Multi-Residential Social Housing – Brockville, November 2010
The focus of this project was to identify means to significantly increase the energy and resource efficiency of an existing multi-residential affordable housing building in the United Counties of Leeds & Grenville (UCLG), Ontario.
The subject building for this charrette was 11 Hastings Drive, Brockville. The charrette was a one-day workshop intended to explore practical means to improving the energy performance of the building.
In addition to the energy efficiency aspects of the building, UCLG is interested in improving the livability of their public housing portfolio through a variety of initiatives that address the increasing need for accessible units. The livability aspect of the charrette looked at accessibility, tenant engagement and empowerment, and community building.
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