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2017

Canada’s largest and Hamilton’s first net-zero institutional building is under construction at Mohawk College. The total amount of energy used to operate the building on annual basis will be roughly equal to the amount of renewable energy generated onsite.

The 96,000 square foot Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation incorporates leading-edge environmental technologies, including:

• High-performance building envelope to maximize heating and cooling while maximizing natural light

• Green roof with extensive planted areas

• Solar panel array generating 2,500 kW

• Solar thermal array

• 28 geothermal wells

• Variable refrigerant flow heat pump system

• Storm water harvesting of up to 342,000 litres

• Sensor-controlled LED lighting

• High-efficiency plumbing fixtures

The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Inn...

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June
2017
In the News highlights the articles and media outlets that are talking about the project.
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June
2017
Mohawk and the team of architects have been busy presenting at various conferences across the country talking about the project.  Below are a few recent conferences where the team presented. 
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2017
Mohawk’s net zero building has received record-setting support from college champions and student supporters, including the Government of Canada, the Joyce Family Foundation, ArcelorMittal Dofasco and the Mohawk Students’
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