Late last month, on Thursday April 26th, the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Green Building Council met for their annual Spring Open event. Hosted at the newly opened EY Tower downtown, the event included a series of rapid and informative presentations known as the event’s “Building Blitz” —highlighting the newest and most sustainable buildings in Southern Ontario.
ERA’s Shelley Ludman was invited to speak about the adaptive reuse of 158 Sterling Road, the new home of Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). We were honoured to present on the often overlooked importance of adaptive reuse as a strategy for a sustainable future.
Other presentations included:
- 80 Atlantic Avenue, Presented by Quadrangle
- Zero House at the Endeavour Centre, Presented by Ryerson University, Department of Architectural Science
- Kiln Building at Evergreen Brick Works, Presented by LGA Architectural Partners
- University of Toronto – The Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Presented by Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
- York University Student Centre, Presented by CannonDesign