Proven Reduction in Energy Cost
and Carbon Emissions

Our Thermal Gradient Header (TGH) framework has proven success reducing energy costs and carbon emissions in various hospitals, post-secondary buildings, data centers, recreation and community centers, institutional buildings, office buildings and diverse mixed-use buildings.

Centre for Molecular Medicine & Therapeutics

Vancouver, BC

Client | Provincial Health Services Authority

Facility Type | Hospital

Mechanical Engineer | WSP

Architect | N/A

BC Children’s and BC Women’s: Eco Energy Study

Vancouver, BC

Client | Provincial Health Services Authority

Facility Type | Hospital

Mechanical Engineer | HH Angus

Architect | DIALOG

St. Paul's Hospital

Vancouver, BC

Client | Providence Health Care

Facility Type | Hospital

Mechanical Engineer | SEC Analytics

Architect | N/A

Nexsource Centre

Sylvan Lake, AB

Client | The Town of Sylvan Lake

Facility Type | Recreation Centre

Mechanical Engineer | IMEC Mechanical

Architect | HDR

Student Union Building

Vancouver, BC

Client | Langara College

Facility Type | Post-Secondary Education

Mechanical Engineer | Perez Engineering

Architect | Teeple Architects

Earth Sciences Building

Vancouver, BC

Client | University of British Columbia

Facility Type | Post-Secondary Education

Mechanical Engineer | Stantec

Architect | Perkins + Will

Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex

Coquitlam, BC

Client | City of Coquitlam

Facility Type | Recreation Centre

Mechanical Engineer | AME Group

Architect | HDR

Oceanside Health Centre

Parksville, BC

Client | Vancouver Island Health Authority

Facility Type | Urgent Care

Mechanical Engineer | Williams Engineering

Architect | Site Lines Architects

District Energy System

Coquitlam, BC

Client | City of Coquitlam

Facility Type | Municipal Buildings

Mechanical Engineer | IMEC Mechanical

Architect | N/A

Science and Technology Building

Vancouver, BC

Client | Langara College

Facility Type | Post-Secondary Education

Mechanical Engineer | AME Group

Architect | Teeple Architects