LWPAC wins Better Buildings BC Net Zero Energy Ready Competition
LWPAC is a winner of the Better Buildings BC Net Zero Energy Ready Competition with Corvette Landing, a 12 Storey Mass-timber prefabricated Passive House Housing project in Esquimalt BC.
Selina Robinson, BC Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing –
“Not only are these buildings meeting and exceeding our environmental targets, but many are creating much-needed housing for people throughout the province. We’re also seeing a number of developers using mass timber construction in order to achieve net-zero energy performance, which is why we are also making changes to the B.C. Building Code to encourage more mass timber buildings in B.C.”
George Heyman, BC Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy –
“Our government is committed to making the buildings people live and work in more comfortable, more affordable and less polluting. The Net-Zero Energy-Ready Challenge is helping drive world-leading innovation and inspiration in the building and design industry that will help us make every new building built in B.C. net-zero energy-ready by 2032 and support good jobs for today and tomorrow.”