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Retrofits

Reimagine acknowledges that in an era of extreme climate change, it's crucial that we renew aging buildings.

Rejuvenating existing buildings is a practice that delivers triple bottom line benefits:
environmental, socio-cultural and economic!

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Sustainable, Innovative Labs

Reimagine has over 30 years experience in creating beautiful, healthy and sustainable labs and research facilities for corporate clients and post-secondary institutions alike.

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Facade Engineering

Facade Engineering is an integrated, in-house area of expertise that solidifies Reimagine as leaders in the field of retrofitted buildings.

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Building-Integrated Photovoltaic

Solar is on the rise! The Reimagine design team is proud to have a long history of pioneering the early application of Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV), or solar panels that are integrated into a building’s design.

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Activity Based Working

Instead of forcing employees into small, identical boxes, Activity Based Working is about creating spaces that reflect the needs of their users. Your team’s work style should guide your workspace’s final form. Reimagine balances today’s needs and your plans for the future, to ensure your workspace always feels like your team’s very own natural habitat.

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Action Labs & Innovation Hubs

Innovation Hubs and Action Labs provide and support innovative thinking and collaboration.

Reimagine designs these for NGOs, Technology Innovators and Startups, Schools, Post-Secondary Institutions and Corporations.

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Old Stories, New Ways: Conversations About an Architecture Inspired by Indigenous Ways of Knowing

Vivian Manasc, one of the founders of Manasc Isaac Architects, has pioneered sustainable architecture in Canada. Her work in partnership with Indigenous communities has been her greatest inspiration, and it has transformed the very nature of her practice.

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Corporate Sustainability Report

Reimagine is thrilled to publish our 2021 Corporate Sustainability Report!

Following our rebrand, we want to celebrate who we are, what we do, how we achieve it, and most importanly, explain why. Using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework, we've mapped Reimagine's mission to save the world through architecture, to 7 Big Ideas - and we can't wait to share them with you.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 7

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 6

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 5

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 4

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 3

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 2

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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Reimagine Magazine Issue 1

Reimagine inspires owners of aging buildings to consider how these assets can be modified to enhance the urban streetscape, the workplace and the bottom line.

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