MTA Partner and Sustainable Design Expert, Carol Phillips, will be speaking at Cecobois the Conference and Low Carbon and Biosourced Construction Forum, held at the Quebec Convention Centre in Quebec City.
Taking place on Thursday, February 22ndat 5:30PM in Room 200AB, Carol will be delivering a talk entitled “Limberlost Place – Changing Culture on Toronto’s Waterfront” on our 10-storey, mass timber, net-zero carbon emissions, post-secondary building designed with Acton Ostry Architects. Limberlost Place, currently under construction at George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus in Toronto, is a model for 21st century smart, sustainable, green building innovation with a structural solution of mass wood components sourced within Canada. The building design provides generous spaces focused on wellbeing and sustainability with the building form and façade shaped to maximize access to natural light and fresh air. To our knowledge, this is a first of its kind in the world use of exposed mass timber to this height for this occupancy.
Carol is excited to join the many informed and knowledgeable speakers sharing their expertise on mass timber manufacturing, design, construction, and innovation! Learn more about the event, her presentation, and how to register by clicking here.