Sustainability Certification

Energy Modelling

Measurement and Verification Services

Existing Building Services

Daylighting Analysis

OUR KIND OF PROJECTS

From schools to distribution centres, health care facilities to residential towers, our team has applied years of expertise to nearly every building type. Our clients depend on us for our reliable insight, but also for our flexibility. We know that no two projects are alike and that each building, new or existing, faces it's own set of hurdles to overcome in order to save energy. Luckily, we also know the right questions to ask, and have a proven ability to work with clients and shape a clear path forward.

Waterloo Corporate Campus // ON
Sifton Properties Head Office // London ON
LiUNA Office Building // Vaughan, ON
The United BLDG // Toronto, ON
Hexagon Office Building // Calgary, AB
Macdonald Block Reconstruction // Toronto, ON
CIBC Square Phase 1 // Toronto, ON
Daniels Waterfront South Block // Toronto, ON
EY Tower // Toronto, ON
160 Front Street West // Toronto, ON
16 York Street // Toronto, ON
Edmonton Tower // AB
University of Toronto Centre for Engineering, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship // Toronto, ON
Moncton Recreation Centre // Moncton, NB
Humber College Athletic & Welcome Centre // Toronto, ON
One London Place // London, ON
200 King Street West // Toronto, ON
Havergal Upper School Renovation // Toronto, ON
Aaniin Community Centre and Library // Markham, ON
Minto Recreation Complex // Ottawa, ON
Bessarion Community Centre // Toronto, ON
McMaster Health Centre // Hamilton, ON
Market Mall // Calgary, AB
Tuxedo Life Lease Project // Winnipeg, MB
NRC Advanced Manufacturing Facility // Winnipeg, MB
Humber College Learning Resource Commons // Toronto, ON
1544 Dundas Street West // Toronto, ON
Chinook Centre Energy Audit // Calgary, AB
King & Portland // Toronto, ON
Telus Sky TI // Calgary, AB
Portfolio Tower // Calgary, AB
Eau Claire Redevelopment (Phase 1) // Calgary, AB
PCL Corporate Office // Edmonton, AB
The District Project // Calgary, AB
Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (Phase 1C) // Toronto, ON
Stockman Centre Energy Audit // Calgary, AB
Oakville Trafalgar Park Revitalization // Oakville, ON
Calgary Cancer Centre // AB
One Queen East // Toronto, ON
Tsawwassen Mills Shopping Centre // Delta, BC
Hamilton Village Care Centre // Richmond, BC
KPMG Office Tower // Vaughan, ON
Legislative Assembly of Ontario // Toronto, ON
UTSC Environmental Science and Chemistry Building // Scarborough, ON
Peel Memorial Health Centre // Brampton, ON
Creekstone Care Centre // North Vancouver, BC
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (Spruce Building) // Surrey, BC
Valleyview Care & Community Centre // Coquitlam, BC
402 Dunsmuir // Vancouver BC

BIG EVENTS & BRIGHT IDEAS

Navigating NECB 2017 – Ongoing Presentations

Join Footprint Associate Mark Gad for a discussion that will guide you through the meaning and implications associated with NECB 2017. Mark provides an overview of the legislation, reviews possible technology challenges that require awareness, and outlines recommended strategies for moving forward.

CONTACT Mark today to schedule a presentation for your team.

 

Zero Carbon & High-Performance Building Design

Friday May 8, 2020

Energy efficiency is vital to the design of any building—a requirement that is outlined by national and provincial energy building codes and, more and more, demanded by communities. Alberta’s unique climate, combined with the provincial regulatory environment, has traditionally presented numerous challenges when establishing and meeting sustainable design targets.

Join Footprint Project Manager Mohammad Al-Masri at the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA) biannual Banff Session for a discussion on Zero Carbon and High-Performance Building Design alongside Smith + Andersen Principal Regan Moffatt and University of Calgary Sustainability Consultant Adam Stoker. This presentation will define and address climate and regulatory challenges, outlining overarching principles and practical strategies from the University of Calgary Mathison Hall development.

For more information on this event, please check out the AAA Banff Session Event Page.

Buildings and the New Triple Bottom Line

Thursday May 28, 2020

Covering “Shifting Paradigms”, the 2020 Ontario Association of Architects Annual Conference will focus on the shift towards sustainability, diversity, and transparency throughout the industry.

Join Footprint Principal Lyle Scott on day two of the conference for a discussion on Buildings and the New Triple Bottom Line.

For more information on this event, please check out the 2020 OAA Annual Conference Event Page.

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OUR IDEAS & MISSION

To provide the architecture, engineering, and construction industry with the tools and information needed to design, build, and maintain better, more sustainable buildings.

PEOPLE YOU (ACTUALLY) LIKE WORKING WITH

People rarely remember projects, but they always remember who they worked with (and what it was like to work with them). At Footprint, we're all about building relationships. Our approach is always catered to our clients, and it's this flexibility which has led to so much repeat work. That, and our team is just really fun...

People rarely remember projects, but they always remember who they worked with (and what it was like to work with them). At Footprint, we're all about building relationships.

Are you passionate about sustainability and looking to join a growing, national team? Check out our latest job postings.

RECENT NEWS

Energy Modelling for Canada’s Largest Geothermal System in a Healthcare Building

Footprint has completed energy modelling for the upcoming Corner Brook Acute Care Hospital in Newfoundland. With construction targeting completion for 2023, the facility will be home to the largest geothermal system for heating and cooling in a Canadian healthcare building.

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Joseph Brant Hospital’s Michael Lee-Chin and Family Patient Tower Achieves LEED Silver

The Michael Lee-Chin and Family Patient Tower at Joseph Brant Hospital has successfully achieved LEED Silver certification. Alongside project team member Ellis Don, Footprint provided energy modelling, as well as measurement and verification services for this addition. “Footprint joined the

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Alberta’s NECB 2017: Navigating New Requirements

Alberta has adopted the National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2017 (NECB 2017), which will come into effect on April 1, 2019. A transition period will occur until October 1, 2019, when enforcement of the legislation begins. The province

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