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LEED Buildings

Student Life and Innovation Centre

Our 80,000ft2 new build is target LEED Gold designation through the Canada Green Building Council. The new build includes; double gymnasium, eight change rooms, therapy room, athletics office, and a student pub, a large venue space that can be subdivided into three equal spaces, or opened as a single space.  The building features a deck to the outside from the large venue space and fitness space, 12 private study rooms, storage, and washrooms. Energy efficient features include:

 Geothermal Exchange System

 Heat Recovery of Exhaust Air Systems

 Lighting Controls and LED Lighting

Efficient Windows and Envelope

Window blind control

Reflective Roof Membrane

During construction, 90% of the construction waste was diverted from landfills and 100% of the wood used in construction was sustainability harvested

Newcourt House

Built in the early 1840’s for the Honorable Hamilton Killaly, Welland Canal Engineer, and Chairman of Public works at the time.   The property and land was also used as a farm by Ontario’s “Asylum for the Insane at Kingston” and used to produce food for the local hospital system.

Today, the historical building houses SLC’s Centre for Behavioral Studies and in 2018, it underwent its first major renovation. Working under the LEED Building standards, and compiling with the Historic Society in Kingston, this building will consume 56% less energy and reduce Green House Gas emission by 60%.