Metro Vancouver Annacis Research Centre
This new building, adjacent to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant, is part of a network of academies to achieve a more sustainable Metro Vancouver. This building focuses on changing the public perception of wastewater. It includes research and lab areas, classrooms, and offices. The goals include attracting and enabling leading-edge academic and applied research, as well as post-secondary training opportunities with academic institutions.
Mechanical Systems Description:
MCW's mechanical designs include an energy recovery dedicated outdoor air system, demand control ventilation, and a water-to-water heat recovery heat pump system that draws on effluent from the adjacent wastewater treatment plant as the primary heating and cooling source for the building. A rainwater catchment system provides water for toilet and urinal flushing.
Electrical Systems Description:
MCW's electrical systems include solar-powered site lighting, an electric vehicle charging station, and provisions for future photovoltaic panels.
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