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Hamilton, Ontario, welcomed the completion of the Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation at Mohawk College’s Fennel Campus, being advertised as “the largest net-zero energy institutional building in Canada.” So reports Inhabitant.

B+H Architects collaborated with mcCallumSather to bring the solar-powered building to life. The building is expected to eventually house the Centre for Climate Change Management. The building spans 96,000 square feet and costs $54 million to construct.

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