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Work: Net Zero

At Reimagine, we see the opportunity to make net-zero the new standard for design and construction.

Net-zero means that our buildings generate as much energy and carbon as they consume, both in embodied energy and in operational energy.

We have co-created a number of net-zero buildings including the Mosaic Centre, Alberta's very first net-zero commercial building, which has been in operation for almost a decade. Since then, our net-zero portfolio has grown.

By integrating lower-carbon materials such as wood and fibreglass in lieu of steel and aluminum, we make net-zero design decisions daily, leading to a lower-carbon built environment for the future. In every project, we make thousands of choices, each with a view to decarbonizing our built environment.

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New Cambridge Lofts Penthouse

Vivian Manasc & Bill Dushenski

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