LEED-ND v4 Platinum Certification for Technopôle Angus for Green Neighbourhoods

Montréal, Canada

Provencher Roy

Montréal, Canada

The advancement plan for the Technopôle Angus has recently obtained LEED® v4 Platinum authorization for feasible neighbourhood outline. As one of the leading green localities on the planet to be an employment center, the Technopôle is confirmation that any private urban zone can turn into an excellent and sustainable living condition as per information available from v2com.

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) is one of the most popular and rigorous rating systems are not only in North America and even across the globe. LEED® is a free accreditation program for the outline, development, support and activity of flexible structures and neighbourhoods created by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) in 1998. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Neighbourhood Development (LEED-ND) confirmation was together built with the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Congress for the New Urbanism. Its objective is to diminish the effects of urban development on nature and populaces by empowering brilliant neighbourhood design, maintainable mobility and profitable vitality.

A blended utilize green neighbourhood

Inside the LEED® affirmation hierarchy, the fulfillment of the Platinum level remains an outstanding accomplishment. Standard of the Technopôle Angus arises because of the incredible vow of its dedicated team, a real assimilated design process, deep understanding of context, and obedience with rigorous performance values.

Technopôle Angus is both a living research center and an urban renewal project for sustainable advancement and social innovation. Situated in the heart of the central residential district of Montreal, this new blended utilize green neighbourhood will convert a former industrialized park into a town where organizations and families exist together in a dynamic, inviting and ecologically responsible community. Other than making employment, offering affordable accommodation and reintegrating the location into the locality, financing produced to the project by its thickness and blended uses will coordinate green organization, with an energy circle (40% more effective than ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010) and a gathering system that recycles 95% water from rain. The dissemination inside the site is independent of automobiles and wholly pedestrianized while the landscaping endorses biodiversity, accordingly making a set-up of comfortable, beautiful public spaces that, alongside the new local organizations and handy access to alternative means of transport, will guide a more magnificent sustainable lifestyle.

Provencher Roy a multidisciplinary firm is designed the green neighbourhood in partnership with NIP Paysage, Pageau Morel associés and Vinci Consultants as the phase of a lengthy incorporated design procedure begun in 2012.

A project spearheaded through Société de developement Angus- Technopôle Angus.

Technopôle Angus is a leading project for Société de development Angus, a social, financial system whose aim is to improve urban renewal plans that deliver lasting, supportable benefits.

About Provencher Roy

Based in Canada, Provencher Roy is a leading player in urban construction and a multidisciplinary company comprising of services in architecture, planning, design, interior design, landscape architecture, industrial design and manageable development across the metropolitan area. The company brings collectively more than 300 experts working in all parts of the constructed environment across abroad and Canada. Till now Provencher Roy has received over 90 awards and distinctions.

Provencher Roy claims a pluridisciplinary team that devoted to the maintainable development and its members incorporate a vast spectrum of design expertise, which includes urban, and panorama challenges, water and waste supervision, energy troubles associated to the constructing envelope, as well as resources and quality of air in living atmospheres.

LEED® certification has attained by various 34 projects of Provencher Roy, with 10 new projects presently in the certification pipeline. The firm has more than 25 LEED® qualified professionals with a series of specializations (ID+C, BD+C, ND, O+M) as well as WELL AP and ENVISION qualified professionals.

The team adjusts to each different project to convey out its full potential, simplify the integration of problems and shareholders, and take high-quality actions to create maintainable architecture every day.  

Image Credit: Yves Lefebvre via v2com

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