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Recollective

210 - 128 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC

Recollective is a values-based green building consulting firm focused on integrated design facilitation, LEED, Living Building Challenge and advanced building simulations. For more info, visit: www.recollective.ca READ MORE

Millennium Water - The Southeast False Creek Olympic Village

212 West 1st Avenue Vancouver, BC

Vancouver’s Olympic Village on the Southeast False Creek (SEFC) site is designed to be a model of a sustainable neighbourhood. The site is about seven hectares in size and will consist of over 20 buildings, with approximately 1.5 million square feet of residential development. All SEFC buildings are designed to LEED Gold standard, with the community centre pursuing LEED Platinum. When completed, this will be the largest development project to be certified in Canada. READ MORE

Southeast False Creek - Olympic Village

212 W. 1st Vancouver, BC

Vancouver's Olympic Village on the Southeast False Creek (SEFC) site is designed to be a model of a sustainable neighbourhood. The site is about seven hectares in size and will consist of over 20 buildings, with approximately 1.5 million square feet of residential development. All SEFC buildings are designed to LEED Gold standard, with the community centre pursuing LEED Platinum. When completed, this will be the largest development project to be certified in Canada. READ MORE

SEFC Creekside Community Centre

  • Interview: Walter Francl - Walter Francl Architects
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1 Athletes Way Vancouver, British Columbia

The South East False Creek Community Centre is located on the False Creek waterfront, in the heart of the Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Village. During the 2010 Winter Games the building was used as office space for the Olympic and Paralympic mayor, management staff and Four Host First Nations, and also hosted amenities for athletes. The facility will now be converted to a two-level, 4,227 square metre community centre including a child-care facility, a non-power boating centre, and space for a restaurant. It will be targeting LEED Platinum certification. READ MORE

Vancouver Olympic/ Paralympic Village

  • Interview: Ian Smith - Manager of Development SEFC & Olympic Village, COV
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  • Interview: Ian Smith - Manager of Development SEFC & Olympic Village, COV
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  • Interview: Ian Smith - Manager of Development SEFC & Olympic Village, COV
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1702 Columbia Street Vancouver, British Columbia

The Olympic and Paralympic Village is part of the Southeast False Creek (SEFC) development. The SEFC site includes 32 hectares of formerly industrial lands which constituted the last remaining tract of undeveloped waterfront land in downtown Vancouver. The SEFC development has over 600,000 square meters of residential development, approximately 6,200 housing units, and an estimated total population ranging from 10,000 to 12,000 people. The first phase of the development, completed at the end of 2009, temporarily accommodated athletes of the 2010 Olympic/Paralympic Winter Games, after which it was converted into a high-density, mixed-use sustainable neighbourhood with approximately 1,100 housing units. READ MORE

SEFC Neighbourhood Energy Utility

  • Interview with Chris Baber - NEU Manager
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1890 Spyglass Place Vancouver, BC

The Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU) is an environmentally-friendly community energy system that provides space heating and domestic hot water to all new buildings in Southeast False Creek (SEFC). READ MORE