- Develops building designs with energy and resource efficiencies that exceed the standards of those outlined in the Model National Energy Code of Canada by including features such as grey-water recycling and extensive green rooftops.
- Offers emergency spill response planning and services, including ecosystem restoration.
- Incorporating sustainable strategies in its design of the Winnipeg International Airport’s new terminal—which aims to be the first LEED-certified terminal on the continent when it opens later this year.
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