The Wall BLOG FOR CONDOMINIUM OWNERS, ARCHITECTS AND CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS

Posted on September 1, 2017

Research + Education

Net-zero is typically defined as a building that produces as much energy as it consumes on an annual basis. However, this definition can vary by project and is subject to more questions: Is renewable energy production on-site or off-site? How does it consider efficiency versus renewables? Does net-zero hinge on the building’s size, location, and […]

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Posted on August 25, 2017

RDH News

In celebration of Women’s Equality Day, we spoke with Kristen Yee Loong, Energy and Sustainability Specialist in our Toronto office, about her experiences as a woman working in Building Science and the most significant moments driving women’s equality today. What inspired you to start a career in Building Science? Kristen Yee Loong: From a young […]

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Posted on November 10, 2016

New Construction

“So, what’s next?” This question has been posed to me not once, but twice over the last few weeks—both times by clients. It’s the type of question that can make you freeze up as you rack your brain and hope that you can answer with something profound and interesting. It isn’t an easy question to […]

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Posted on September 1, 2017

Research + Education

Net-zero is typically defined as a building that produces as much energy as it consumes on an annual basis. However, this definition can vary by project and is subject to more questions: Is renewable energy production on-site or off-site? How does it consider efficiency versus renewables? Does net-zero hinge on the building’s size, location, and […]

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Posted on August 25, 2017

RDH News

In celebration of Women’s Equality Day, we spoke with Kristen Yee Loong, Energy and Sustainability Specialist in our Toronto office, about her experiences as a woman working in Building Science and the most significant moments driving women’s equality today. What inspired you to start a career in Building Science? Kristen Yee Loong: From a young […]

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Posted on November 10, 2016

New Construction

“So, what’s next?” This question has been posed to me not once, but twice over the last few weeks—both times by clients. It’s the type of question that can make you freeze up as you rack your brain and hope that you can answer with something profound and interesting. It isn’t an easy question to […]

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