Law Court Buildings, Prince George, BC

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High Performance Envelope

When you build a building in a climate, which has a design temperature of -36°C in winter, and +36° temperature in the summer it had better be designed well.

Sundog recommended a high performance envelope system, which enabled the mechanical design team to delete the perimeter heating system. This was a significant first cost savings for the project, and the energy efficient envelope reduces the ongoing energy operating costs.

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<p>When you build a building in a climate, which has a design temperature of -36°C in winter, and +36° temperature in the summer it had better be designed well.</p> <p>When you build a building in a climate, which has a design temperature of -36°C in winter, and +36° temperature in the summer it had better be designed well.</p>
<p>Sundog recommended a high performance envelope system, which enabled the mechanical design team to delete the perimeter heating system. This was a significant first cost savings for the project, and the energy efficient envelope reduces the ongoing energy operating costs.</p> <p>Sundog recommended a high performance envelope system, which enabled the mechanical design team to delete the perimeter heating system. This was a significant first cost savings for the project, and the energy efficient envelope reduces the ongoing energy operating costs.</p>

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