The new Carrville Community Centre, Library, and District Park, has the goal of achieving LEED Gold, Net-Zero Carbon.
The City of Vaughan, which has long prioritized environmental performance and resilience, engaged a Toronto studio to design the new Carrville Community Centre, Library, and District Park, with the goal of achieving LEED Gold, Net-Zero Carbon and being adaptable as a disaster relief centre.
Early in the design phase, a net-zero feasibility study analyzed a variety of strategies to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. As such, the project incorporates resilient design technologies such as geothermal heating and cooling sources and renewable energy generation.
Upon completion, this centre will set a new standard for net-zero carbon and energy conservation.
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