A flagship building for Public Services and Procurement Canada
DIALOG is lead consultant for this federal government flagship project, providing architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering, and sustainability consulting to design a carbon neutral building.
Built in Toronto in the 1950s, the Arthur Meighen Building is set to be one of the first federal carbon neutral buildings. When complete it will include solar panels, a geothermal heating and cooling system and will serve as the main Government of Canada building for the Ontario region. Find out how the Arthur Meighen Building will be a flagship model that demonstrates the government’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint.
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