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IT’S A WRAP. Thank you to all who participated in PHCC 2019!  

Sessions are now available for playback in the Online Learning Lab.

Professional Development:

AIBC*: Up to 12 Core LUs / 4 Core LUs for Golden Horseshoe Tour / 3 Core LUs for York Loop Tour
BC Housing: Up to 12 training hours / 4 training hours for Golden Horseshoe Tour/ 3 training hours for York Loop Tour
PHI: 16 Credit Points - ID: V146_2019_CA
OAA: All participants will receive a certificate of attendance for those requesting & self reporting CEUs 
*Please ensure to have your badge scanned upon entry at each learning session 
Thursday, October 17 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Breakout Session 5: EnerPHit Towers - Case Studies

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Moderator: Andrew Peel

Riverside Tower Retrofit
Andrew Peel, Peel Passive Consulting

The 255 Riverside Drive Tower retrofit is North America’s first live-in tower EnerPHit project. The challenges of meeting EnerPHit on a large building are compounded by residents staying during construction work. Learn how the team has approached the design and construction to reimagine what’s possible in retrofitting an existing tower.

Market Transformation - Kickstarting Large-Scale EnerPHit Projects in Ontario (Ken Soble Tower) 
Ya'el Santopinto, ERA Architects
Cara Sloat, Reinbold Engineering Group
Graeme Stewart, ERA Architects

Chris Van Dongen, Entuitive Corporation
Joshua Vanwyck, JMV Consulting


Using the 500 MacNab Tower Renewal EnerPHit project as a case study, this session will examine considerations related to: design; approvals; procurement; and construction as compared to a traditional retrofit. Panelists will include the Architect, Passive House Consultant, Mechanical Engineer and Construction Manager. Since large-scale EnerPHit projects are still uncommon in the Ontario market, this session will outline learnings, challenges and recommendations to aid building owners, design teams and constructors in engaging in EnerPHit projects in Ontario.

Canada's Largest EnerPHit Study: Twin Towers, North Vancouver, BC
Jeff Clarke-Janzen and Ben Mills, HiH Energy

If implemented, Twin Towers in North Vancouver would be the world’s largest multifamily EnerPHit project (combined 26 stories and TFA of 9,760 m2). HiH Energy and Morrison Hershfield performed a feasibility study for BC Housing & Affordable Housing to outline a retrofit pathway to meet EnerPHit requirements as well as complete operational de-carbonization. At 42 years of age, the envelope components require attention and mechanical systems are end of life. HiH will discuss the approach to this challenging problem, results (including 3rd party costing) and recommendations to assist other groups to get the most out of their EnerPHit project.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Van Dongen

Chris Van Dongen

Associate, Entuitive Corporation
Chris is a LEED-accredited professional with a specialty in Building Science. He brings his 11 years of sustainable design expertise to a wide range of work in the institutional, residential and commercial sectors, with a focus on roofing and building envelope renewal. He has participated... Read More →
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Ya’el Santopinto

Director of Research & Partnerships, Centre for Urban Growth and Renewal | ERA Architects
Ya’el Santopinto OAA MRAIC is the Director of Research and Partnerships at the Centre for Urban Growth and Renewal (CUG+R), a non-profit organization advocating for supportive policy frameworks around the preservation of Canada’s affordable apartment housing supply. In this role... Read More →
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Graeme Stewart

Principal, Centre for Urban Growth and Renewal | ERA Architects
Graeme Stewart OAA MRAIC CIP RPP CAHP is a Toronto based architect and urban planner. Graeme is a principal with ERA Architects, where he has contributed to many of the Toronto region’s leading urban design, cultural planning, and revitalization projects.Graeme is also a founding... Read More →
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Joshua Vanwyck

Owner, JMV Consulting
Joshua Monk Vanwyck brings over 10 years of building science, sustainable building design, facilitation and retrofit experience to each of his projects.With experience in academic, institutional, residential and public buildings across Canada, the USA, France, Germany, Switzerland... Read More →
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Cara Sloat

Associate, Reinbold Engineering Group
Cara Sloat is a Toronto-based mechanical engineer who brings more than 17 years of mechanical design experience to her clients and their projects.  Having started her career building low-energy homes across Ontario, she has focused on design for multi-unit residential and retail... Read More →
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Andrew Peel

Principal, Peel Passive Consulting
Andrew’s primary areas of expertise are in low carbon buildings and renewable energy. His professional and academic experience ranges from consultancy, program management, authoring technical and non-technical articles, course and lecture delivery, and technical research.Andrew... Read More →
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Ben Mills

Principal, HiH Energy
Ben Mills is a Professional Mechanical Engineer who has provided design and project management services on projects from First Nations community centres to hospitals and university buildings. He is a Certified Energy Manager, Certified Passive House Designer, LEED Accredited Professional... Read More →
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Jeff Clarke-Janzen

Energy Operations Manager, HiH Energy
Jeff Clarke-Janzen is an Energy Operations Manager who provides on-site energy assessment management as well as delivering Passive House energy modeling through PHPP. He is a certified Passive House Designer & Tradesperson and a graduate of UBC’s Wood Products Processing Program... Read More →


Thursday October 17, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm
AA112 - Breakout Lecture Hall

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