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Built in the 1970s, the Peace River Provincial Building has served its community for over four decades. Unfortunately, like so many precast-clad buildings across the province, the building does not meet current expectations for occupant comfort and building performance. 


In 2012, the Provincial Building’s window system was replaced, but the structure is in need of many mechanical and electrical upgrades in order to make more comfortable its interior environment, to increase its energy efficiency, and to preserve the building’s quality and function for years to come. A high-performance system was chosen which has improved the performance of the windows by approximately 70% including radiation, conduction, and air movement.

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