Managing a comprehensive team of consultants, engineers, and trades, AltCrest developed a detailed net-zero retrofit playbook, outlining a sequence and schedule to retrofit an existing 230,000 sf industrial building. Under the proposed framework, the building will achieve a 50% GHG reduction by 2030 and be fully net-zero by 2050.
Led a screening-level net-zero retrofit study for an existing 230,000 sf industrial building in Brampton, Ontario. This study provided a first step in establishing scenarios to transition the building to net-zero. A detailed transition plan followed in a separate mandate.
AltCrest developed a geothermal implementation guidebook for Atria Development for the 904-unit, 723,000 sf first phase of a four-tower purpose built rental development in the GTA, addressing commercial, technical, and legal considerations.
Project managed a net-zero retrofit study for a vintage multi-residential apartment building. Analyzed technical and commercial considerations under three scenarios to retrofit the property in alignment with BGO's carbon reduction targets. The report included an analysis of a low-carbon geo-exchange retrofit proposed to replace the existing gas-fired central mechanical systems.
Project managed a net-zero retrofit study for an open-air retail centre in Oakville. Analyzed technical and commercial considerations under three scenarios to retrofit the property in alignment with BGO's carbon reduction targets. The report included an analysis of rooftop solar PV systems required to meet tenant and house demands.
Advised Tenblock on the implementation of a Mitrex building integrated PV (“BIPV”) system into a balcony replacement program of a vintage 229-unit multi-residential apartment complex in Toronto. With an electrical engineer subconsultant, AltCrest evaluated technical, commercial, and legal considerations.
Led a multi-disciplinary consulting team to complete a net-zero feasibility study for a 315,000 sf new industrial development, including a proposed 1.5 MW DC rooftop solar PV system and electrification of building mechanical systems. The Torbram study is being utilized to inform and support QuadReal's industrial development net-zero strategy across its Ontario pipeline.