Coca Cola made the seven elements of Live Positively a reality for employees at new downtown Toronto headquarters. They created a LEED Silver certified, positive work environment that reflects their sustainable mandate in real and measurable ways.
Employees collaborate, learn, and grow.
Certified LEED® Canada Silver, CI
TD replaced the conventional roof of the landmark TD Banking Pavilion with a new extensive green roofing system in downtown Toronto. It is not only beautiful and improves the efficiency of the building, but positively affects local air quality.
Green oasis in the middle of the financial district “surreal and thrilling.” – Globe & Mail
The 350,000 Sq Ft circa 1974 building underwent a major redevelopment, requiring capital and operational strategies. Integrated with operations and occupant engagement, this capital project provided a unified approach to strategy development and ongoing sustainable operations.
The building was recertified LEED v4.1 Platinum in 2020.
Spectrum Square is a new master planned sustainable business community creating work space with positive impact on employee productivity. The first building was awarded LEED Canada Gold certification for Core and Shell.
Employees here could just be the happiest in all of Mississauga. – BISNOW
Looking to lead by example in the thriving South Core business district, One York Street went above and beyond while targeting LEED Platinum certification during design and construction, and thinking about long-term sustainability.
Highest scoring LEED® Canada Platinum building in Toronto