Sustainable Building Tour 2021

THURSDAY OCTOBER 7th – NOON

TOUR GUIDE
Bruce DugganBoke Consulting

 

  • Building Name: Biomass / District Heating Plant & Harvesting Operation
  • Building Location: Northlands Dënesųłiné First Nation
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Key Sustainable Feature: Biofuel district heating system using local wood
  • Building Use: heating plant
picture of a building surrounded by logs

THURSDAY OCTOBER 14th – NOON

TOUR GUIDES
Lancelot CoarUniversity of Manitoba & Robert Guilford –Harvest Moon Society

 

  • Building Name: Clearwater buildings
  • Building Location: Clearwater, Manitoba
  • Year Built: 2014
  • Key Sustainable Feature: Recycled Materials, Community participation
  • Building Use: Visitor accommodations, restaurant, multipurpose
picture of a cabin in clearwater

THURSDAY OCTOBER 21st – NOON

TOUR GUIDES
Dan DicaireOCH and Mark Carver NRCan

 

  • Building Name: Presland Net-Zero PEER
  • Building Location: Ottawa, Ontario
  • Year Built: 1960
  • Key Sustainable Feature: Net Zero Energy and Net-Zero GHG
  • Building Use: Residential
construction workers installing a panel

THURSDAY OCTOBER 28th – NOON

TOUR GUIDES
Traci Lesneski , Rhys MacPherson & Simona Fischer MSR Design

 

  • Building Name: 510 Marquette-MSR Design Studio
  • Building Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Key Sustainable Feature: LBC Petal Certification: Materials, Beauty and Equity
  • Building Use: Workplace
image of the interior of MSR Design studio

Book tickets to all four tours and get them for the price of two!

As always, members get an additional 50% off, so if they book all four tours, they get them for the price of one!

every thursday in october sustainable building tours graphic of all the sites.

Thanks to event sponsor Duxton Windows for helping to make these tours happen.

Duxton Window and Doors

These tours are a part of Building Resilience: Foundation Edition,a project of the Manitoba Eco-Network in partnership with Sustainable Building Manitoba and funded in part by the Winnipeg Foundation.

The winnipeg foundation logo next to the eco network's logo

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