|Address:||303 Portage Avenue|
|Architects:||Prairie Architects Inc.|
|Engineers:||Structural: Wolfrom Eng. Ltd.|
Mechanical: Faraci Eng. Ltd.
|Contractors:||Milestone Project Management|
|Tours:||Part of the QR Code Tour|
The building incorporated a new two-storey building on the west of the site with an existing three-storey building to the east of the site.
More than 96% of all materials by weight in the building are constructed from recycled de-constructed materials from existing site buildings.
Structural connections are bolted and screwed to allow for possible future reuse.
Rooftop garden/green roof are irrigated with water held in basement rainwater collection tanks.
The MEC building was certified LEED Gold by the USGBC and was the first LEED certified building in Manitoba.
Cost of construction: $2.9 Million
|Materials:||Rubble limestone and brick, timber and steel were reused from the existing building|
Fibre-reinforced concrete panels