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LEED Platinum Certification

The new corporate headquarters of Nova Scotia Power in downtown Halifax recently received the prominent Leadership in Energy and Environmental (LEED) Platinum Certification. Constructed by Aecon, the project involved a complete redesign of the building (known locally as 1H) from a mothballed power plant into corporate office space that will house more than 600 employees of Nova Scotia Power. 

“This project was unique because we were converting a former industrial site into its new role as office space within the broader objective of encouraging community interaction on the Halifax waterfront,” said Frank Ross, Senior Advisor, Aecon Group Inc. “The achievement of LEED certification is also a first for any of Aecon’s building projects across Canada.” 

The LEED Platinum of the building design includes various environmental friendly functions such as the ability to collect rain water for internal use, a white roof to keep the building cool, atriums that provide natural light, a system that uses harbour water for heating and cooling, and washrooms that make efficient use of water. 

The LEED Green Building Rating System, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council, provides comprehensive guidelines for environmentally sustainable construction. The LEED standard provides a clear benchmark for what makes a building “green” as many LEED buildings use significantly less resources than comparable buildings constructed to meet local building codes only.


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