - Atlantic, 1 Elgin Street
Join the CaGBC and NRCan for a full day event that specifically focuses on Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs). See the details below for the outline of the day.
Part 1, hosted by CaGBC: Low Carbon Innovation for Multi-Unit Residential
Designers, developers and architects are encouraged to attend this in-depth discussion and exploration of cost-effective innovation for low-carbon multi-residential construction. Reflecting on the growing importance of MURBs in the built environment, industry experts will speak to the highlights, challenges and opportunities associated with local development, planning, design, construction and operation of this specialized building types. Specific areas of focus for the sessions are: Ventilation, Thermal Performance, Mechanical/Electrical Systems, Embodied Carbon and smart building technology.
7:30 A.M. - 8:00 A.M. Networking and Arrival
8:00 A.M. - 8:15 A.M. Welcome and Introductions - Mark Hutchinson, CaGBC
8:15 A.M. Design of Multi-unit Residential Buildings for Energy, Comfort, and Resilience - Liam O'Brien, Carleton University
9:10 A.M. The Systemic Nature of Low Energy Ventilation in MURBs - Antoni Paleshi, WSP
10:05 A.M. Break and light refreshments
10:20 A.M. High Performance Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs) in Ottawa – Driving to Zero Carbon - Christianne Aussant, Footprint
11:10 A.M. Embodied Carbon and Opportunities for Carbon Storage in Buildings - Chris Magwood, Endeavor Centre
12:00 P.M. Lunch and Smart Building Technology Panel with Mary Sye - Program Manager New Commercial Construction, Enbridge, Paul Berthiaume - Manager, Compliance, Minto, Suzanne Wiltshire - Business Development Representative, Commercial VRF & ERV Technologies Mitsubishi Electric Sales
Part 2, hosted by NRCan: Low Carbon Innovations + Net Zero Renovation Tools for Existing Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs) - Existing Housing Stock: Low to Mid Rise, wood framed, Part 9 Buildings
Ottawa’s aging building stock is reaching the point where major renovations are needed to address building durability, occupant comfort and aesthetics. Building owners need cost-effective solutions that offer greater potential for resale, tenant retention and business development. NRCan has been using the LEEP program to build innovative industry partnerships and help Canadians achieve deep energy retrofits. In collaboration with builders, manufacturers, municipalities, developers, AEC consultants and property owners, we are developing high-performance prototypes, using new technologies and finding cost-effective strategies to reduce GHG emissions from existing housing stock up to 30% overall, by 2030. This afternoon session will showcase varied perspectives, present feasible, cost-effective solutions for large-scale energy upgrades to existing building stock and quite possibly, inspire optimism in the face of an unprecedented industry challenge.
1:00 P.M. Welcome and Introductions - Jason Burggraaf, GOHBA
1:10 P.M. City of Ottawa’s ‘Energy Evolution’ and municipal leadership - Mike Fletcher, City of Ottawa
1:45 P.M. NRCan’s LEEP Forums and Wall Systems for NZ Renovation - James Glouchkow, NRCan
2:30 P.M. Proposed Pilot Project: Fanshawe College Phased, Deep-Energy Reno, 68-Unit, Low-Rise Housing - Tom Davis, Fanshawe College
3:15 P.M. PEER Project: Panelized Exterior Energy Retrofit Ottawa Community Housing and NRCan - Marc Carver, NRCan
4:00 P.M. Questions and Closing Remarks - All Speakers, CaGBC, NRCan
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About the Chapter
Hosted by the CaGBC Ottawa Chapter.
The CaGBC Ottawa Chapter seeks to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout the National Capital Region.