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Greener, smarter buildings moving from niche to norm
by Tyler Hamilton, Energy and Technology Columnist
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13 July 2012
On 13 July 2012 The Star reported:
There is change happening in the world of commercial building construction, and while for some it could move faster and stretch deeper, the fact that efficiency, environmental footprint, and tenant well-being are being factored into design is a good thing. Last month, Oxford Properties, the real-estate arm of the Ontario Municipal Employment Retirement System, revealed that it and its partners will spend an additional $500,000 to achieve 'LEED Platinum' certification for the RBC WaterPark Place tower they are building on Queens Quay, between Bay and York Streets.
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